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* A traveler said: "The location was fabulous. The guides were wonderful. The excursions were fun and enjoyable. The staff took care of every need."
* A traveler said: "Very knowledgeable and helpful guides and staff. Food was divine, cabin was well appointed."
* A traveler said: "This is an amazing place stay, wonderful food, private villa with excursions and did a private fishing adventure catching piranha which included the chef and guide fishing out on the river and prepared your catch with all fresh fruit at a small village."
* A traveler said: "Our tour guide Daniel was really good. He was willing to go extra mile to fulfill guests' needs Got an opportunity to meet owner Carlos and his family. Very nice person. Our flight was an evening flight. He made arrangements for special drop off. Overall, good experience."
* A traveler said: "Tour guide was exceptional, the accomodation was lovely. We will be recommending this tour to anyone interested in a short trip to the amazon!"
* A traveler said: "Great location flexible itinerary really recommend. Great food amazing good given location. Atmospheric, good rooms ...."
* A traveler said: "It was only a one day tour so you cannot expect the same experience as if you take a week on the jungle. For a one day introduction to the jungle it is worthwhile."
* A traveler said: "Good value for delicious food, jungle activities, and my own thatched-roof cottage. The cottage took some insistence when the manager said they were gone. After saying four times that I paid for the room solely on the basis of the online picture (straw roof, not motel box), they were no longer gone."
* A traveler said: "It’s magical place. Our guide Franklin was great. Good, accommodation and attitude is just superb. The days were full of activities, never a dull moment."
* A traveler said: "This was an amazing tour. The guides were very helpful and spoke good English. Posada Amazonas was beautiful. Set in the middle of the Amazon Jungle with transport by river motorised canoe. The rooms were huge with 3 beds in the double room. We didn't have hot water, but it was so hot and humid outside it didn't matter. The dining room was huge with buffet meals that were varied and beautiful. There were many rainforest walks which were terrific, including the Observation Tower, parrot clay lick observation hides and night walks. We saw a lot of monkeys, birds and insects. The Oxbow Lake was very peaceful. Once again we saw many birds but the caiman and river otters were hiding the morning we were there. We did however have a lot of fun catching piranha on stick fishing rods. The guides took them off the hooks and threw them back. The visit to the Medicinal Garden was very interesting and informative, including tasting shots of the alcoholic medicines at the end. If we had more time it would have been good to stay 4 or 5 days."
* A traveler said: "Altough we were a bit anxious, due to the low price and lack of review. everything was absolutely OK. The lodge was nice, the food was delicious and our guide, Ray was the best. He is a local guy, born in the jungle, speaking very good English and he was very friendly. He told us a lot of interesting information about the nature and people living in the jungle. Highly recommended."
* A traveler said: "After being picked up at out hotel, we went straight to the butterfly garden as weather on the Amazon is quite unpredictable, I'm not an insect enthusiast by any means, but still found this part enjoyable. Afterwards we went to the Kukama tribe site which is a few yards away from the butterfly garden, after seeing their traditional dances there was some time to take pictures with the tribe and buy some of their crafts. Then we headed back to the river for our meal, the setting was nothing short of specatcular as we tied the boat to a neaby tree and proceeded to have lunch right there on the river, great experience! and a as vegetarian that found peruvian cuisine dissapointing, this meal more than made up for that, as lunch included some amazonian plants and vegetables and drank juice that was sqeezed right there on the spot, talk about freshness!!!... afterwards we proceeded to the Bora's site where we watched their traditional dances. Afterwards we headed back to our hotel. I want to make a special mention of our tour guide Elmer for an outstanding service, he was knowledgeable and very accomodating to our needs!... I highly recommend taking this particular tour!"
* A traveler said: "Fantastic service by guide Lucho. Explanation clear and caring. Have enjoyed the river trip and walks. Lots of birds, monkeys, flora and fauna. At the lodge, well taken care of, meals although simple yet delicious. Once in a life time must do. Love to be back. It's paradise. 👍🖐"
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