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Amazon Ecopark Jungle Lodge
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Reviewed August 13, 2011

Lodge in an Eco park nearby Manaus. Cabins were adequate and the meals were good. The fish dishes were excellent, but the chicken and beef were not. The tours from the lodge gave us what we came for - the sights and animals of the Amazon and jungle experience. Only bad tour was the tribal village which our guide told us was create for the tourists coming to Manaus - skip this one.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Snowmanpez
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Reviewed June 27, 2011

Simple, no frills accommodation, good guided tours.
This jungel lodge, accessible by boat only, provides just the bare minimum. If you like to wash your hair, bring you own shampoo or do not bother at all, since the shower's water flow is best described as a trickle anyway. You can also buy shampoo at the shop, the, it seesm, only air conditioned room out there.
The cabins are spread out over quite an area and the climate is very humid, so be prepared for long walks to and from the reception and/or restaurant area (both basically open air). At night, they warn you to beware of snakes along your way back to your cabin.
The rooms are not equipped with TV but the excursion program is quite good and interesting.
There is a nightly boat reide to spot caymans (not recommendable to take when the river is high, i., e. June/July), a jungel walk (starts right behind the last cabin), the "meetign of the waters" where the black water of the Rio Negro joins another river to form the Amazon and the two do not merge for anothere 7 miles, the monkey forest where you can watfch wild monkeys (well, they have domesticated the humans a bit to bring them fruits every day), a boat ride to a native place (opportunity to buy local souvenirs...) where they have anacondas and the like, fish for piranhas and where they demosntrate how the caoutchouk used (and still is?) to be colelcted and more.
the good thing about the Rio negro is that there are almost no mosquitoes as the river's wters are too acid for them to reproduce.
Alltogether a simple but memorable esperience. Staff there are very helpful and knowledgeble.
They have a "natural" pool (=river water)

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank AhasverSaoPaulo
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Reviewed May 26, 2011

We have had one of the best trips ever with three night stays at Eco Park Lodge. We didn't expect it was such a lovely place. The hotel itself looked like a jungle. Our room was really cute. It was simple but clean and nicely designed. The air conditioner worked well. Actually we turned off the air conditioner during nights because the weather was not that warm. I saw some people complaining about the water pressure of the shower, no telephone, no TV, but shouldn't you expect to experience a simple and jungle-style life when you are in Amazonas? I would rather like to stay as far away as possible from TV and phones during my holiday in jungles:)
The meals were buffet and were very nice. We had fish, chicken, beef, a lot of vegetables, papaya, watermelon, pineapple... The drinks were not included though. You need to buy drinks at the bar, but the prices were not too bad. The welcome drink we got upon arrival was really nice!
Staff were excellent! The tours were well organized. Our guide Yuri was great! We learned so much from him about the jungle. He also took us in his small canoe in the dark evening to spot alligators. It was very exciting!
Some tips for those of who may want to join in this trip:
1. do not come in the dry season. The water level can be very low in dry season and you have to walk a long distance to the hotel. We were there in May which was still in rain season. We saw some part of jungles standing in the water. It was beautiful! And we could reach the hotel all the way by boat.
2. Bring your own water if you don't want to buy drinks at the bar. There are no shops around, only alligators and monkeys:)
3. Do not expect luxury if you want to stay in a hotel in the jungle. If you are used to five-star hotel, you should choose tropical hotel which is by the city of Manaus. But even this hotel cannot guarantee you perfectness. We stayed there for one night but did not really like it. We found a lot of ants in our bed linen. That was scary....

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank LuLuLund
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Reviewed May 23, 2011

As the title says really....

Not much going on at the Eco Park, we found the tours poor bar the tour to the meeting of the waters. One aspect which made the tours poor were the fact we were in a mixed group of nationals who all spoke different languages, so the tour guide can be speaking three or four languages in turn. After a while this can become rather frustrating.

I would personally stay in a nice hotel in Manaus which is only 20 minutes away from the Eco Park and have the luxury to eat when you want etc...

Swimming Pool - are you serious? Wow i wouldnt let me enemy bathe in that....

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank JHeer
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Reviewed April 26, 2011

I was apprehensive about staying at this hotel due to some negative reviews; however, I had one of the best times there out of my 21 days tour of S. America. The cabins are just perfect for a stay in the jungle and SO QUIET - I long to return. A warning - if you don't like camping and nature, you won't like it there. My favorite guide was a long timer Elio, who showered me with attention and I learned so much about the uniqueness of the jungle. Love the people and the great food!

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled solo
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4  Thank pghs67
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