Custom Amazon Vacation Package and Tour – Uacari Jungle Lodge (7 Nights)

Discover Amazon with this 7 Nights Amazon Travel Package with Private Tours and Transfers.

This Research Station is the Best Amazon Jungle Lodge for Wildlife Viewing

Experience the Amazon Rain Forest with this 7 Nights Personalized Amazon Travel Package with Private Tours and Transfers.

Enjoy a complete Jungle Experience in the heart of the legendary Amazon Rain Forest, one of the planet’s enigmas, with this Uacari Jungle Lodge seven night package. Located in the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve, the floating lodge boasts a Research Center that you will have the chance to visit.

This once in a lifetime experience will take place among the Mamirauá Institute and the communities from the Mamirauá Reserve, who set up a Rain Forest Conservation program in the deep Amazon Jungle that they aim to share with the lodge’s guests.

You will be taken in charge by a fully qualified naturalist guide who will accompany you all along your stay. As a local, he knows the Jungle inside out and will spot the wildest fauna and flora for your pleasure.

We recommend a minimum of 7 nights for this package.

Custom Amazon Travel Packages Itineraries

This is a Sample Vacation Package that we have created for customers in the past.

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Day 1 – Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge
At the Manaus airport you will be met by a representative of the Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge and taken to the lodge by vehicle (journey is approximately 3:15 hours). After checking in at the lodge you will have dinner and be taken on a jungle night trek to see giant spiders and fluorescent fungus.

Day 2 – Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge
After breakfast you will appreciate a jungle trek with emphasis on eco system by showing diversity of trees and plants. After lunch departure to one of survival camps where night will be spend and from where nocturnal trek is organized.

Day 3 – Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge
Early morning departure for Amazon River trip where a canoe is boarded and will visit the highlights this region has to offer. Giant waterlilies, dolphin spotting for the grey and pink dolphins, birdwatching, fishing on piranha and catfish completed with alligator spotting in the early evening.

Day 4 – Uakari Jungle Lodge
After checking out of the Anavilhanas Lodge you will be driven to the Manaus airport early in the morning to catch a flight to Tefe. At the airport in Tefe you will be met by one of the representatives from the Uakari Lodge and taken to the dock area and then in a speed boat to the Lodge. The boat journey lasts about one and a half hours. You will arrive at the Lodge just before lunch and will be given an orientation by the Uakari Lodge manager. After lunch at the Lodge you will have some time to relax and settle in before going on a tour in the afternoon. The tour will be either a walking trail to see wildlife in the flooded forest, or a canoe trip through the small tributaries to see wildlife along the banks of the rivers.

Day 5 – Uakari Jungle Lodge
You need to wake up early at around 6.30am to have breakfast at 7am. Your morning tour will set off at roughly 7.30am. This is the best time to see animals and also the temperature is cooler and therefore more amenable to do jungle tours. You will come back for lunch and then have a couple of hours after lunch to rest and prepare for the afternoon tour. There is a book and video library which you may use at liberty. The afternoon tour departs at roughly 3pm and returns at about 6pm. Supper is served in the main dining room and occasionally the researchers from the Mamiraua Institute will join. One of the evenings during your stay at the Lodge you will be shown a presentation of the flooded forest after dinner.

During these 3 days the tours will be a variety of the following:Lake Mamiraua Trip – by motorized canoe to a beautiful lake inside the Reserve, where you will have an opportunity to see a plethora of birds, monkeys, pink dolphins, black caiman and perhaps the pirarucu fish. You will stay at the Lake until sunset and on your way back you will spot nocturnal fauna. During this night spotting you will be able to see various sized Caymans and if you are lucky small fish attracted by the lights will jump into the boat by the hundreds.
Daily walks along one of the jungle trails in the company of experienced guides, to see capuchin monkeys, howlers, uakaris, squirrel monkeys, three toed sloths and hoatzin birds among many other species.
Traditional native Indian harpoon fishing where, depending on how dedicated you are, you can expect to catch a variety of fish.

Trip to visit a local riverine Caboclo” village in order to interact and get to know the Amazonian population and way of life.

Paddling trips in dugout canoes where you will see a rich variety of birdlife and fauna.

Day 6 – Uakari Jungle Lodge
You need to wake up early at around 6.30am to have breakfast at 7am. Your morning tour will set off at roughly 7.30am. This is the best time to see animals and also the temperature is cooler and therefore more amenable to do jungle tours. You will come back for lunch and then have a couple of hours after lunch to rest and prepare for the afternoon tour. There is a book and video library which you may use at liberty. The afternoon tour departs at roughly 3pm and returns at about 6pm. Supper is served in the main dining room and occasionally the researchers from the Mamiraua Institute will join. One of the evenings during your stay at the Lodge you will be shown a presentation of the flooded forest after dinner.

During these 3 days the tours will be a variety of the following:Lake Mamiraua Trip – by motorized canoe to a beautiful lake inside the Reserve, where you will have an opportunity to see a plethora of birds, monkeys, pink dolphins, black caiman and perhaps the pirarucu fish. You will stay at the Lake until sunset and on your way back you will spot nocturnal fauna. During this night spotting you will be able to see various sized Caymans and if you are lucky small fish attracted by the lights will jump into the boat by the hundreds.
Daily walks along one of the jungle trails in the company of experienced guides, to see capuchin monkeys, howlers, uakaris, squirrel monkeys, three toed sloths and hoatzin birds among many other species.
Traditional native Indian harpoon fishing where, depending on how dedicated you are, you can expect to catch a variety of fish.

Trip to visit a local riverine Caboclo” village in order to interact and get to know the Amazonian population and way of life.

Paddling trips in dugout canoes where you will see a rich variety of birdlife and fauna.

Day 7 – Uakari Jungle Lodge
You need to wake up early at around 6.30am to have breakfast at 7am. Your morning tour will set off at roughly 7.30am. This is the best time to see animals and also the temperature is cooler and therefore more amenable to do jungle tours. You will come back for lunch and then have a couple of hours after lunch to rest and prepare for the afternoon tour. There is a book and video library which you may use at liberty. The afternoon tour departs at roughly 3pm and returns at about 6pm. Supper is served in the main dining room and occasionally the researchers from the Mamiraua Institute will join. One of the evenings during your stay at the Lodge you will be shown a presentation of the flooded forest after dinner.

During these 3 days the tours will be a variety of the following:Lake Mamiraua Trip – by motorized canoe to a beautiful lake inside the Reserve, where you will have an opportunity to see a plethora of birds, monkeys, pink dolphins, black caiman and perhaps the pirarucu fish. You will stay at the Lake until sunset and on your way back you will spot nocturnal fauna. During this night spotting you will be able to see various sized Caymans and if you are lucky small fish attracted by the lights will jump into the boat by the hundreds.
Daily walks along one of the jungle trails in the company of experienced guides, to see capuchin monkeys, howlers, uakaris, squirrel monkeys, three toed sloths and hoatzin birds among many other species.
Traditional native Indian harpoon fishing where, depending on how dedicated you are, you can expect to catch a variety of fish.

Trip to visit a local riverine Caboclo” village in order to interact and get to know the Amazonian population and way of life.

Paddling trips in dugout canoes where you will see a rich variety of birdlife and fauna.

Day 8 – Manaus
On the last day of your trip you will check out of the Uakari Lodge after breakfast and say goodbye to one of the most magical places in the world. One of the guides from Uakari will then take you by speed boat to Tefe where you will be driven to the airport to catch a plane to Manaus. We are certain that you will have enjoyed your trip and we look forward to seeing you again in Brazil.

Uakari Lodge:

3 Nights in the Uakari Jungle Lodge.
The Uakari Lodge is comprised of 5 floating cabins off a tributary of the Solimoes River . The Lodge was designed for minimum environmental impact and is located inside the Mamiraua Reserve, the largest existing block of protected Amazonian rainforest.

Manaus Hotel:

2 nights at the Manaus hotel of your choice,

  • Tropical Manaus Hotel Resort
  • Blue Tree Manaus

Jungle Lodge

Stay at the Uacari Jungle Lodge, a model of enhanced cooperation between scientists and native Amazon Indigenous.

  • Visits to a Local Native Community including a meeting with the shaman
  • Visit to an Amazon rain Forest biodiversity Research Center
  • Day and night hiking through the lodge’s complex Trail Network with a naturalist guide
  • Interpretative Hiking trail through the lodge’s complex Trail Network with a naturalist guide and a local specialist
  • Paddling in the Amazon River Lakes to spot animals and bird watching

Private Transfer
Transfers and tours in private vehicles with English-speaking guide. Due to nature of some tours the vehicles might not be air-conditioned.