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Eco Quechua Lodge
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Reviewed November 16, 2013

Staying at Eco Quechua Lodge is an experience rather than just a place to stay. The owner explained its vision at our arrival, which is to stay in nature. Therefore, there is no WiFi available, and windows are 'missing' too. We stayed in the room with a riverview. It was funny that we were the only guests during our first night there, which resulted in a candle-light dinner for two. The menu displayed is not what you get though, but the food is DELICIOUS! And banana pancakes for breakfast are simply the best! Apart from that, amenities are basic, but a morning open-air shower with a view makes it special. From here, it’s just a 5 minute taxi-ride to the zipline course (GREAT FUN!) and a little longer to the hotsprings. The town itself is not very exciting, but a stay at Eco Quechua Lodge makes Sta Teresa worth staying in for a night or two!

Room Tip: We stayed in the room with a view on the river. The river can be noisy, but you get used to it and it adds to the jungle experience!
  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank MichelleB2911
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Reviewed November 13, 2013

Nice place to stay for a couple of days. Super friendly staff with two kind ladies that will prepare the best meals. Free fruit and they are really concerned (+interested) in their guests. No negative points to tell you about.
We rested and enjoyed our stay; a little paradise in Santa Teresa (also a nice town - not too much tourists).

  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Joris V
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Reviewed October 14, 2013

What a great place, part tarzan, part hotel/lodge.
Only place to stay in Santa Teresa. Rooms are sort of jungle hut. Hard to explain but you'll love it. Friendly staff and good food. Especially love the huge bunch of bananas you can help yourself to as you walk past. Plus the ethos of the joint is spot on.
Just remember to remind them to chill enough beer for the evenings drinking!!

Room Tip: The mezzanine bedroom above the lounge area is interesting.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Bruce M
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Reviewed October 2, 2013

A little gem in Santa Theresa which we wouldn't have stayed at if not included in a tour but we really enjoyed our time here. Pique and his wife Janet own a stunning retreat overlooking jungle, coffee plantations and a roaring river. Get back to basics with open aired showers, with
Spectacular views and be prepared to chill out in the hammock and enjoy the tranquility. We we're spoilt with amazing food and an endless supply of fruit and water. We wished we'd had time to take in the coffee tour that Pique offers. This is a lovely, intimate lodge and would recommend a visit.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Stewandbex
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Reviewed September 29, 2013

My daughter and I spent three nights at the Eco Quechua Lodge and it was the high-light of our trip! It was a slice of paradise in the midst of a Peruvian village. The owner Kika and his wife couldn't have been more welcoming or helpful. The meals were amazing...the best we had while in Peru. We went zip lining and on the tour of the coffee plantation and thoroughly enjoyed both! Machu Picchu is a short train ride from the lodge....I would recommend spending the night in Agua Caliente in order to have more time at Machu Picchu, then head back to the lodge the next day and enjoy the nearby hot springs...the one thing we didn't do, but other guests at the lodge highly recommended. I have stayed in 5 star hotels that didn't measure up to the Eco Quechua Lodge. We will go back!!

Room Tip: They have open air rooms open to the river below as well as enclosed rooms with private bath. The choice is yours and you can't go wrong with either!
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Carolyn S
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