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Reviewed November 13, 2018 via mobile

Amazing 3 night, 4 day adventure with Roberto. He was so much fun and interesting. The lodge was perfect, the food was perfect and so good to get away from the world and unplug yourself and relax. Thank you.

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank 910matthewb
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Reviewed September 30, 2018

As expected. Hot, humid, interesting, historical. Drink plenty of water.insect repellent a must.. However, it is what makes it interesting and culturally challenging. 5 days is more than enough to absorb the uniqueness, vastness and power of the Amazon River.

Cesar was an awesome guide. He goes out of his way to accommodate you and for you to have a good experience. You can see the pride and beam in his face when he talks Amazon.

Enjoy the tour thoroughly. One must do it once in their lifetime and get out of their comfort zone.

Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank Connie S
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Reviewed March 10, 2018 via mobile

Together with a friend I chosed this tour at the hostel when we arrived and the next day we started. Upfront we didn't regret the tour. We loved the tours, the lodge with the staff and especially our guide Caesar. If you are searching for a great guided tour choose this one. We were hiking day and night, exploring the Amazonian river by boat and relaxed in the lodge. Here we saw plenty of animals like birds,snakes, monkeys, slots, dolphins, piranhas and many more.
We were also swimming and fishing at the Amazonian river.... A lot to do but we enjoyed every moment and for the quite moments Caesar told some stories about his life around the Amazonas. Quite interesting!

The beds are good and protected by the mosquito net, a shower is available and the food is pretty good. One hint. If you want to come take some changing clothes with you ( underwear and socks) cause the weather is quite humid. Bring long clothing with you.
Also take as much and strong mosquito replilient as you can with you. During the tours they are everywhere but in the lodge there are not much ( as long as you going it is not so bad but when you stand they coming)

One of our best tours on our south America travel.

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Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank romhi
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Reviewed August 17, 2017

When looking to book accommodation in the Amazon, there were so many options we didn't know where to start, but we're SO glad that we chose AMAZON ECO TOURS. If you're looking for a 'real' Amazon experience, this is the place. The rooms have no electricity, aircon, TV or hot water - though a cold shower is just what you need! They're netted for protection and come with private hammocks, so you can forget everything and just enjoy the sounds of the jungle, all day and night. We saw lots of wildlife including cayman, tarantulas, monkeys, many types of birds, snakes, sloths, pirahnas, iquanas and pink dolphins. The guides are excellent and can take you out on morning, afternoon and night adventures. The Lodge was run by local staff who were helpful, professional, knowledgable and friendly from beginning to end. The food was also very good, especially considering your remote location. Overall, we would highly recommend this Lodge for those who want the real-deal Amazon experience where it's just you and the jungle.
Thanks Cristian Ruiz!! you are the best

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank Corazon R
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Reviewed December 31, 2016

Did the 5 day 4 night trip in early November with a group of 4. Wonderful experience, couldn't recommend more. Took about 2 hours to get there by boat, followed by a short drive and another short boat trip.
The lodge itself was nice, basic but comfortable. The hammocks in the common area were especially appreciated! The humidity was tough going. Would recommend being well stocked on insect repellent for night time! We were very well fed for the entire trip, the food was really great and the 2 vegetarians in the group were also very well catered for.
Each day was spent doing different activities from rainforest walks, to fishing, to swimming with dolphins, to nightwalks, animal sanctuaries and watching the sunset on the river. We even spent the last night camping.
What really made the trip for us was our local guide Jean Pierre. He went out of his way to make sure we had the best experience possible and really went above and beyond. Really friendly and helpful and also so hardworking, he literally built a path for us across a river of mud!
All in all, I highly recommend, fantastic experience and great value for money.

Date of stay: November 2016
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank cakeboss847
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Cristian R, Gerente at Amazon Eco Tours & Lodge, responded to this reviewResponded February 16, 2017

Thank you so much!!!
Jianpierre send regards too
Come back soon

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