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This is my second time to Tahuayo Lodge. I visited here last year at the same time. It didn't disappoint me this time either. In fact, there had been some new updates to the lodge that made it even better than I had remembered. It's...More
We visited Tahuayo Lodge in August, during which the rivers are at their lowest annual level. This is not trivial because the rivers are the freeways of the Amazon. Because the water was low, we could access incredible trail systems both at the main lodge...More
Everything was wonderful. The guides are incredibly knowledgeable, and the company does a great job of preparing you to appreciate what you experience. Don't go if you are looking for a Disney-type experience. Honestly, the complaints I've seen about this place are coming from ignorant...More
Friendly, accommodating staff--and I don't just mean my personal guide but rather everyone I encountered, from cooks to cleaners. Very comfortable bed that was well-used after days and evenings too full of fun activities, including hiking and canoeing and zip lining and swimming and even...More
We had an amazing rainforest experience here. Our guide was really knowledgeable, we learned a lot and saw many creatures. The place is very conservation focused which means barely any electric lights and cold showers. The staff is really friendly especially Daniel the bartender.
Response from AmazoniaUSAoffice, Owner at Amazonia Expeditions' Tahuayo LodgeResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for the review. Glad to hear you had a great time with us in the jungle. Sorry to hear about the difficulties choosing food at our buffet tables. We always do our best to accommodate every food allergy and always have a variety...More
Paul Beaver is the owner of the lodge and he is excellent at getting back to you. Not allowed to give email addresses through trip advisor - he will let you know all you need to know and I think the extra 5 minutes will be... More
Paul Beaver is the owner of the lodge and he is excellent at getting back to you. Not allowed to give email addresses through trip advisor - he will let you know all you need to know and I think the extra 5 minutes will be fine - can't remember exactly when the boat leaves, but they will make sure you are on it.
This is THE BEST place to experience the Amazon! I have been twice and would actually love to go again - hope it all works out for you ~ Beth
There is a way to work that in. You will land in Iquitos, perhaps late and you could overnight there. Then the next day visit places in and around Iquitos -- like monkey island -- and again overnight in Iquitos. Then on... More
There is a way to work that in. You will land in Iquitos, perhaps late and you could overnight there. Then the next day visit places in and around Iquitos -- like monkey island -- and again overnight in Iquitos. Then on the next day, go to the lodge. I stopped off for an overnight or two in Iquitos both coming and going. It worked quite well.
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"Plan ahead. I found that this lodge has individuals, families and groups coming and going all of the time..."