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Orinoco Eco Camp

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Salisbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 December 2016

Largely deserted but nevertheless still felt good. We were very well looked after in this fantastic camp. Accommodation was great, some of the rooms on the outside of the camp have the most amazing views over the river to the mountains. Clean, compact rooms. Food was excellent, there were 6 of us, 3 with special dietary requirements and all were...

Thank gramcan
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

We organised a three night two day stay Orinoco Eco camp through hike Venezuela. Highly recommend both the tour company and this place! Cosy and clean rooms right on the delta. The chefs are fantastic and the staff very welcoming and accommodating. Lots of mosquitoes so bring plenty of spray and loose long sleeved clothing! Beds have good quality mosquito...

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 22 August 2016

We went to the Eco camp of Orinoco as part of a tour of Venezuela (with Hike-Venezuela) and it was our first destination. Having worked like a mad man the few weeks before, it was a welcome first stop ! We spent 2.5 days there, relaxing in this beautiful lodge with birds roaming the place, a nice bed with mosquito...

Thank Christophe839
Reviewed 18 August 2016

2nt / 3 day Tour arranged with Hike Venezuela - good value for an all inclusive tour (except alcohol). NOTE!!! This is the Orinoco Delta, not the Orinoco River. You can get tours of the river from Ciudad Bolivar to see where the black and brown waters meet but don't mix. Safety: you are in the middle of nowhere, so...

Thank summer2016FTraveller
Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela
Reviewed 27 January 2016

you can book a Tour from Maturin, Puerto Ordaz or Ciudad Bolivar, they have 20 palm leaf cabins with moskito nets, you need to get by car to San jose de Buja and a boat from the Lodge will pick you up, they offer Full Day, 2 days or 3 days tour

2Thank Manfred-Tours
Ludwigshafen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Reviewed 20 July 2015 via mobile

I took the three-day-tour a couple of days ago. The people at the camp were very welcoming and the guides can tell you a lot about the Delta and the species that live there. My guide Carlos was just a terrific guy. They make great food, the camp is clean and the mosquito nets around my bed was intact. The...

Thank Jochen K
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 25 October 2014

If you are looking for a few days of completely chilled bliss amidst the more typical bustle and chaotic fun of Venezuela, this is just the ticket for you. The camp is built on wooden stilts sitting right above the Orinoco River, and feels like it is completely connected to the jungle all around it. A 20 - 30 minutes...

2Thank NickBracko
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 May 2014

I visited Venezuela at the end of Dec 2013. My trip was organised by the amazing Ben at Osprey Expeditions (A company I would totally recommend- they are brilliant!!). Towards the end of my trip I visited the Orinoco Delta where I stayed at the Eco Camp. I am a solo female traveller. I was picked up from the edge...

2Thank LRIzzy
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 May 2014

Stayed here for 2 nights,quite basic camp but in an excellent location. Great for wildlife and right next to the Orinoco river. Also good location for boat tours around the river. Staff very helpful and food good as well.

Thank Pollok1
Reviewed 4 February 2014

this company organized my tour in Orinoco and Canaima - they acted as a travel agent booking rooms in 2 places (orinoco and cuidad bolivar), flights and transports but they are not insured like travel agents : i had a problem in La Casita in Cuidad Bolivar - booked by Orinoco Eco Camp because of bad security issues in this...

2Thank laakk

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Address: Venezuela
Region: Venezuela > Guayana Region > Orinoco Delta
Number of rooms: 20
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“"rooms" are all all the same I think and differ only for the numbers of beds in it, not sure though if the ones on the left side have a river view, the right ones should have all.”
InternetUser42, 10 Jan 2012 | Read review
“Pretty sure any room you get will be looking onto the river and have a nice leaf door. It is hot and humid in the jungle and there are no AC units and walls just one big roof that hangs down below the floor, so sleeping outside is different to the usual hotel.”
LN9873, 8 Jan 2012 | Read review
“room is asigned to you, so just don't bother!!”
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