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Austin, Texas
Reviewed 4 August 2015

My friend and I stayed at the lodge for 3 days and 2 nights, and it was the best part of my trip to Peru! Our guide, Carlos, was amazing. He taught us so much about the Amazon and made sure we got to see everything that we wanted (sloths, dolphins, etc). Even though there was a decent amount of...

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Cairns, Australia
Reviewed 30 July 2015

The lodge itself is very basic, the rooms are just rooms with beds, a place to sleep. There is no electricity, just candle light at night (although if you need to charge your cameras they will turn on the generator for you). Although at night you can hear rats scurrying around, I actually saw one. The rooms connect to a...

Thank Jess D
Reviewed 19 July 2015 via mobile

I'm doing a big trip in all south America! And after few guide and trek in the jungle I can tell you that this was the bast! First of all the guide "Raul" was so awesome! He had a big experience in the jungle so he really know where to see all the amazing animals and he had a lot...

1Thank shai g
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

The lodge is really nice and big enough to chill out in the hammocks that are available. The food is really good and the people very friendly. The guides are very good and know a lot. They are also open to whatever you want to do. This is definitely recommendable. We enjoyed our trip a lot and I think you...

1Thank Bjo R
Reviewed 20 June 2015 via mobile

I arrived in Iquitos and went to the Jungle the day after not really knowing what to expect. But what an amazing time I had, Raoul (The Smaller one, there's two!) was our guide & he was just the most amazing man, he's from the jungle himself & still lives there, he showed me around his home and I met...

Thank Harleyxannasor
Reviewed 4 June 2015 via mobile

It was a really good experience and knowledge of the guide is amazing. All meals are included. On the trip we didn't have to pay for anything extra, all was included. There was some things that was a little anoing like there was no place to watch the sky, and the toilets smells a bit, but there are toilets the...

Thank Kasper A
Reviewed 1 June 2015 via mobile

I stayed in the lodge for 5 days and likes almost every part of it. Raúl is very nice and has lots of knowledge about the nature. He told us so much bout the animals and their behavior and locations, plants and their medicinal or other use and the local people and their culture I saw many birds, spiders (tarantulas),...

Thank Maartendirk
Antwerp, Belgium
Reviewed 27 April 2015

Unfortunatly we selected the wrong tour. Exploring the Amazone was something I looked forward to for a long time. Of course it is nice to be in the green lung of the world, but the lodge was awfull. It isn't maintained at all. It's dirty (cigarette buds is the shower, moldy mattresses, ....) and half of the lodge was flooded....

1Thank Lynn D
Walter Segundo P, Gerente at Chullachaqui Eco Lodge, responded to this review

While we are in the winter season it is the constant rains and rising river. Part of the house was flooded, right! Such is the nature and against it can not do anything. So we worked with the rooms that were not flooded; maintenance and cleaning is done by the staff of the house daily, we understand your concern, and...

Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 April 2015

We spent 4 days in the lodge and had the most amazing and unforgettable experience, swimming close to wild pink dolphins, seeing sloths and baby cayman as well as getting to hang out and chat with local people. Our guide Carlos was extremely knowledgeable and was always happy to fit the tour around what the group wanted. The lodge is...

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Cape Town, South Africa
Reviewed 21 April 2015 via mobile

I can't see how you can proclaim yourself as an eco lodge, practising sustainable tourism, while your guides take sloths out of their trees and TAKE THEM AWAY TO THE LODGE. There all the tourists picked up the poor sloth(WITH HER BABY) and took photos with her. She was clearly distressed as she clinged on to a pole. Along with...

2Thank andre4adventure

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
"At Chullachaqui Eco Lodge, you will have the opportunity to experience all the beauty and mystery of the Amazon - Our guests achieve a deep and meaningful rainforest experience." An Amazon jungle lodge, we are located in primary rainforest, nestled along on the banks of the Rio Tapira, a tributary of the Amazon River. To reach the lodge, you will travel along the magnificent Amazon River, 97 kilometers up river from Iquitos (about 60 miles and 2-hour speedboat ride), to reach our serene and mystical jungle paradise.Here, biological diversity is at its richest, Pink dolphins (Boto) rule the river and lily pads grow as big as small pools. We are committed to the preservation of the Amazon and practice sustainable tourism.We practice sustainable tourism and are committed to preservation of the Amazon River and Amazon Rainforest. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Chullachaqui Eco Lodge

Address: Raymondi 138, Tamshiyacu, Peru
Region: Peru > Loreto Region > Tamshiyacu
Price Range: RM660 - RM1,151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Chullachaqui Eco Lodge 2.5*
Number of rooms: 12
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“larger rooms in the back of the property have their own bathrooms”
  • Bathroom, toilet with no seat
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 of 5 bubbles cockers2luv, 6 Jan 2016 | Read review
“they're all pretty much the same, if your doesnt have a mosquito net you can ask for one”
 of 5 bubbles jdevvv, 29 Jul 2015 | Read review
“Travelers should know going in that this is a lodge in the middle of the Amazon jungle -- there is no electricity, no hot water, and there are occasionally mosquitos and frogs wishing to keep you company. However, a five-star resort with full amenities would be an insult to both the people who live here and the natural beauty the Amazon has to offer.”
 of 5 bubbles JessicaB39, 4 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Pay the extra for private bathroom as the bedroom is bigger too”
 of 5 bubbles whizzyuk, 16 Aug 2013 | Read review
“All the rooms are very basic but they have nets. There is no electricity and drinking water must be taken from Iquitos.”
 of 5 bubbles Profi75, 8 Sep 2012 | Read review
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