The physical facilities of this lodge are impressive. The rooms, open to the jungle, provide a peaceful setting to relax and/or sleep. The main lodge is spacious and the food was very good.
We saw a few capybaras along the river banks both going to and coming back from the lodge, and we saw a couple of cayman by flashlight on the way to the lodge after darkness set in. Some monkeys were in the trees when we visited the farm across the river. The few birds we saw were way up high or off in the distance making it difficult to appreciate. But where were the butterflies and insects?? Even the night walk into the jungle using flashlights turned up but on small tree frog! I realize there is no guarantee when looking for creatures, but I was really disappointed at the lack of excitement in this regard. Are some of the other lodges better choices in this regard? Not sure.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Posada Amazonas is a 30 bedroom lodge owned by the Native Community of Infierno and managed with Rainforest Expeditions. Thanks to its accessibility, excellent wildlife observation opportunities, cultural context and comfortable accommodations, Posada Amazonas is ideal for a two night introduction to Tambopata's rain forests. It is located within the territory of the Infierno Community, built within the 2,000 hectare, private, communal reserve, which in turn is directly adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve. Posada Amazonas was selected to be among the Best Eco Hotels in 2014 by Gogobot. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Posada Amazonas Hotel Tambopata National Reserve
- Posada Amazonas Peru/Tambopata National Reserve