Study spiders and hike the jungle on Amazon River tour in Peru

Enjoy a bird’s-eye-view of the Amazon rainforest from a canopy walkway.
(Axel Fassio / International Expeditions)

Travel the Amazon River, explore the forest floor and spend time with scientists in the Peruvian jungle on a 10-day workshop that focuses on conservation and wildlife.

International Expeditions has organized a trip that gives participants an opportunity to join experts for hands-on investigations and science research projects.

Highlights include hiking jungle trails and nighttime boat excursions, studying insects and spiders, and visiting a shaman for insight into local communities’ traditions and culture.

Expeditions begin and end in Lima, Peru. 


Dates: June 24-July 3

Price: From $3,299 per person, double occupancy. Includes accommodations, meals, excursions, expedition leader, guides and subject-matter experts and transportation. International and in-country airfare not included. 

Info: International Expeditions, (800) 633-4734


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