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I did the 3 day/2 night excursion and wish I could have stayed longer! Everything was perfect. The guides were friendly and knowledgeable, the cooks who made the meals did a wonderful job, the accommodations were a great escape from everything. I felt safe with...More
We have just visited Peruvian Amazon rainforest. We traveled from Iquitos and stayed at the Maniti Lodge. They are simply great. We are not big explorers or camping experts, They arranged everything beforehand via phone and email. The guide (Edwin) was extremely knowledgeable. He picked...More
I went on the 4d/3n Ayahuasca retreat. The place in the jungle was very clean, the food is amazing and the staff is the best. Rene our guide went above and beyond to make our experience wonderful. He is a kind man raised in the...More
I did not stay at the lodge! But following the half-native and jungle-born guide Asunción, aka Ashuco, for a week the actual Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve where the mighty Amazon river emerges was my wildest and most authentic jungle experience so far. Growing up in the...More
I went on the 3 day / 2 night Amazon Jungle Tour staying at the Eco-Lodge. What an amazing experience! Our guide, Rene, was wonderful - very informative and he spoke very good English (my Espanol was nada!).
The food was excellent, well prepared and...More
US$236 - US$299 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from judithlevitt | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I would not asvise strollers going in. The access to tge boat is tricky and the path to the accomodation consists of planks, mud, sand and plant life. In the night walk to see the sunset over the tree tops there is no... More
Hi. I would not asvise strollers going in. The access to tge boat is tricky and the path to the accomodation consists of planks, mud, sand and plant life. In the night walk to see the sunset over the tree tops there is no way a child or baby will make it. There are swamps and it is really dense jungle. Even the guides had a hard time and they ended up rowing pairs of us in a little boat through a very tight creek to get through. Maybe a back pack carrier would be ok on the monkey island trip but other than that it would be difficult with young children. Hope this helps. ☺
Response from ManitiExpedition | Property representative |
he tours normally begin at 9:00am on the first day and end around 5:00pm on the last day. If you have a flight that arrives to Iquitos on the morning of your tour, we can pick you up at the airport and transfer you directly... More
he tours normally begin at 9:00am on the first day and end around 5:00pm on the last day. If you have a flight that arrives to Iquitos on the morning of your tour, we can pick you up at the airport and transfer you directly to the jungle (there is no problem if you arrive after 9:00am). Also, if you have a flight that departs before 5:00pm on the last day we will be sure to have you back to the airport in time for your flight.
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"You are allocated your room. There is a separate hammock room and dining room with a sitting area."