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50 Km. from Puerto Maldonado in a straight line, approximately 120 Km. up the river, Tambopata National Reserve Peru
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WASAI Tambopata Lodge is located in the heart of the amazon, approximately 50 Km. Away from Puerto Maldonado in a straight line, and approximately 120 Km. Up the river, in the heart of the Tambopata Candamo National Reserve, surrounded by National parks There are 20km of protected forest trails around the lodge, which enhances possibilities to see amazon wildlife. We can visit the local community of Baltimore and share the way of life and the natural beauty such as . The El Gato Waterfalls, and parrots and mammals clay licks . Fishing is also possible. Up-river from the lodge there are no more dwellings. The lack of people and the closeness to the Andes create an habitat with abundance of flora and fauna not seen in other areas of the amazon rainforest.
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Puerto Maldonado Airport24 mi
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It's interesting to me that this lodge has so relatively few reviews. I stayed here for one night with my wife and two small children. We hiked in (4 kms), went to the Chuncho clay lick, and took a boat to a car meeting point on the way out. Our guide's name was Ivan. He was grea
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We had a wonderful time at the Wasai Lodge. The place is very secluded and a great way to detach from the rest of the world and unwind for a few days. Our guide, Paul, made the adventure all that more fun. He was incredibly knowledgeable, had an amazing personality and was enthus
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It's difficult finding reliable information online about good ayahuasca retreats, but we were so happy to find Wasai. We did a 5 day retreat which included meditation, help with the dieting, yoga, floral baths, two ayahuasca ceremonies, and any follow-up conversations with the sh
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We didn't really know what to expect when we booked the Wasai Lodge but they far exceeded our expectations! Wilyen was our guide and he did a wonderful job of showing us around as well as making sure we were taken care of. During our trip the mosquitoes were almost non-existent
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I took a group of 10 Girl Scouts here for 2 nights. It was amazing! We did a night hike through the jungle to see small animals and insects. We did a day hike of about an hour and a half to see McCaws and Parrots. We did a boat trip to hunt Caimans. Ivan and Emilio, our guides we
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The sunrises were incredible every day.
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Porch area of Hut
Hello, I am trying to book a room for 2 people but I can only find an option for 3 people. Do you offer rooms for 2 people? Also, are the tours included in the price? If so, how much flexibility do we have when choosing which ones to take? Thanks! - Sam
For activities like the clay lick, night hikes, kayaks, etc., are these included in the price of your stay or are they extra money? If they are extra is there a list somewhere of prices?
Do you offer canopy tours?
How long is the minimum stay? How would we get there from Cisco? Thanks.
Dear Allie Thank you for writing to WASAI. The minimum stay we suggest for visiting the main attraction of the region (the Big Macaw Clay Lick) is 01 or 02 nights. You can arrive from Cuzco by plane (LAN, STAR or AVIANCA) or by bus Best regards
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A lot of reviews mention that this place isn't worth the price. Is it worth it to stay at a hotel in Tambopata Reserve or are you just as likely to see wildlife doing day trips from Puerto Maldonado? Thanks!
Most of reviews said this lodge is great, it is definitely worth to stay in wasai Tambopata Lodge. if you are looking for cheaper options Puerto Maldonado Lodge or the new Alto Tambopata Lodge are very good alternatives. Regards
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"All the cabanas are beautiful <3"
"Cabins farther away from the main lodge will have less foot traffic walking by"
"The rooms were screened in so all the sounds of the jungle are easily enjoyed."
"We had the last room near the jungle- it was a very good experience for us to hear all nature sounds... it may frighten some"
"The rooms facing the river give the best views."
$279 - $608 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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