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After 200 kilometers on the Manu Road, a boat ride down the Madre de Dios river, we reached the Amazonia Lodge.
The Manu Road was an experience in itself. It's narrow--back up to let other vehicles pass narrow--pot-hole filled, muddy, steep-sided, scary and exhilarating. At...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More