South America’s Amazon rainforest tours offer unique wildlife that will change your view of the natural world.
The Amazon rainforest is the world’s most famous and iconic wildlife habitat, and home to the longest river on earth.
Its biodiversity is unrivalled and just being in the mighty jungle is a sensory explosion in itself, with new sights, sounds and smells.
We offer a wide range of comfortable community eco-lodge trips, working with local people to open up the Amazon to visitors while helping to conserve its long-term future.
For the adventure-seeking, we have camping trips that take you deep into the heart of the forest.
Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Guyana all have a variety of options to suit all tastes, budgets and time available, for botanists to families, to birdwatchers and mycologists.
Enjoy silent canoe rides through verdant streams, surrounded by a panoply of bird songs and the sounds of a forgotten time during your adventure holiday.
Hike through the forest while monkeys leap overhead, tapirs wander nearby and hummingbirds flit through the air.
Look for the elusive jaguar, spot caiman at night and search for families of Giant River otters.
Your local, native guides will bring the forest alive to you, explaining how locals use the various plants and trees to co-exist and survive in this lush environment.
The Amazon offers something for everyone, from families to nature lovers to botanical experts.
Visit the rainforest – this is an ideal extension to any South America holiday.
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $659 / £531 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to January 2020
Capacity: 30 people
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Dates: From January 2019 to January 2024
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Hostel Abuelo in La Paz was a good location, was a bit loud some nights or early mornings when people were arriving/leaving, but was good for the most part.
The ice climbing in Bolivia was one of the craziest thing we've ever done, we're still looking back at it and can't believe we did it. Osvaldo was excellent, very friendly and safety conscious. The equipment was great and so was the cook Maria! Again it was only myself and Neil (super lucky eh!) so it was like a private tour. I found the last day of the climb very very hard, but absolutely delighted I did.
Chalalan lodge was also very good, rooms were always clean and very comfortable. Food again was great. We thought we would see more animals than we did, but that's probably because we watched too many Amazon programmes before we left! It still was a great experience.
So that's it! Thanks again for organising the trip, it really was unbelievable!
T. McGrath, UK, 2012
» Chalalan, Bolivia Amazon Eco-lodge
Thanks so much for organising a longer stay in the jungle with a trip to TRC as well as Refugio Amazonas. Both were great - but the time we spent at TRC, with fewer other tourists and lots more rare wildlife, was really outstanding, not least thanks to our guide Jhin. Both of us - but particularly Clare, I know - loved the working/research nature of the place and the more in-depth contact with the wildlife.
Steven, UK, 2010
» Tambopata Research Centre
Kat was lucky enough to spot a Jaguar in Guyana - have you seen one on your travels?
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Larry and Gillian are coming to the end of their month of travelling with Andean Trails in Patagonia. We put together a tour designed to take them off-the-beaten-track – read the first instalment in their blog – covering Santiago and Aysen and remote border crossings. Once in Argentina, Gillian and Larry trekked to the base of Fitzroy and Cerro Torre, and took a day tour to Perito Moreno. They then set off for Torres del Paine on a self-guided trek. Their tour has ended with a few days in Ushuaia and a flight out from Buenos Aires. Check their progress below …
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