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Winnipeg, Canada
Reviewed 3 January 2017

As a group of five avid birders/ naturalists from Canada we stayed at the famous Amazonia for 5 days in November 2016. Our tour leader was a former owner of the lodge and knew the fauna and trails like the back of his hand. Accommodation was basic but comfortable. One building has built-in modern showers, the other had showers located...

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St Ippolyts, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 November 2016

An interesting location with lovely grounds and trails. A good bird watching place. We encountered some heavy rain whilst staying here so spent quite a bit of time watching birds from the lovely terrace that overlooked the garden with feeders that attracted hummingbirds and a variety of other birds. However, the rooms were not particularly great. The walls had the...

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Boxford, Massachusetts
Reviewed 16 October 2016

We came here with a guide, in fact he was a member of the family that owned the lodge prior to selling it in 2016. You have to take a boat to cross the river and then it's a short walk to the lodge. A fabulous setting. Lots to do on the lodge grounds as far as nature watching goes....

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Raleigh, North Carolina
Reviewed 23 August 2016

I had read the other reviews before we visited, so I was expecting pretty basic accommodations. It would be worth it for the fabulous birding. Hmmmm. I don't think the place has seen a lick of paint since it was originally built. The bedroom had 2 single beds, and an end table. A bare lightbulb on the ceiling lit the...

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Niceville, Florida
Reviewed 16 May 2016

Comfortable, rustic lodge located on a former tea plantation. It was reached by a 15 minute boat ride down the Madre de Dios River. Rooms were comfortable. 24 hour electricity (unusual for an Amazon lodge) was provided by a hydroelectric generator--except that the generator went out midafternoon one day and was not restored until the next morning. The staff provided...

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Maryland
Reviewed 22 November 2015

The rooms are very basic and clean. The bathrooms are in a separate building but have flush toilets and hot showers. The food is very good considering you are in the middle of the jungle. We had a problem with bats in our room which was promptly taken care of when we notified the owner. The birding is 5 star...

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West Glacier, Montana
Reviewed 23 October 2015

The lodge is rather rustic but very comfortable and clean. Each room is basically furnished with very comfortable beds. There are two different room units with nice verandas for watching birds and relaxing. A personal welcome and drink were provided upon our arrival and snacks were provided mid day. Power is generated by a hydro-electric generator so there is 24...

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Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 25 September 2015

The room and food were fine and the birding on lodge trails was exciting. The downside were the chiggers of which we were warned. Tucking in your pant legs and using DEET did little to prevent the little mites from feasting on us, with devastating results. You don't feel the bites, but next morning you are covered with many welts...

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Bern, Switzerland
Reviewed 1 August 2015

We visited the Amazonia Lodge during our Manu Park Exploration and spent two nights there. You'll find basic accommodation (some 5 rooms in the main building) with five shared baths (all of them having showers with *HOT* water!). The rooms are very clean, we were provided snacks for the day and the lady was very flexible with our breakfast needs...

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Marrowstone Island, Washington
Reviewed 16 February 2015

My second time was even better than anticipated. I had remembered the friendly folks, the great birds and trails, but I had forgotten how good the FOOD is. The kitchen crew is a wonder and can make almost anything one asks for. For birders and other nature lovers, this Lodge could be your second home.

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Address: Manu, Manu National Park, Peru
Region: Peru > Madre de Dios Region > Manu National Park
Price Range: $84 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 15
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“The rooms in the buiding closest to the restaurant have in-room showers.”
 of 5 bubbles RichJohnStan, 3 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Believe there are only six rooms with en-suite facilities.”
 of 5 bubbles StIppolytstraveller, 8 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Surprisingly few bugs in general, but there was a time or two where we came upon an area where bug-spray came in handy.”
 of 5 bubbles timz979, 16 Oct 2016 | Read review
“There are 2 buildings with rooms - one has small rooms but bathrooms in building, the other larger rooms with bathrooms out back.”
 of 5 bubbles JFloss, 22 Nov 2015 | Read review
“Request a room in the main unit, as they are bigger and have a nicer veranda”
 of 5 bubbles pioinfo, 23 Oct 2015 | Read review
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