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What to pack for the Cuyabeno Amazon Tour?

Embarking on a Cuyabeno Amazon Tour is an adventure of a lifetime, immersing yourself in the rich biodiversity and untouched nature of the jungle. However, packing for such a journey can be a bit daunting, as life in the jungle requires a different approach to clothing and essentials. Here, we will guide you through the must-have items to pack for your Cuyabeno Amazon Tour. From comfortable and lightweight clothes to essential accessories like insect repellent and binoculars, we've got you covered to ensure your experience in the jungle is both enjoyable and hassle-free. So let's dive into the essentials and get ready for an unforgettable journey into the heart of the Amazon.
Light, quick-drying clothing: shorts, t-shirts, technical clothing, underwear, two pairs of socks
Outerwear: waterproof jacket, long pants.
Comfortable, waterproof footwear: hiking boots or sports shoes with good traction, sandals
Cap or hat and sunglasses.
Insect repellent and sunscreen.
Binoculars and camera to capture nature and wildlife.
Backpack or small bag to carry your belongings during daily excursions.
Medications and basic first aid kit.
Flashlight with extra batteries.
Reusable water bottle and snacks for moments of rest.
Cash in small denominations for additional purchases or tips.
Identity documents and emergency copies.
Chargers for personal devices.
Memory cards for your camera.
If you plan to take a swim or sunbathe during the tours, don't forget to pack your swimsuit.
Biosafety kit such as antibacterial gel or alcohol, masks


May be subject to changes due to weather conditions or National Park Directives. The guide may deviate from the published itinerary for any reason he / she deems advisable. 


Tipping to the staff is at the discretion of our guests. Tips for the guide are usually given in person.

How is the climate of Cuyabeno?

In the Amazon region the climate is hot and humid with frequent rain showers. The drier months are from October to March. The temperature ranges from 19°C to 36°C throughout the year. Jamu Lodge is at 250 m above sea level. 


Immunizations are presently not required to visit this area of the Amazon jungle - it is advisable however to consult your doctor or physician before your trip. We recommend precautions against malaria and yellow fever. Strong insect repellent should be acquired before your arrival in the jungle.
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