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Just returned from my second stay at the Yarapa River Lodge, my husband's first. There are several reasons to recommend it. The location is exquisite, just far enough from Iquitos, but not too far. The Yarapa River is small enough to be able to see...More
Just returned from our Peruvian adventure and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Yarapa River Lodge. We selected it, in part due to reviews that noted it is used by Cornell for students studying the Amazon. The lodge itself is built in local style which on...More
The Yarapa River Lodge is a really special place. The staff goes the extra mile to make you feel safe and comfortable. The rooms are very clean, the food is absolutely delicious and everyone is very helpful. Erikson, the naturalist guide we had there, was...More
My friend and I had a five night stay at Yarapa River Lodge. We were magnificently looked after from being picked up from our hotel in Iquitos to being taken back to the airport after our stay. To get to Yarapa River Lodge is about...More
My husband and I stayed at the Yarapa River Lodge during the low water season in September of 2013. From Iquitos, the lodge arranged to take us by car to Nauta (about an hour away), then we boarded their fast boat to travel down to...More
I have already stayed at Posada Amazonas Madre de Dios. It was wonderful for the Selva. This time round I want to concentrate on the river and time on the river. What can you offer? How do I get to you from Iquitos/ Iquitos Airport?
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"a choice of rooms with private or shared bath...shared is economical & certainly adequate, I enjoy the..."