This Jungle Survival Tour is for those who would like to experience the true indigenous Amazon lifestyle as well as build up and hone their individual jungle survival skills and techniques.
As a 24/7 personal guide, I will navigate with a group of maximum 5 people, (which includes a Portuguese-speaking boat driver) into the deep Amazon forest to explore the Brazilian wildlife.
We will access the jungle from an entry point at the Mamori Lake and navigate during 3 to 4 days to another exit opportunity point in Ramal 14 out of the forest.
The main challenge of this tour is, that once we have found an ideal spot to set up our camp in the forest and built a shelter out of palm leaves and sticks for the overnight stays, we will have to search for our daily meals on each day (breakfast, lunch and dinner)! This will be primarily done by setting out traps, fishing nets and searching for edible plants in the afternoons.
I will also personally show and teach you a range of possible tricks and techniques to survive in the jungle (both on land and in the river) during the whole jungle survival tour.
The range of possible activities included are:
Imitating Animal Sounds
Long Hours of Jungle Hiking
Collecting Amazon Fruits to Eat & Finding Useful Plants for Medicinal & Other Purposes
Building a Camp with Palm Leaves and Sticks & Sleeping in the Jungle
Learning How to Paddle a Small Canoe Across the Lake
Watching Out for Snakes and Other Wild Reptiles on the Paths & in the Trees
Please note that you will always have to make use of all your five senses in order to remain alert and aware to the dangers which surround us in the jungle!
Especially at night when we can only use a simple flashlight to navigate through the jungle... !
USD 150 per person per day,
maximum 4 people
As this tour is a personal one-to-one survival training by me in which I carry all responsibility for your personal health and well-being throughout the trip, the price per day is set out at USD 150 a person.
I will also secure all transportation, accommodation in hammocks as well as medical assistance and alternative meal opportunities for you in emergency situations.
If you are interested in this tour but still have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will be very happy to give you personal advice!
Making a Fire with Stones and/ or Special Wood & Preparing Fish to Roast