Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop
Viral Content Creation Workshop

Viral Content Creation Workshop

Are you a website owner or blogger looking for amazing viral content? You have come to the right place. The amazon rainforest is one of the least explored and biodiverse places on earth providing a huge opportunity to create unique and exciting content.

Travel with photographer and Rainforest Expeditions marketing director Jeff Cremer and biologist and blogger Phil Torres as they help you discover and create some amazing stories that your readers are sure to enjoy.


About Your Guides:

Jeff Cremer is the marketing director for Rainforest Expeditions as well as an award-winning travel photographer based in Lima, Peru. His work has been displayed in galleries around the world and published in numerous books and magazines. Two of his gigapixel photographs were recently published in “EARTH Platinum Edition”, the world’s largest atlas. Each page spread of this limited edition book measures a breathtaking 6 feet x 9 feet (1.8m x 2.7m). Only 31 copies will be printed and will retail for $100,000 a copy.

He also holds the record for the largest photo ever taken in Peru: a huge 22,000 megapixel panorama of the Miraflores district of Lima as well as the largest photo ever taken of Machu Picchu weighing in at 16,000 megapixels. The image, which has received over 650,000 views can be seen at

His work has been featured in:

  • London Telegraph
  • Techbang
  • Toronto Sun
  • Smarter Every Day
  • as well as others
Phil Torres is an entomologist from Cornell University. He has been featured on Discovery Channel as an expert in entomology and on Current TV’s award winning Vanguard Journalism show as a journalist and news correspondent. Through his explorations in the wild he searches, reveals, and uncovers stories about the intricacies of nature to bring to the world. Phil has worked extensively in the Amazon since 2011 and has lived over a year in remote areas coordinating research and environmental education programs.

He has also been fortunate enough to participate in scientific expeditions in Venezuela (where he was held at gunpoint) and Mongolia (where he got lost in a forest full of quicksand) and assisted in discovering over 40 new species as well as the recent discovery of a decoy making spider in Tambopata which became the #2 story for Wired Magazine in 2012 ahead of the Mars Rover and the Higgs Boson particle.

Phil work has been featured in:

  • Wired Magazine
  • Popular Mechanics
  • BBC Radio
  • ABC News
  • Discovery Channel
  • as well as others

Review: "The Tambopata tour was a very special experiance for me, not only stumble arround the forest looking for animals, but beeing able as well to take pictures of excellent quality. I enjoyed it very much to be with two very friendly and competent young men, you did a very good job, thank you so much. I did not have the time yet to sort out my pictures and sent them to family and friends, but I am sure they will love the shots as I do. Thank you very much for your time and instructions, I can highly recommend the phototour to everybody who likes nature and good photos." - Isabella - Switzerland

Lodge Amenities:
  • Natural Construction – An airy lodge built from traditional materials such as wood, palm fronds and clay.
  • Rooms – 32 bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, and a common area for dining and socializing. Bedrooms are separated from one another by light cane fencing, with drapes instead of doors. Rooms are private but not soundproof.
  • Electricity - A generator is turned on once a day to recharge batteries for guests or lodge facilities. At night it is very dark, so we recommend good flashlights. Light is provided by numerous kerosene lamps and candles.
  • Communication – Refugio Amazonas is in daily contact with our offices in Puerto Maldonado and Lima via internet, satellite phone and hf radio.
  • Mosquito Nets - All rooms have mosquito nets over the beds, bedside tables and a rack of clothes hangers.
  • Jungle Views - Bedrooms open out onto the surrounding rainforest, allowing guests to enjoy this unique ecosystem even on their downtime, with wild animals, including monkeys, often visible from the lodge.
  • Hot Water -Hot water is available in this and all of our other lodges.
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