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Bring your water bottle!

21 Oct

Do not forget to bring your water bottle! A responsible traveler will always travel with their re-useable/re-recyclable bottle. I personally use a stainless steel Arklite Waterbottle. It doesnt breakdown or in pieces! If needed, I could boil a cup of soup or sterilize thinks with the hot water. I do not recommend cheap plastic bottles, […]

A couple new rave reviews for Otorongo Expeditions

22 May

“Great Amazon Jungle Experience” 5 of 5 starsReviewed 2 weeks ago My friends and I had a great time at Otorongo Lodge. Our guides, Osmar and Mikey made sure we had many trips on the amazon. We even stopped at a rum distillery and bought gifts at a village on the Amazon. We trekked in […]

Essential for trekking or camping in the Amazon Rainforest

11 Nov

Just a quick post here to urge anyone who is travelling to remote locations where purified water is scarce , here is a top recommendation from Otorongo Expeditions owner and head guide Anthony Giardenelli Lifestraw everyone! Boiled water can be hard to get on the move and we do not carry five gallon jugs of […]

What to expect on your jungle trip

14 Jan

There is a big difference in what we want to hear and what we actually get . When choosing a tour operator in the Amazon, many people don’t do their research and pick the loudest most sensational sales pitch around. So what is the first thing potential guests are promised? That’s right, the most sensational. […]

Tips to see more wildlife while in the Amazon

14 Jan

To optimize your chances here are some general rules for serious wildlife watchers Go more than three days, don’t try to squeeze the trip of a lifetime in less than a work week. Pick a place that is far from major cities. Take binoculars. The animals are there and need to be found. Sometimes they […]