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Amazonia Expeditions' Tahuayo Lodge

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My wife and I spent 4 nights at the Tahuayo Lodge, 2 at the Research Center and 1 at their B&B in Iquitos. Not a 5 star hotel but a 5 star experience. Transfer from the airport was seamless. A 15 minute drive in an air conditioned van to their office and shortly after the 3.5
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My wife and I stayed at Tahuayo Lodge in May 2018. We were so happy for having chosen this lodge to stay in the Amazon! There are many lodges where to stay over there, I'm just going to try to point out why we think this was the right choice. Having a private guide that
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Rico, Xiomyi and all the staff at the lodge are absolutely amazing. The food is incredible with 10-13 options per meal! Rico is so wise and knowledge about all things nature and provided us with the best, most memorable experiences of any of our many family vacations. From
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My 4 well-travelled kids, my 67 y/o (out of his comfort zone) boyfriend and I spent a week at Tahuayo Lodge and the Research Center over winter break. Both facilities were lovely and the staff was top notch, especially our guide Manuel. Having a personal guide was a real treat
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Our family of 4 including our two adult children just returned from an unforgettable week at the Tahuayo Lodge and Amazon Research Centre (ARC). It was a truly authentic jungle experience including wonderful boat rides on the perfectly calm river, hikes to spot the tiny
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Room in the main research center.
During the wet season
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I wore cotton tank tops and cargo pants for hiking the whole time. I was soaked through at the end of each hike from the sweat. I was there a few weeks so. Took at least 2 showers a day. Wore shorts around the lodge after my showers and flip flops.
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We are staying for 5 nights what is the recommended amount to tip the guides?
I thought my guide was excellent, so I tipped her generously. I would say an absolute minimum of 5 to 10 dollars per day. This also depends on how many people in your group. I also tipped the special guide at the research center. I had a trainee guide whom I gave a rather nominal amount. I then left some cash with the manager when I checked out for the kitchen and housecleaning staff.
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Hi Natinz, Thank you for your question, The possibility of seeing pink dolphins is highly likely until about the 20th of July when water levels begins to decrease to a level below what the dolphins are comfortable with.
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No, sorry, we are too remote from Iquitos city, so the minimum would be 3days/2nights
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Hi Sherry! Thank you for your question. Despite what most people might think, the survival tour is actually not the best tour for those that want to see wildlife. While our survival tours are a great adventure, by their very nature, they are just not the best for viewing wildlife. As an ecoutour company we always choose to put the ecosystem first. This means we purposely pick a site to camp/survive where we will not disturb wildlife. Second, survival tours are just too loud! Collecting materials to build a shelter, build a fire, searching for edible plants, and other activities cause too much noise and commotion scaring off any animals that might be near. If you are interested purely in wildlife trip I would recommend a stay at our Tahuayo Lodge and especially a stay at our Research Center Lodge which is the only lodge located within the boundary of the ACRCTT Reserve. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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PeruLoreto RegionParaiso
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