Posada Amazonas - Tambopata

Posada Amazonas - Tambopata

Comunidad Nativa Ese´eja - Río Tambopata - Tambopata - Tambopata - Madre de Dios

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Posada Amazonas is a 30-bedroom rainforest lodge perfect for your first taste of the Amazon’s natural wonders. These lodges cannot be booked as hotel, but as Tour packages.

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Posada Amazonas is a 30-bedroom rainforest lodge perfect for your first taste of the Amazon’s natural wonders.


Just a 45-minute boat ride from the town of Puerto Maldonado, this spacious lodge offers an excellent combination of convenience and comfort with outstanding opportunities to see Amazonian wildlife, all during a short break of as little as two nights.


Quick facts about Posada Amazonas
 

  • Raised Boardwalks - Five wings of 6 rooms connected by raised boardwalks.
  • Private Bathrooms – All of the bathrooms at Posada Amazonas are private and have hot water.
  • Wellness Center – Posada Amazonas contains a wellness and holistic center for massages and aromatherapy.
  • Community Owned – Posada Amazonas is owned by the indigenous Ese-Eja community of Infierno and managed in partnership with Rainforest Expeditions, Posada Amazonas is located within the Ese-Eja’s communal reserve, next to the Tambopata National Reserve.



Posada Amazonas Lodge Amenities
 

  • Natural Construction – An airy lodge built from traditional materials such as wood, palm fronds and clay.
  • Rooms – 30 bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, and a common area including for dining. Bedrooms are separated from one another by light cane fencing, with drapes instead of doors. Rooms are private but not soundproof.
  • Electricity- A generator is turned on once a day to recharge batteries for guests or lodge facilities. At night it is very dark, so we recommend good flashlights. Light is provided by numerous kerosene lamps and candles.
  • Communication – Posada Amazonas is in daily contact with our offices in Puerto Maldonado and Lima via internet, satellite phone and hf radio.
  • Mosquito Nets - All rooms have mosquito nets on beds, bedside tables and a rack of clothes hangers.
  • Jungle Views - Bedrooms open out onto the surrounding rainforest, allowing guests to enjoy this unique ecosystem even on their downtime, with wild animals, including monkeys, often visible from the lodge.
  • Hot Water - Showers have hot water.



Posadas Amazonas Activities
 

  • Canopy Tower – Our 30 meter scaffolding canopy tower gives you spectacular views of the vast expanses of standing forest and the Tambopata River. You will have good chances of spotting toucans, parrots or macaws
  • Lake - We will paddle around the Tres Chimbadas on a catamaran, looking for the resident family of Giant River Otters and wildlife such a hoatzin, caiman or horned screamers.
  • Cultural Activities – Visit an ethnobotanical trail, and a working farm.
  • Extra Activities- Community Visits, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Canopy Climbing, Wellness Center.



Posada Amazonas Wildlife


Despite being relatively close to Puerto Maldonado, the Posada Amazonas offers ample opportunities to see wildlife and experience the Amazon’s rich ecosystem at firsthand, including:


Monkeys such as:

  • Saddle Backed Tamarins
  • Squirrel Monkeys
  • Brown Capuchin Monkeys
  • Red Howler Monkeys
  • Dusky Titi Monkeys


You can also see wildlife such as:

  • Parrots at a clay lick.
  • Parrots from the canopy tower
  • Giant River Otters
  • Caymans and capybaras on the river banks



Meals at Posada Amazonas Lodge


We provide self-serve three course meals at Posada Amazonas. Meals consist of soup or appetizers, salad, main course, and desserts combining Peruvian and international cuisine. All fresh fruits and salads are thoroughly disinfected before serving. We also provide at all times unlimited amounts of boiled, filtered, cooled drinking water, coffee or tea and we provide fruit juices during the meals. If any visitor has special dietary requirements, we are happy to make individual arrangements, but please notify us.



How To Get To Posada Amazonas


To get to Posada Amazonas you must fly to Puerto Maldonado from Lima or Cusco on daily commercial flights lasting 45 or 90 minutes respectively. From the airport you are transported by bus to the Infierno River Port where you board our boats for a forty five minute trip to Posada Amazonas. Posada Amazonas is located a few minutes walk from the river bank.

 

These lodges cannot be booked as hotel, but as Tour packages including accommodation in bungalows, full meals, and excursions to the surrounding atractives.

The Tour packages for this Lodge are:

  • Posada Amazonas III (3 days)
  • Posada Amazonas Iv (4 days)
  • Posada Amazonas v (5 days)

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Posada Amazonas - Tambopata

Comunidad Nativa Ese´eja - Río Tambopata - Tambopata - Tambopata - Madre de Dios

 

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