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Pouso Alegre Lodge

Transpantaneira Road km 33, Pocone, State of Mato Grosso Brazil
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#4 of 21 Specialty lodging in Poconé
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Free parking
Free internet
Free breakfast
Breakfast buffet
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms


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Transpantaneira Road km 33, Poconé, State of Mato Grosso Brazil
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M. Rondon Airport72 miSee all flights
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Taxman2013 wrote a review Dec 2019
Peterborough, Canada49 contributions25 helpful votes
If you are looking to stay in the heart of nature, with all that entails, look no further. Rheas, coatis, pigs etc. right in the yard. And ... a 5 meter long anaconda in the garden! The accommodation, somewhat in the nature of a ranch, has plentiful animal and bird life right outside your door! It is set in a massive property where even more of the wonders of nature are to be found. The proprietor Luís is a very kind and knowledgeable man, passionate about his land, which is very well cared for. The food is reliable. The room is a comfortable respite from the heat and mosquitoes. The excursions produced ample opportunity to see everything imaginable. We were very pleased with our stay here.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
sekarb wrote a review Dec 2019
San Francisco, California137 contributions6 helpful votes
This has got to be my favorite lodge on the trip. I read all the reviews before going there and saw many people sort of complaining that it's too simple. But for me, this was a perfect combination of simplicity and luxury. Rooms have air-conditioning and functioning flush toilets and meals were simple but tasty. I couldn't have asked for more. I loved the fact that I could just walk by myself on the dirt road looking for wildlife and the place is full of it, everywhere. You get wifi near the dining area only. There is a bird feeder where you will see a lot of cardinals and some aracaris. The crab-eating fox also comes around there to eat the fruits. There are also the hyacinth macaws around the lodge. We were very lucky to see a puma here [not near the feeder :D] If you are used to 'resort' kind of accommodation, then you may find the place 'simple'. But if you are like me, who prefer wild places without much of extra luxury, then this is the place.
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Date of stay: October 2019
2 Helpful votes
Steve Harden wrote a review Nov 2019
Atlanta, Georgia5 contributions
The lodge holds an amazing private reserve. I would say this is a ranch not a lodge. They offer very simple accommodation and the food is not that good, but nature compensates. For sure i will be back next year.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Traveled on business
goldsb wrote a review Aug 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom338 contributions164 helpful votes
This lodge is surrounded by wildlife from tapirs to giant anteaters. So many birds! Wonderful feeding station for toucans- until a fox walked in! The accommodation is clean and en- suite very basic as you are in the middle of no- where. There is WiFi , no phones. Food is plentiful and follows the accommodation. I nearly nearly killed myself slipping in the shower ( no mat, tiles very, very slippy with soap provided. The resultant hip bruise and grazes made my time in the bumpy transport around the lodge uncomfortable. Had I fractured my hip I would have been in a right mess miles from anywhere!) . The tap water is brown. There is filtered water for drinking, free. The staff are friendly. Wonderful place to see wildlife.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
JanandDavid wrote a review Aug 2019
Milngavie, United Kingdom591 contributions218 helpful votes
The good things- great wildlife area. The bad - rooms basic, with air conditioning unit from next door room so noisy I had to sleep with ear plugs. The shower adjustment was so high you had to be over 5ft 6 to alter it. Food ok but not great compared to other lodges( what sort of sickly gloop for dessert tonight?) Mad scramble of queue with other group when we were there. Main concern however was condition of 2 very emaciated horses,one with severely infected swollen hind leg. As and experienced horse owner I voiced my concerns to Louis the manager who said one was old and the one with infected leg had had it for 10 days and was being treated. While I accept animal welfare is different in different countries I felt this response was less than accurate and the horses in question were severely neglected.
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Date of stay: July 2019
BrazilState of Mato GrossoPoconé
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pouso Alegre Lodge
What are some of the property amenities at Pouso Alegre Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Pouso Alegre Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Pouso Alegre Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.