I'm late posting my review - I can pretty much agree with everything Dave from Ottawa says. My husband and I went in September - it was dry and humid, but tolerable (I'm from Austraila so I'm used to humid!). The lodge is eco-friendly and suitable to it's environment and, except for the cold showers at 4am, I have only great things to say about the facilities. The food was nice and filling but they don't cater a great deal for vegetarians. The bar of an evening was a lot of fun, a nice way to get to know your lodge neighbours and the guides. Our guide was Cesar (also from the Infierno community) and he was a superb guide. He was funny, very proud of his heritage and extremely in touch with the jungle. I can't thank him enough for the 4 fantastic days we spent at the lodge, or for the truly amazing photos he took with our camera through his binoculars. We were sad to leave the lodge and to say goodbye to Cesar, but not for too long - we had a 4 day trek to Machu Picchu to look forward to!
- Breakfast included