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Amazon Rainforest Conservation Center (ARCC)

6 reviews
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“on stilts”(3 reviews)
“remote location”(2 reviews)
“the river”(2 reviews)
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    Reviewed August 5, 2017

    Access by boat, quite steep ladder up from the landing site, and then a 10 minutes walk through the jungle. Really fascinating first rain forest experience. Welcomed by extremely friendly and helpful staff. Our guide turned out to be dedicated and well informed about everything,...More

    2  Thank ottocloss
    Reviewed June 22, 2017

    We spent four nights/five days at ARCC. This very remote location takes a bits of time to get to but the journey is an adventure! En route to the lodge we spotted and photographed a jaguar on the river, one of the highlights of our...More

    2  Thank finesew
    Reviewed June 24, 2016

    It may take between 5 and 6 hours to reach here by minibus and boat from Puerto Maldonado but it is worth it. The chalets on stilts are next to an Oxbow Lake called Lake Soledad, where you can go on the 'catamaran' and drift...More

    2  Thank Moira G
    Reviewed March 15, 2016

    everyone from the hosts to the guides,augusto,uriel,oscar and vita,were so very hospitable and knowledgeable. they gave us complete attention and the feeling that we were wanted.the food at both lodges was fresh and plentiful and the 3 walled room was a great experience. i found...More

    Thank kathy c
    Reviewed October 14, 2015

    Follow the Rio Madre de Dios and then the Rio de Las Piedras Rivers for about 8 hours or 160 km by boat or take the "shortcut" of 2 hours by car and then 2 hours by boat, that is where you find the remote...More

    1  Thank WorldcitizenPortland
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    Peru > Madre de Dios Region > Puerto Maldonado
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