FAQ

Here you'll find some useful orientations concerning the trips, what to bring, what is included and what is not. At anytime you can ask your question by writing us an email or filling the contact form.

Besides the clothes, logical objects, medicines and personal hygiene that everyone needs on each trip, it is good to think about carrying the following:

*Long trousers
*Thin long sleeve shirt
*Thin wool jersey or jacket
*Trekking boots or sneakers
*Sandal-type shoes that can be wet, for exclusive use on the boat
*Socks
*Flashlight and batteries
*Binoculars
*Insect repellent (although in this type of rivers - black, and acid waters - the presence of mosquitoes is usually rare)
*Hat
*Sunscreen factor 30/60
*Moisturizer
*Water canteen
*Cookies or energy bars
*Efficient raincoat to move your hands
*Photo / video camera charger
*For mobile phones we recommend 12V car chargers
*Waterproof bag to protect camera and other objects

Vaccines
Yellow fever vaccine (lately not required, consult your nearest vaccination center).
Preventive against Malaria (although in the Rio Negro the presence of mosquitoes and this disease is very low).
We recommend to visit a center of attention to the traveler and international vaccination with a minimum of 30 days before starting the trip so that they can be oriented.
Remember to bring the specific personal medications that are usually taken.

Travel Insurance
It is up to you to take out travel, medical, accident, rescue, repatriation, etc. insurance policies.
The boat has compulsory insurance that covers, as required by law, possible accidents exclusively during navigation by boat, is not included insurance on the rest of activities and rides outside.
With the exception of compulsory insurance of some extra activities like climbing in trees and flight in seaplane that each company providing these services is responsible for keeping up to date.

+ All meals
+ Water, tea and coffee
+ Accommodation in double or bunk cabins
+ Excursions as described in the itinerary
+ Bilingual naturalist guide
+ Use of kayaks

- Optional Activities on Anavilhanas Itineraries such as:
- Swimming with wild pink dolphis ~ $20 pp
- Overnight jungle camp ~ $60 pp
- Nocturnal jungle walk ~ $20 pp
- Electric kayak ~ $ 25 pp
- Tree climbing ~ $220 pp
- Optional floatplane flight 30 min. ~ $250 pp (up to 4 people)
- Transfers
- International or domestic airfares
- Airport taxes
- Cost of medical emergencies including evacuation
- Gratuities
- Souvenirs o r additional services
- Travel insurance
- Cost of relevant visas
- Anything else not listed as included

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