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My girlfriend and I spent a week there in the spring of 2017. Luis Torres was a truly exceptional guide. The facilities were comfortable and the food was good. My only complaint concerns the owner, Solvei. She was not physically present at the lodge at...More
We stayed five days at the Siona Lodge and from the beginning we were welcomed and treated like in a family. The hosts Miguel and Paola are really kind and cared for our wellbeing all the time.
Our natural expert and guide Luiz shared some...More
We spent 4 nights, 5 days here recently and we had the best time all thanks to our guide Luis!
The lodge is great for all types of travelers and they are super accommodating and flexible. The staff are so sweet and do their best...More
Difficult to get there (for us a flight, overnight bus, smaller bus, and boat ride) but worth it. Lodge is nestled on a spit of land in the Amazon river basin, which allows for boat and walking trips through the jungle. We had a great...More
Perfect in every way. Terrific service, friendly staff, good food, nice rooms. It's relatively small, so felt more personalized. Every day and evening included an exploration activity with our guide, Luis Torres. He was incredible, a walking encyclopedia with an ability to spot the tiniest...More
Response from buzzinaround | Reviewed this property |
One of the guests went a little bit into the forest on the trail to look at birds in the morning. There is a trail into the forest that goes right off the property but I'm not sure how comfortable I'd be walking on it alone.
Response from falanglao | Reviewed this property |
The treks aren't terribly difficult, but you can ask for the short trail to be sure you're not walking for hours. You should be prepared for insects, wear long sleeves and long pants and a hat. Be sure to get up early for... More
The treks aren't terribly difficult, but you can ask for the short trail to be sure you're not walking for hours. You should be prepared for insects, wear long sleeves and long pants and a hat. Be sure to get up early for the birdwatching boat ride and bring binoculars if you can. The guides are excellent, so take advantage of that.
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"If you are solo and want a room alone, you need to pay a supplemental fee."