Amazon Guide Brazil

Fronteering  »  Amazon Guide Brazil

Amazon Guide Brazil

from £1,765
Duration: 4 weeks
Countries: Brazil
Travel to Brazil and into the heart of the world’s largest jungle. Learn Portuguese, teach English, teach about sustaining the Amazon and assist as a guide in exiting overnight survival trips!
Summary

Amazon Guide Brazil

The Amazon jungle, one the last great wildernesses left in this world is getting cut down day by day at an alarming rate! By giving the jungle a value through sustainable eco-tourism and education more land can be protected to preserve this beautiful and amazing place! How can you help? By joining this project and educating tourist and locals about the importance of the Amazon Jungle! How will you do this? Through volunteering at an eco-tourism organization who educates through overnight survival trips in the Amazing Amazon Jungle! Are you up to the adventure then sign up now for this amazing volunteer abroad project!

This is why:

-Educate tourist and locals about the importance to sustain the Amazon Jungle!
-Teach English to the guides.
-Learn Portuguese and learn how to survive in the Amazon Jungle.
-Assist as a guide on jungle survival trips.
-Sleep overnight in hammocks in the Jungle under the light of a thousand stars

With this volunteer project you get the opportunity to get involved with a local small eco-tourism organization whose home base is located in Manaus a city which with its 1.7 Million inhabitants is an island in the immense Amazon Jungle. The organization is run by current and former members of the military Jungle rescue division led by a Lieutenant and his familiy who will be your host during your stay In the Amazon.
Projects you will mainly be involved in:

-Learn how to survive in the Amazon jungle
-Assist with 2 days and overnight jungle survival trips
-Train with local military survival experts
-Teach English
-Learn Portuguese
-Educate locals and tourist about the importance to sustain the environment
-And many other projects!

Organizations like these give the jungle a long term sustainable financial value to the country opposed to the short term gain of logging this precious ecosystem.


Interested in this; ready to enquire?

Find out more by filling out the form below and clicking send. Fronteering should then be in touch shortly to help with your enquiry.

Details

Further Details

More information about this gap year opportunity...

Price details:

from £1,765

Several touris included

You will go on the following tours: Manaus City tour, Visit to Monkey Island Sanctuary, Visit a Amerindian village, Fish for Piranhas and Visit the meeting of the waters

Portugese tutoring

Your host family will teach you Portuguese through private tutoring on your days off and on your convenience.

incountry transfers

All tranfers related to your volunteer internship included after you arrive in Manaus

About Fronteering

FRONTEERING aims to arrange volunteer abroad and adventure travel experiences in places less visited and unspoiled. FRONTEERING’s projects help with true good causes in some of the last frontiers. Places where the need is greater, where there is more to lose and much more to gain. Join one of FRONTEERINGS Volunteer Abroad projects and visit these last frontiers while they are yet unspoiled and hopefully through our combined efforts we can keep it that way!

Imagine the sounds of night fading away while in the distance the horizon starts to brighten. You wake up listening to a serenade of thousands of tropical birds and an awakening jungle. Parrots fly overhead with their loud squawks, howler monkeys greet the sun with loud voices while you relax a few more minutes in your jungle hammock! Staring through the jungle canopy you see the blue sky lightening up between the trees.
It is this experience common in some of our volunteer projects and adventure travel trips in Central & South America that got me involved in setting up volunteer projects and adventure travel trips to help with long term sustainability of our last wildernesses and to protect it’s wildlife and the way of life of indigenous communities.

View all products from Fronteering

Photos

Photo Gallery

Image 15 of 15 images
Email Enquiry

Interested in this; ready to enquire?

Find out more by filling out the form below and clicking send. Fronteering should then be in touch shortly to help with your enquiry.

Related Experiences