I’m wondering if camping in the Amazon forest and staying a night there is worth it. I’m also looking for ways to visit and spend the night in the Amazon forest. We are a group of ten people and are super eager to see at least what spending a night at the Amazon Forest looks like.
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The Amazon Forest is huge. It is the largest globally and is spread over more than 6 million square kilometres. It’s great if you and your friends have got a thing for reconnecting with nature. It is also pretty daring to stay the night at the Amazon Jungle.
The animals at night make their appearance in the jungle, and the trees are swayed away by the wind.
If you are not sure where and how to spend a night in the Amazon Forest, we have got a list of safe places for you.
Set a camp in the Amazon night
Although the Amazon Jungle isn’t safe to be out at night, if you are with a large group of friends, it will be one unforgettable experience. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience to set up a tent in a safe location and hang hammocks with mosquito nets from the trees. Furthermore, you may fish your meal and cook it over a bonfire on the beach while watching the sunset over the forest.
Sleeping inside huts in the Amazon
Throughout the Amazonian forest, there are many lodges and huts to provide safe accommodation to visitors. These are huts with facilities incorporated into the environment while respecting the natural habitat of the animals who live there to reduce environmental effects.
- Juma Lodge
- Amazonat Jungle Resort
- Anavilhanas Lodge
- Amazon Tupana Lodge
- Amazon Village Eco-Lodge
- Amazon Lodge Amazonas
Spending the night in a treehouse in the Amazon Jungle
Staying in a treehouse at night, that too with some of your most favourite people, is an experience of its own. Amid the Amazon jungle, Treehouse Lodge is located in Yarapa River, Maynas. You may spend the night surrounded by greenery and nocturnal creatures floating above the treetops and beneath the starry sky.
Moreover, when you stay with your friends overnight in the treehouse, you will get to experience the natural beauty of the Amazon forest. From seeing the jungle from the heights to fantasizing about the wildlife there, you can do it all.