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These lodges are the perfect respite for jungle exploration. Crafted with the surrounding environment in mind, you'll encounter simple but comfortable structures built with local materials and with attention to their environmental impact. Most lodges are outfitted with a restaurant, common area, and additional amenities for exploring your surroundings.
Offering remarkable comforts in the heart of the Amazon, Ceiba Tops Lodge boasts air conditioned rooms with private bathrooms and hot water showers. Suites include sitting area, tile flooring, and minibar. Guest love the large open air pool with water slide, jacuzzi tub, and the hammock house. Free WiFi is available in common areas.
The 17-room Muyuna Lodge resides upstream from Iquitos not far from the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. Mimicking local design, the thatched-roof buildings at the lodge are constructed on stilts to prevent flooding when the river runs high. Single, double, or matrimonial bungalows are basic, but comfortable, and include private bathroom, hot water, and terrace overlooking the forest or river.
Yarapa Lodge is located in a remote region along the Yarapa River allowing for great wildlife viewing. An open-air design and tall, leaf covered roofs complement the lodge’s emphasis on the natural environment. Guest rooms are comfortable and spacious, and each bed is draped with a mosquito net. The lodge is a proud member of The Long Run Initiative, committed to sustainable practices and the ongoing conservation of the Amazon.
Tahuayo Lodge rests along the shores of Tahuayo River far from Iquitos. Its rustic bungalows are clean and comfortable. Mosquito nets hang over each bed. Individual rooms, lounge areas and the dining hall are built on stilts and connected by raised wooden platforms to avoid flooding during high water season. Electricity is provided by solar panels.
Explorama Lodge is a longstanding jungle establishment nestled amid primary rainforest downriver from Iquitos. Recently renovated, all 40 lodge rooms now have private bathroom facilities. Covered walkways connect the rooms to the dining room and Tahuampa Bar and the peaceful Hammock House.
ExplorNapo is located deep within the Amazon rainforest beside the Sucusari Reserve. Guests stay in palm-thatched houses with adjoining shower and toilet facilities. Open-hearth cooked meals are part of the lodge’s all-inclusive tour services. This lodge is also the closest access point to the Amazon Canopy Walkway, one of the longest treetop walkways in the world.