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Posada Amazonas

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Posada Amazonas is a 30 bedroom lodge owned by the Native Community of Infierno and managed by Rainforest Expeditions. Thanks to its accessibility, the lodge offers excellent wildlife observation opportunities, cultural context, and comfortable accommodations. It is located within the territory of the Infierno Community, built within the 2,000 hectare, private, communal reserve, which in turn is directly adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve. Posada Amazonas was selected to be among the Best Eco Hotels in 2014 by Gogobot.
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Private Reserve within the Native Community of Infierno, Tambopata National Reserve 084 Peru
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Puerto Maldonado Airport16 mi
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Would recommend the stay, very eco friendly. The boot sizes could be better it was all over, hard to find a good pair. An experience for the ages. Friendly staff. The room was very spacious and clean.
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We got here with our operator for the Peru tour who highly recommended going to Tambopata. I'm not such a bird lover, neither is my wife, but the colors and wildlife have been fantastic. Our day trips with the boat or hiking were well organized, always in small groups, fun and
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I stayed at Posadas Amazonas with my mom and sister, and we had a great trip. It was our first time visiting the amazon, so we didn't really know what to expect, but it was definitely one of the highlights of our trip to Peru. We visited during the low season in December, which
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Amazing place , awesome people , wonderful rooms and sumptuous food. What else does one need. Travel light, make sure you have a poncho. Rain boots are provided by the resort. Water provided here was good. Coffee is available 24/7. Do not leave food in the open , inside the
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We booked direct and chose a particular focus on birdwatching (not that we're experts!) which meant that we had a very personalised experience. Our guide, Boris, normally works at one of the other lodges but came down specially as the other bird guides were involved with other
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Great questions!! 1) Yes, is possible to hear the noise from next door. We are consistent in the message of keeping silence in the rooms for the other guests and to maximize the experience through the sounds of the rainforest. 2) Yes, all rooms have a private bathroom 3) No, the locals in Puerto Maldonado, as well as the Native Communities, do not have animals as pets, as they are very respectful with the wildlife
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They wear kid shoe European sizes 27 and 31. Does that help? Here is a chart that converts sizes to other regions: =================== Eur: 27 US: 10 UK: 9 Centimeters: 16.5 Inches 6.5" =================== Eur: 31 US: 13 UK: 12 Centimeters: 18.5 Inches: 7.5" =================== Thanks!
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Hello, thank you for your question. No, we do not find snakes, lizards or big spiders entering the bedrooms. Room service is done daily and staff will cover your bed with a mosquito every evening while you are dinning. So, rest assure that you will be sleeping protected from any bug that might flight into your room. We do recommend not to take food to your room, or if you bring sweets, like chocolate cookies or candy, you will be indicated to placed it in the safe box we have at each room. This is to avoid attracting small opossums which are known to love sweets. Hope this insight helps you. Best, The Rainforest Expeditions Team
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Hello! Thank you for asking. I would say: yes! August is dry season and you will be more comfortable in your hiking boots, rather than regular snickers when you go for a walk. If you would have asked to pack rubber boots, I would have say, no, because we have plenty of those for you to borrow. Hope this helps decide. See you in August! Best, The Rainforest Team
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Hello, thank you for your message. You can find details of all our tours in our website: RainforestExpeditions . Also we would love if you could send us your email so one of our specialists can contact you directly. Thank you, The Rainforest Expeditions Team
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"Enjoy every moment, this is once in a life opportunity. The time goes by fast."
"Secure all your snack as neighborhood possums can be nosy =)"
"Get a room far away from the lobby for greater privacy, since you will hear everybody walking past your room."
"Rooms on the end of the walkways offer the most privacy."
"Most very small but clean."
$377 - $793 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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