Join us on an expedition to the Amazon Rainforest. We are planning a new expedition to do more research and investigate opportunities in the region. The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical forest in the world. It's home to a diverse range of wildlife and being there is a great chance to explore one of Earth's most diverse ecosystems whilst also getting to know some of the amazing people who lives there.
The best thing about visiting these places is to experience life like the locals and to learn from the locals how to best preserve the environment. We're excited to share our work with you and there we will be possibilities to join us on one of our expeditions in the future. Subscribe to our newsletter or mail directly to firstname.lastname@example.org to keep you updated.
The general objective of our next expedition is to see some of the main Amazonian natural and cultural environments along the Rio Solimões and Negro basins. Over night in boutique hotels, junglecamp, research base, regional boat, jungle lodge and floatinglodge.
Having an authentic and diverse experience, accessing the diversity and richness of Amazonian ecosystems and cultures through the perspectives of science and traditional knowledge
Exploring the nature, cultures and conservation issues in the Amazon
Looking at the opportunities and limits for the development of community-based tourism in the region
Practicing and improving the nature photography skills of the group
Creating a video about the area and the process of our work that will be published on our website and Youtube channel
Having a lot of fun :-)
Highlights of the expedition
Cuieiras Research Reserve
Research base:Forest Museum Project
Riverine communities of Rio Cuieiras
Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve
Pioneer reserve in the concept of combining conservation and income generation initiatives for traditional populations
Endemic species: White Uakari Monekey
Floating lodge managed by riverine communities
Large populations of water birds, arapaima and black caiman during the dry season
Tapiira community conservation initiative: turtles and birds nesting area
Arapaima traditional fishing
Caves and water falls
Amazon Central Corridor
Largest tropical forest protoected cooridor on the planet
Private flight over Rio Negro State Park, Anavilhanas National park, Jau National Park, Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve and Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve