Jungle Night Walk
let’s meet strange creatures of darkness At first you will be a little nervous about the night walk through the jungle, taking invisible steps in the dark path, moving and walking with the help of your flashlight, suddenly your eyes will open more and a new world will be opened for you, while the animals sleep others wake up to start their activities, making the Amazonia and nocturnal activity of them, these strange creatures of the night are giant insects, spiders, frogs, scorpions snakes are being ready to be observed by humans.
Our night walk in the jungle gives you the unique opportunity to feel and see the night wonders of the Amazon jungle, in the deep darkness of the forest, listening to hundreds of insect sounds and with the help of good lanterns, and our guide suddenly we will be surrounded by strange nocturnal creatures that hide from some diurnal predators. This leads us to walk at night to find some creatures like frog’s arboricolas, many types of insects, types of spiders, tarantulas’ reptiles nocturnal monkeys, armadillos, nocturnal moth.
Why you’ll Love the Jungle Night Walk
You will spend a fascinating, incredible and mysterious moment because you will never know what kind of strange creature you will find on the night walk. Apart from seeing the other side the Amazon, when the sun hides the jungle becomes totally different, full of mysteries with the strangest life forms of the earth, if you only saw the jungle during the day. You have seen the half of its wonder paradise, that why we invite you to walk at night.
Jungle Night Walk Details
- Recommended for: Night
- Duration: 1 hour
- Difficulty Level: I
- Available at: Palotoa amazon lodge
- Altitude: low forest 350 m.s.n.m.
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Frequently asked questions
What temperatures are there in the Manu?
The first night at Rainforest Lodge (600 m.a s.l.) at temperature is around 27 ° C. In the low forest of the Manu the temperature at night is normally around 27 ° C, and during the day about 35 ° C, as always cold winds from Patagonia could reach the Manu area, and the temperature could drop around of 10 ° C. These “Friajes” are very common in the southeast of the hemisphere, the wind season (between April until the end of August)
Are there many walks?
There are not many walks in the sense of going far. All walks are done slowly. This is because most of you will find vegetation in the forest and be available to see the animals; giving enough time to see the surroundings and also hear it.
Do they provide water to drink during the tours? Is it purified water?
We request that hikers bring their own water the first day, since the containers with water will be accessible at dinner time. The rest of the trip, we will provide bottled and purified mineral water that we bring from Cusco.
Should I take prophylaxis against Malaria?
The risk of contracting malaria is low in the area we visit. However, the area is close to a gold mining area, the miners can travel in the same river that we travel, there is the possibility of mosquito bites that do not yet have malaria, can be infected by mincing the miner with malaria and then sting you and then infect Malaria. This possibility is very rare and until now there are no tourists that travel to Manu that has malaria.
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