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Amazon Ecopark Jungle Lodge
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Reviewed September 13, 2013

The place is a good one we stayed there for almost 3 nights. The buffet is good. The tours get kind of little bored. Jungle walk is one of the best. Meeting of the rivers is a nice one but it is too tiring (8hrs in a boat). Other tours are not really great. Our guide Fransisco was a nice and funny guy. The hotel staff are nice and accommodating. We had to check out at noon but our flight was in the mid-night. The receptionist accommodated for our late check out and even arranged for our drop off (Boat and Car).

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Raghuveer K
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Reviewed August 29, 2013

Our family stayed at the lodge for 3 nights as part of a 3 weeks tour of Brazil.
Good things first:
Easy access from Manaus.
Tour guides are knowledgeable.

The rest:
NOT an ECO lodge as its name leads you to believe. Lots of old concrete, needs a major renovation. no sign of recycling, trash spread out all over the "jungle".
Food is buffet style for all 3 meals. Not the best selections and all 3 days we were served the exactly same food.
Service, forget about. The employees of the hotel have no clue about hospitality. The owners of the hotel must not have been there in a long time, their employees seem to be so so disenchanted with their jobs, and have the worst attitude towards to hordes of tourists that come at them everyday.
Tours, as mentioned before the guides are great. Trouble is you will be touring with another 20+ people. Unless of course, you hire them privately and can get quoted the same price twice.
Wildlife... hum well, there are the monkeys that they keep near the hotel. And a crocodile who was born and raised in their water and gets feed by them daily.
This is the absolute opposite of a small, cosy hotel. If you like being elbowed by 200 starving tourist at the buffet table, like loads of company on your tours and think that the Amazon is part of the DisneyWorld park then this is the place for you.

Room Tip: A different hotel
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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11  Thank djinnb
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

An excellent introduction to the rainforest and wildlife of the Rio Negro with comfortable accommodation (air con is a little noisy), decent food and a well enough stocked bar. Anselmo, the guide was first class providing decent opportunities to spot local wildlife. Eating lunch with a toucanette sitting above in the branches of a tree was a treat.
The cabins are well appointed and clean - not that you would visit Amazonia to stay in your cabin!
Plentiful wildlife (birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects) in the grounds of the park which includes a white sand beach. As an entomologist it would have been possible to spend a month or two there without getting bored.
Highly recommended as a destination for those seeking to experience the rainforest and Rio Negro with some home comforts.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled solo
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Thank Nicholas O
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Reviewed August 19, 2013

I stayed at the Ecopark Lodge in the Amazon forest for two nights as part of a tour group. The lodge is only about 20 kilometers from Manaus but it is completely in the forest and one does not realises there is a city not far away.
There is hot water and electricity. The GSM signal is available more or less everywhere.
The location is beautiful, with plants everywhere, a sandy beach and some natural pools.
Food is very good and of good quality, both for breakfast and for the other meals.
Accomodation is in small lodges that have three rooms each. The lodges are in teh forest. The path that brings there is well-lit. Rooms are clean and confortable. The only drawback is that the air-conditioning is noisy.
Activities (walk in the forest, caimans watching, piranha fishing, etc.) are good and well organsied. When on water, activities are done with small typical boats, very clean and pleasant.
Staff is very friendly and helpful.

Room Tip: if you are scared about the idea of being in the forest, try to ask for a room in a lodge that it not too far away.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank claudiac67
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Reviewed August 17, 2013

We spent 4 days and 3 nights at the EcoPark Lodge and had a wonderful time. Rooms were clean and comfortable (but it would have been nice if they told us there were joined rooms since we had little ones). Loved the setting, food was plentiful and staff friendly and helpful and met other adventurous folks from around the world. We also had a fantastic guide that thoroughly engaged the kids every hour of the day. We saw dolphins, birds, monkeys, spiders, rivers, trees, cayman, piranha, and ate grubs... And almost no mosquitoes because of the acidity of the river. Just wonderful

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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Thank WebmanRod
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