O Ano Todo
This is a real amazon experience with confort.


Our proximity to the Equator (we are at latitude 03oS) ensures year-round warm weather, with an average annual temperature of 27oC (80oF). While the Amazon region is great to visit anytime of year, it is home to two distinct seasons:

FLOOD SEASON occurs from March to August, when the water level rises to 15 meters (49 ft). This

is the ideal moment to see the lush, flooded lands, known as igapó.

DRY SEASON occurs from September to February when the level of the rivers reaches its lowest

point, crowding the fish together and making them easier to catch for both animal predators and

fishermen. You are also more likely to spot caimans.

DAY 1 : Arrival in Manaus and Jungle Experience

Transfer in and departure with high speed boat to visit “botos”(pink river dolphins) and the amazon river. We will be visiting indigenous community too.  ***to be confirmed

Check-in hotel

DAY 2: Manaus to Juma Lodge (Jungle hotel) – AMAZON EXPERIENCE

All the activities are led by a English speaking guide.

07:30am – Departure from Manaus (with pick up either at airport or Manaus hotel). Heading to the lodge we will visit the Meeting of the Waters.

Stop to observe the magnificent Meeting of the Waters, where the muddy waters of the Solimões River meet the black waters of the Negro River. At this crucial junction point, the two rivers – with different speeds, temperatures and consistencies – run side by side for several kilometers without actually mixing, ultimately joining to form the great Amazon River. Passengers will feel the difference in temperature between the two distinct rivers.

11:00am – Arrival at Juma Amazon Lodge and greeting & reception with welcome drink.

12:00pm – Lunch.


03:00pm – Canoeing

Our canoeing tour provides an in depth / up close exploration of the igarapés (Amazonian creeks) and the igapós (flooded forest), an experience made possible only by paddle canoes. During the excursion, guests are encouraged to swim and may encounter some of the river’s most majestic creatures: pink dolphins.

07:00pm – Dinner.

08:00pm – Caiman Spotting (alligator)

We depart on an evening expedition to observe frogs, birds and most importantly, caimans. Our guide uses his flashlight to help spot caimans. With this light, we can see the caiman’s eyes, which reflects a bright red dot, as the animal remains paralyzed and clearly visible. The guide is then able to bring the caiman aboard for participants to see. Afterward, the caiman is returned to the river, unharmed.


05:00am – Sunrise in the Amazon

An unforgettable experience. Early in the morning we leave for a sunrise excursion where participants will observe the acute and mesmerizing change in the sky’s color and the sounds of the waking birds. Our guides are equipped with binoculars in order to complement this experience with ample bird watching.

07:00am – Breakfast.

08:30am – Jungle Hike

In this educational jungle walk, our expert guide will introduce you to the wildlife of the Amazon. He will show you plants and describe their uses, as many are edible or medicinal. The paths implemented in exploration walks are constantly changed to avoid damaging the forest with overuse.

12:00pm – Lunch.

03:00pm – Piranha Fishing

We will board a motorboat to fish and learn more about the infamous piranha as well as other Amazonian fishes. Fishing is easier in the dry season as the fish cannot hide in the flooded areas as they tend to do in the wet season. After fishing, we will stop to see water lilies. We will return to the lodge during sunset, which usually provides some of the most stunning views the Amazon has to offer.

07:00pm – Dinner.

08:00pm – Lecture

Enjoy the insight of one of our highly trained and skilled local guides as he gives an informal lecture on everyday life in the Amazon, local tales and legends, and the overall culture of the region.



07:00am – Breakfast.

09:00am – Jungle Hike with Picnic in the Jungle

After hiking, we will stop in a captivating area of the forest to eat lunch (regional cuisine baked over a fire) and subsequently rest in hammocks, as the natives do.

03:00pm – Visiting Local Inhabitants

An Amazonian native will share his knowledge regarding traditional medicinal plants and will demonstrate, among other things, how manioc flour, one of the region’s principal exports and drivers of the economy, is prepared.

07:00pm – Dinner.


07:00am – Breakfast.

08:30am – Visit a Sumaúma tree.

04:00pm – Tour around the lodge.

This tour allows guests to experience Juma, built completely upon stilts, from a unique perspective:

underneath. This fascinating approach provides insight regarding the construction of Juma and the role of

sustainability within the lodge.

08:00pm – Evening jungle hike.

We will embark upon a jungle night walk, the time of day in which animals make the most sounds and the

light of the forest is minimal, thus making the experience much more authentic and mysterious. The night

walk provides a wholly unique experience from any of the lodge’s day trips.


07:00am – Breakfast.

08:30am – Return to Manaus with a stop at the Pirarucu Floating Dock.

12:00pm – Arrive in Manaus: Manaus hotel.

Check-in Manaus hotel and departure to waterfall of Presidente Figueiredo OR Manaus city tour  *** to be confirmed

Day 7: Manaus/ São Luis 

12:00pm – Transfer out to airport Manaus

What’s included

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner – ONLY IN JUNGLE HOTEL – Manaus hotel only included breakfast
  • Tour as described in the itinerary.
  • Guide speaking Portuguese and English.
  • Transfer in and out (be aware of time of arrival)

What’s not included

  • Drinks and beverages.
  • Extra expenses (laundry services, bar, shops, etc)
  • Extra tours, not listed.

Blue Tree Premium Manaus.

Jungle Hotel Information:


Juma Amazon Lodge is located in a remote and untouched region 100 km (62 miles) southeast of Manaus. It can be reached in approximately three hours by vans and boats (during the trip we pass through the Meeting of the Waters and, on the way back, also by the Pirarucu Floating Dock). The trip can be made by hydroplane (30 minutes) upon request.


Juma features 19 intimate bungalows seamlessly nestled into the lush surroundings of the Amazon

Rainforest. In order to accommodate the water levels of the wet season (often rising up to 15 meters, or 49 feet), the property was built on stilts upon solid ground resting at treetop level. The lodge is entirely ecofriendly in design and construction. All materials used in its construction are native and found abundantly in the region, carefully extracted from the surrounding area. Both the construction and the architectural style of the lodge reflect the techniques employed by Amazon River natives when building their own homes. Juma Lodge is rustic yet beautiful, offering guests an optimized blend of authenticity and comfort. The lodge’s footprint is minimalist, yet elegant in concept. Six of our bungalows offer views of the surrounding forest, 12 are riverfront and one is panoramic. All bungalows have private bathrooms with hot water solar systems, porches with hammocks and ceiling fans ideal for the Amazonian night, which tends to be far cooler than Manaus.


Forest View Bungalows

Bungalows overlooking the forest are located between the lobby patio and the restaurant. Their location allows for easy access for the elderly or anyone with any locomotive difficulty. Because the forest bungalows are closer to one another, they make for an excellent choice for families with small children.


River View Bungalows

Located in a more secluded and exclusive area of the lodge, our river view bungalows are nestled into the canopy of the trees, reaching 15 meters (49 ft) above the ground during dry season. Ensuring the utmost level of privacy, the river view bungalows were designed to be fully integrated into the forest.

Panoramic Bungalow

The panoramic bungalow is our biggest bungalow! Located in the treetops, with 32 square meters (344 square feet) in size, it is equipped with a king-size bed and features a round panoramic balcony with two hammocks and a complete and stunning view of the Juma River.



The restaurant, specializing in both local and international cuisine, offers its guests an exceptional view of the Juma River. Served buffet style, the menu is constantly changing and offers a great variety of flavors.



Juma’s lobby is home to the lodge’s bar, where guests can entertain themselves with board and table games, books pertaining to the Amazon, painting materials and a professional telescope designed for moon and star observation.


Hammock House

The hammock house is widely used by guests to rest and reflect after meals or after a day of jungle




Juma features two decks: a floating one, ideal for swimming in the river and sunbathing, and another one built on stilts located directly in front of the lobby and showcasing excellent views of the river.


River Pool

Juma’s river pool was thought to be as authentic as possible, allowing full interaction with the river. Around it, it is possible to sunbathe and enjoy a small bar.



We opened a museum to offer our guests more content and information about the Amazon Rainforest: its fauna, flora, customs, legends, among others.


“Tipi” is an indigenous name for a hut. Although inside our property, it is located 10 minutes away from the hotel itself, serving as a base for tours, lunches and even overnight stays in the forest.



With an unmatched location in one of the most pristine and untouched areas of the Amazon Rainforest, Juma Amazon Lodge develops its activities in accordance with the principles of sustainability, implementing actions aimed to achieve ecological, sociocultural and economic sustainability. We believe that the least we can do is to help maintain and protect our greatest asset: the forest itself! The lodge has implemented various measures to minimize environmental hazards, such as:

  • Photovoltaic Solar Energy
  • Solar Water Heating
  • Sewage Treatment
  • Recycling and Waste Management Center
  • Staff from the Community
  • Educational Lectures
  • Act of Solidarity (donation of books, clothes and toys)
  • Participation in Charity Auctions
It is important to bring: bathing suits, two pairs of sneakers, hat, long-sleeved shirt, pants, repellent, sunscreen, raincoat, flashlight and binoculars.

Some places do not accept credit cards, brig cash.

Luggage: try not to bring more than 10 kg of luggage per person.

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