Green Amazon Tours Peru, is concerned about giving you the best possible service, and we recommend you please take your time and read the most common questions that our travelers usually have:


The weather is generally rainy and rainfall varies with altitude. In the dry season, from May to September, the rain decreases and the temperature drops. The temperature is variable, in the Amazon area is hot with an average temperature of 26.5 ° C, and in the Andean region is cold with an average annual temperature of 8 ° to 10 °

The groups are generally from 6 to 8 people, maximum 9. If there are more than 10 passengers 02 guides go in the group, and if there are more than 14 passengers, the group is divided into 02 groups, each one in different cars and boats with their respective work team.

s are shaped like a canoe adapted for rivers of a size of about 15 to 20 meters long, powered by a motor, and equipped with seats and a roof to protect from the sun and rain.

The food is prepared based on local products; generally our breakfasts are: pancakes, omelets, scrambled eggs or omelettes accompanied with hot drinks or fruit juices. And at lunch and dinner we have soups as starters and meals made with meat, vegetables, beans, potatoes and some products from the jungle as main dishes. On some days we tried typical food from the jungle. But No (monkeys, snakes or spiders).

Yes, but for the first day you must bring water. We provide you with purified water throughout the trip from the afternoon of the first day,

The clay licks are a place where wild animals come to eat clay with a high content of mineral salts, and these places are very active in sunny weather, even in cloudy weather, but nothing is 100% guaranteed because many factors influence, such as the full Moon, a lot of rain or when a some felines like the Jaguar is nearby.

The walks during the day are slow in order to find animals and hear them and vary from 1 hour to 5 hours depending on the visitor’s expectations and the night walks are carried out quite slowly looking for insects, frogs, snakes and other nocturnal animals.

In the past malaria was a problem but today it is very rare to contract malaria in the places we visit, but it is recommended that you consult your doctor before traveling to the jungle.

Yes vaccination against yellow fever is necessary and recommended to visit Peru especially the jungle area.

Yes it is necessary, a briefing at your hotel or office to give you more details about your trip. One day before your trip, if you do not have time for this meeting, let us know.

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