Sharing's caring! Share this awesome article with your friends, you know u wanna...
Share on Facebook
Facebook
0Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin
Pin on Pinterest
Pinterest
0Share on StumbleUpon
StumbleUpon
0

How To Survive In The Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon. It has a reputation for being a strange, exotic, and dangerous destination. A place only experienced adventurers go. Certainly, it’s not a place you want to go on your own – heat, humidity, piranhas, poisonous frogs… It’s a place where making it out alive can require specific skills and most people are advised to hire a guide or go with a reputable tour group, such as a package from American Express travel. Visiting the jungle, however, can come with experiences you will never forget.

amazon rainforest

If you do end up alone in the rain forest? The first rule is not to panic. Panic isn’t just not productive, it’s counter-productive, causing fatigue and increasing your need for food and water. Potable water is your most important resource – if you’re looking for water in the jungle follow the insects. Flies seldom stray more than three hundred feet from open water. Boil, filter (fine cloth makes a good filter), or purify water before drinking it.

When in the jungle, keep your skin covered. Your amex travel guide will tell you to wear long sleeves and keep them rolled down and wear pants, not shorts. Although it’s hot, long sleeves and pants are actually cooler in extreme heat and your clothing will protect you from insects and thorny vegetation. You should also take waterproof shoes or boots, to keep your feet and socks dry. This will stop you from getting nasty infections, especially fungi.

You can find food in the rain forest easily enough. Look for citrus fruits, coconuts, or nuts such as cashews or peanuts. Various species of squash and cucumber are also plentiful. Obviously, don’t eat anything you don’t know. Also, don’t hoard fruit – it will only spoil. Pick it and then eat it fresh.

If you do get lost, head downhill. Downhill will, sooner or later, lead you to water and water will lead you to civilization…or at least to somebody who knows the way back.

Of course, the ideal is for your amazon rainforest experiences not to involve emergencies – such as plane crashes – which might lead you to have to try and survive on your own. American express travel can and will help you find the right tour group and the right guide to enjoy this beautiful landscape in safety. On top of that, with Amex travel, you can pay with points and earn membership rewards and even discounts on your Amazon adventure.

Remember, never travel without travel insurance! And never overpay for travel insurance!

I use SafetyWing at $9 a week, and it's amazing. Also, it has great digital nomad insurance for people who are constantly travelling too! You can read my review here, and you can sign-up here

Also, if you want to start a blog...I CAN HELP YOU!

Also, if you want to start a blog, and start to change your life, I'd love to help you! Email me on johnny@onestep4ward.com. In the meantime, check out my super easy blog post on how to start a travel blog in under 30 minutes, here! And if you just want to get cracking, use BlueHost at a discount, through me.

Also, (if you're like me, and awful with tech-stuff) email me and my team can get a blog up and running for you, designed and everything, for $300 - email johnny@onestep4ward.com to get started.

How about $55 free AirBnB credit?

Oh, one last thing! If you've never used AirBnB before, here's a $50 voucher for you! Enjoy!

sep-icons
teach-blog

So if you’re ready to…..

1) Change your life
2) Travel the world
3) Get paid to travel
4) Create a positive influence on others
5) Be free of offices and ‘real world’ rubbish

Then Sign Up Below and Let’s Get Started!

login-logo

Got a question? Wanna comment? I'd love to hear from you

0 thoughts on “Learn to Survive in the Amazon Rainforest

  1. This is really interesting, You’re a very skilled blogger.
    I’ve joined your rss feed and look forward to seeking more of your wonderful post.
    Also, I have shared your website in my social networks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow me on Instagram @onestep4ward