What do you need?
- Comfortable or thin clothes which dry easily
- Short and long pants
- Long sleeve or short sleeve shirts
- Water resistant clothes or ponchos
- Sneakers and sandals
- Hat, sun glasses and sun block
- Insect repellent (DEET)
- Flashlight with extra batteries
- Camera & Video
Changes in the Itinerary are possible depending the weather or political conditions. We just mention it but it rarely happens. If this happens the guide can always adapt the schedule for any reason to secure the safety of the tourists. In this case it can be replaced by other activities. We will always do our best to bring satisfaction to our guests.
Vaccinations against malaria, yellow fever and dengue fever are strongly recommended. An insect repellent should be purchased before you reach the jungle.
The Amazon region has a hot and humid climate with frequently rain showers.
The temperature changes between 19 – 30 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
Tips are not obliged but can be given generously by the guests.
Note: In this area is not necessary to have vaccines against malaria or yellow fever.
Best time to visit the Ecuadorian Amazon
The Amazon in Ecuador is hot, humid and wet all year. It is particularly wet in from April through September. The rains have a cooling, cleansing and refreshing effect on the otherwise heavy air so any time of year can be a great time to go. The season of October to March is usually drier but random cloudbursts can occur at any time. Temperatures average 26°C to highs of 35°C and above occasionally.
The best time to visit the Amazon region is in June, July and August when animal life thrives in the jungle. However you can generally expect to have hot and rainy weather regardless of when you are going.