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Jr. Sargento Lores 171 Yarapa River, Payorote 16300 Peru
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Treehouse Lodge - the only all-inclusive lodge of its kind in the Amazon Rainforest - is an all-inclusive, luxury lodge located in Iquitos, Peru. Come stay with us and you’ll see the rainforest from an entirely new perspective. You’ll never forget the experience of watching monkeys and birds at eye level every morning you wake up. Your stay will include a private guide, meals prepared by a private chef and all the excursions you can fit into your stay.
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Free breakfast
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Fishing
Free airport transportation
Mosquito net
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24-hour front desk
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Restaurant
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Free shuttle or taxi services
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Jr. Sargento Lores 171 Yarapa River, Payorote 16300 Peru
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Timothy H wrote a review Sep 2020
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Leave the down towns wild bars. Come to tree house for a great steak dinner, actual tree house like ambience- and most importantly being treated like family. Rachel and chandler treated us so well - could not have felt more at home while having a romantic dinner. *** not for those who don’t like socializing and being friendly
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Judith K wrote a review Feb 2020
Pukekohe, New Zealand245 contributions58 helpful votes
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We were met at the airport and taken by van and boat to this amazing location. We were impressed with the treehouses, it is a spectacular feat of engineering, that these rooms are built high up in the tree, as well as the swing bridges that connect them. We were a bit disappointed with the first treehouse we had as it was too close to the restaurant and main hub, we wanted to feel like we were in the middle of the jungle. To see and hear the birds and monkeys. The manager arranged for us to be moved to a more remote treehouse. This was just amazing, it overlooked the river and we had a balcony that we could sit on and view the river and jungle around us. The restaurant served great food - not big servings but we prefer a smaller gourmet meal than to have a huge helping that makes you feel weighted down. The waiting staff were extremely helpful and polite. What made this fairytale a reality for us, was the exceptional guide and driver that we had. The guide spoke excellent English and had an encyclopedic knowledge of the area. The driver took us down secret creeks off the main river, that fed into a bountiful lake teeming with wildlife. We were here when the water was at mid level, so we could go on the boat through water pathways, that meandered around trees. They went beyond the call of duty to take us to places to see more wildlife, to make our trip a dream come true.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Room Tip: Do not choose treehouse 1 or 2, they are close to the main hub and are noisy from the clanking in...
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Dylan wrote a review Feb 2020
Dublin9 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed at the treehouse lodge for 5 nights during a 3 month trip around Peru and Bolivia. This was one of the more expensive hotels that we stayed at and one of the most disappointing. The treehouse was different than described (was described as the deepest into the woods and secluded yet when we arrived there was another treehouse attached just beside ours which was deeper in and removed the secluded part. We let the manager know and he was very kind and apologised and offered us a free drink and said he would ask the US team to refund us the first night. It was much appreciated. However, things only got worse after this. The treehouse also had a very large hole in the net around the house and some in mosquito net. We brought this to his attention at the same time as asking about the room description. He said it would be fixed right away. It wasnt and that night we got so many bites. We said it again and the next day the mosquito net was replaced but the hole in the house net was never fixed. That did not bother us too much, as we are big outdoorsy people and wouldn't be too afraid of the large wasps that came in or if a tarantula did happen to come in (none did). But considering the price I would expect things like this to be fixed. The problems got worse again, the electrical socket in the room caught fire. This is obviously worrying since you are staying in a building in a tree made of wood. When we told management about this they again apologised and were told not to worry about it and they would fix the plug. The repair man said that it looked like water damage. We ended up moving to a different small treehouse for one night before moving back. The management told us to check our emails as we should expect an email from the US team with some offer. An email never arrived. On our last day my girlfriend slipped down the stairs from the treehouse and really hurt herself I ran for the radio to call for help but no one responded. When I ran to the restaurant area for help no one really seemed to care and offered no assistance or had anyone to look at her we were just left lying near the resturant by ourselves for hours. We have since emailed the reservations team multiple times and received either no response or else they wanted proof that we were told that there would be some kind of refund. We never got any refund from them. On a more positive note the boat driver that we had was amazing. He went above and beyond. Our tour guide was good, but again not what would be expected from this company, however, if I remember correctly he did say that he does not always work for this particular lodge.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Jadefaerie wrote a review Jan 2020
Edmonton, Canada9 contributions2 helpful votes
If you are thinking it will be tough to afford I strongly encourage you to go for a stay here anyways. I went as part of a dream trip and it is every bit as amazing as you hope it will be. Falling asleep at night listening to tropical birds, exploring the rainforest, the Amazon River and other excursions tailored to you with local guides are included in the price. Though I was a bit worried before hand about what meals would be available to a vegetarian like me, I didn’t need to. Every meal was amazing and beautifully presented. The hotel is staffed with beautiful people who will go out of their way to make your stay as amazing as they can. My time here was perfect. I only wish I could have stayed longer.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
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Richard S wrote a review Jan 2020
Vermillion, South Dakota10 contributions1 helpful vote
There were eight of us in our group and all eight had a fabulous time. We would all recommend staying at the tree House lodge on a tributary of the Amazon river. We left Iquitos, Peru For the hour and a half trip to the Tree House Lodge. Our trip was for three days and two nights in the most fabulous treehouse that you could ever imagine. The tree houses are open to the jungle and at night the cackling birds and the cackling monkeys were exciting to listen to. In our three days we packed in fishing for piranha, swimming in the Amazon, nature hikes both day and night, and kayaking. The food was excellent, hot showers were great and the humidity was stifling! Because we were there in September part of the dry season the river was low. We still got to do everything and we didn’t have to worry about Highwater. We were prepared for mosquitoes and no one had a bite. We quit wearing our mosquito protection because it was not an issue. All in all it was a fabulous trip and I would highly recommend it. The age range for our group was from middle 20s to early 70s and there were no issues
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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$518 - $890 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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PeruLoreto RegionPayorote
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Frequently Asked Questions about Treehouse Lodge
What are some of the property amenities at Treehouse Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Treehouse Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Does Treehouse Lodge have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Treehouse Lodge offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Treehouse Lodge located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of Payorote.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Treehouse Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.