Rumble Inca Jungle



Peace and Conservation

Imagine a gathering of musicians from the west, joined by musicians from developing countries from around the world who play traditional instruments; different religions, languages, cultures, colour of skin and histories (differences that usually create wars), brought together on the Amazon and to help break the world record for the longest performance of 65 hours of non-stop and jamming with villages while we sail down the Amazon River. 

Music is the only positive international language and a great healer of all differences and the only real vessel for peace. “If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.” – Jimi Hendrix 

Come and join us on this once in a lifetime trip of 7 days sailing down the Amazon for a cultural exchange never seen before. If you care about the Amazon, want to make a direct difference and create some history then this is the trip for you. 

We are looking for 100 audience members and 20 musicians, tickets will sell quick. For more information contact us 

The gig will be streamed live around the world and a documentary team is in place to film the event.

If you’d like to sponsor the event, be a fundraiser or join the team please get in touch contact us

8 Day tour starting from Peru through to the Amazon
$4,860 US
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Day 1 October 1st
Iquitos, Peru

Our journey begins with your flight arrival into Iquitos, Peru, the capital city of Peru’s Maynas Province and Loreto Region located on the left bank of the upper Amazon River, 3,600 kilometers (2,200 miles) from the Atlantic Ocean.

The largest metropolis in the Peruvian Amazon, east of the Andes, it is the ninth most populous city of Peru with +400,00 people.

Iquitos is the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road – it is accessible only by river and air, often dubbed the “Amazon Venice” for its many waterways

In the late 19th century, the city became the center of export of rubber production from the Amazon Basin using slave labor of the local indigenous natives.

Overnight our hotel in Iquitos with dinner.

Day 2 October 2nd

Day to prepare for the oncoming adventure, organize gear, explore the city.

Afternoon music jam with local musicians on the Malecon: Iquitos’ riverside walkway, edged by swanky bars and restaurants and yet cut off from the rest of the world by hundreds of kilometers of jungle river, is as spectacular as it is surreal. The meeting place for locals and tourists for art, music and food.

6pm musicians leave Iquitos to spend the night aboard ship.

Participants: Overnight our hotel, breakfast and dinner included.

Day 3 October 3rd
And now on to Breaking the Record!

“If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.” – Jimi Hendrix

Participants: Overland transport to Nauta

Nauta is located on the north bank of the Maranon River, a major tributary of the Upper Amazon, a few miles from the confluence of the Rio Ucayali.

Here we board our ships and set off up the Maranon River to the Huallaga River. Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day aboard ship.

Our journey: Nauta on the Maranon River to Huallaga River and onward to Yurimaguas

8:00am – Ships depart.
9:00am – Music Begins !
9:00am to Midnight – Music – 15-hours.

Ships travel only during daylight hours: this day 8am – 6pm (10-hours). Dock overnight at the town of Maypuco.

Maypuco is the capital of the Urarinas district.

Day 4 October 4th
Our musicians continue day and night to their mission

Music 12:00am – 12:00am midnight, 24-hours making total of 39 hours.

Ships travel this day 8am – 6pm (10-hours).

Arrival the city of Lagunas.

Day 5 October 5th
Full day docked at Lagunas

Participants explore town and meet with locals.

Group event with students and local musicians at the Colegio Misional Goretti ( Goretti Mission School).

Our musicians continue day and night to their mission: Music 12am – 12am midnight, adding 24-more hours and at the strike of midnight making total of 63-hours and the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD!

Day 6 October 6th
Ships depart for the port city of Yurimaguas

Musicians get their much needed rest while we sail up the Huallaga River.

Ships travel 8am – 6pm. Arrival at Yurimaguas.

Yurimaguas – Affectionately known as the “Pearl of the Huallaga” (Perla del Huallaga). Yurimaguas is located at the confluence of the majestic Huallaga and Paranapura Rivers in the steamy rainforests of northeastern Peru.

Evening explore the nightlife of Yurimaguas.

Day 7 October 7th
Road Trip! To Tarapoto

Tarapoto – Evening jam with local musicians.

Overnight local hotel, breakfast and dinner included.

Day 8 October 8th

Transfer to the airport for your flight to Lima and international or post-Rumble excursion.