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Jr. Sargento Lores 171 Yarapa River, Payorote 16300 Peru
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Treehouse Lodge - the only all-inclusive lodge of its kind in the Amazon Rainforest - is an all-inclusive, luxury lodge located in Iquitos, Peru. Come stay with us and you’ll see the rainforest from an entirely new perspective. You’ll never forget the experience of watching monkeys and birds at eye level every morning you wake up. Your stay will include a private guide, meals prepared by a private chef and all the excursions you can fit into your stay.
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Katherin K wrote a review Jul 2021
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I would encourage anyone looking for a unique experience and a once in a lifetime experience to consider Treehouse for their next big adventure. Located about 2.5 hours (first by van, then by boat) from Iquitos, Peru, this lodge is the only one in the area that allows you to stay in treehouses. Pros: - unbelievable views and experiences - all activities are included in the cost of your stay - the food is five star quality - the staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating Cons: - you are in the middle of the jungle so there is a 100% guarantee that you will encounter some creepy crawlies (might not be an issue for all but that was the only 'con' I could come up with!) This was an amazing experience and the most unique adventure I've ever been on! It was wonderful to unplug for a few days and get to explore the Amazon Rainforest. The staff was very accommodating and kind, we were able to visit a nearby village, fish for piranhas, and relax in luxury treehouse accommodations. Our guide (Amado) was very knowledgeable as he grew up in the area and kept us safe and entertained through our entire visit.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Bradintz wrote a review Jul 2021
Chinchero, Peru131 contributions51 helpful votes
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If you’re considering… do it!!! Upon our arrival at the Iquitos airport, we met our guide Amado. He was immediately willing to offer up his knowledge about our adventure, and was very friendly. We drove about an hour and 1/2 to Nauta and from there hopped on a speed boat for about an hour or so that took us to the Treehouse Lodge. Hugo our boat driver was excellent, and he helped transport us on all of our excursions on the water during our stay. We were greeted by Martin, with fresh camu camu juice (oh my yum!!). Martin would be our primary waiter, bartender, and main lodge host during our stay. Like Amado, Martin was very friendly and knowledgeable. Our group reserved three different tree houses spread across the beautiful property. My husband, myself and our 19 year old daughter stayed in treehouse #4 (casa grande) which was set on a beautiful fig tree. It was gorgeous and spacious! We were closest in our group to the main lodge, and had no bridges to cross (only stairs). But we had a lot of fun checking out the canopy, walking across the bridges, and visiting other tree houses during our stay. The food was gourmet - every meal was a nice surprise and we ate too much because it was sooo good. We had a nice variety of meats (fish, chicken, beef), potatoes, rice, vegetables and various sauces (we loved the jungle tomato sauce!). We packed in a variety of excursions during our stay - which we scheduled the first night upon our arrival. These included nighttime caiman spotting, sunrise with dolphins and bird watching, feeding monkeys, fishing, making blow dart guns, visiting a village, seeing giant lily pads, holding a sloth, and a night time jungle walk. We also hung out quite a bit in the main lodge, enjoying afternoon naps in the hammocks, playing cards and reading. It was a beautiful place to relax. Amado and Hugo were excellent guides on the water, helping us to spot birds and even find a sloth up in the tree canopy. Amado knew all the bird and vegetation varieties and taught us a lot. He had binoculars for us to use and he was even able to call some birds into view (he knew their distinct calls). Making the blow dart guns was so much fun too, and we learned the Treehouse lodge makes them authentically - this activity took a few hours. Fishing was a riot. We ultimate caught four red bellied piranhas, which we kept and ate, one silver piranha (which we threw back because it was a small juvenile) and many many tiny catfish, sardines and other varieties of fish. We saw so many different varieties of spiders, beetles, and other insects, it was incredible. The foliage was thick and unlike anything I’ve seen elsewhere. Amado taught us a lot, and was also knowledgeable about life on the river, in the villages and local customs. What a majestic and beautiful landscape. This was a once in a lifetime experience and o highly recommend Treehouse Lodge and our guide Amado for your Peruvian Amazonian adventure!
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Tiffany R wrote a review Jul 2021
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If staying in a treehouse on the Amazon River is on your bucket list, this is your place to be. We went at the end of July which is the dry season and “winter”. Well, as a woman from Minnesota, this trip was neither dry nor winter. However I do still recommend this season for anyone used to four seasons. It was in the 80-95° range and very humid the whole time. Clothing does not dry naturally and you sweat just by moving…and sometimes just by sitting. My expectations going into a treehouse Amazon jungle stay were very open to adventure, good service, and wanting to be in nature and The Treehouse Lodge hit and exceeded those expectations. This is a treehouse resort that included all food, non-alcoholic beverages, and any tour guide led adventure you could pack into your schedule. There were many options for you to to pick from for sunrise, morning, afternoon/sunset, and evening. You can describe what your must have and nice to have adventures are firm their list of options and they’ll put together a combo that best suits you at the appropriate time of day. Adventures here that we took advantage of were: Caymen spotting…this was fun. First I enjoyed being on the River. You travel by River for almost every adventure. Hugo is a highly skilled spotter for all things in the animal (mammal, reptile and bird) kingdom(s). As Hugo and our guide Amado were spotting we followed their lights but could see nothing. Imagine a group of 5 looking like a bunch of cats following a laser pointer. Hugo spotted the first Caymen but he hid below the water quickly. Eventually he spotted #2. We started out a ways and got closer and closer and eventually we got so close we could see his whole head and neck with our naked eyes though the body was under water. He was estimated at 3-4 feet long and 3-4 years old. Next there was a sunrise boat ride along with bird watching (though they also did dolphin spotting). There are gray and pink dolphins. Be aware the gray will play and breach so you can see their backs and dorsal fins. However the pink dolphin are more shy and illusion. You will see the come to the surface and may see a dorsal fin but they do not breach like the grays. I could not tell the difference between skin colors from a distance. I could only tell by the behavioral breaching or not. The after breakfast morning activity was seeing a wooly monkey who was being rehabilitated and reintroduced to the wild. She was very social and hung by her tail over the boat from a tree to get banana chunks from the boat. We each were able to feed here by extending a long pole from the boat with the banana on the end. We were so lucky to see her! We also went fishing and caught a handful of Piranha, fresh water sardines, catfish, and other fish. We got sooo hot on this trip. But it was worth it! An activity we enjoyed in the evening was dolphin, bird and monkey spotting. We saw maybe 100 squirrel monkeys playing and hopping around in the trees. The dolphins were pretty active playing in the afternoon. Maybe more so than the morning. Then we went to this island that had thousands of birds flocking to it for the evening. Let me tell you…Parakeets are freaking loud! My watch yelled at me because the decimals were too high as we sat in the River watching and listening. I was transfixed watching all the birds. We saw and heard dozens of varieties of birds between the sunrise and evening boat trips. The next day we slept in and our morning activity was making blow dart guns. It’s actually hard work! But it was so fun and you feel a sense of accomplishment creating a real live gun and darts and then shooting a target. Amazing. This is not just a souvenir but an actual blow dart gun. Don’t worry. No poisonous tips and we didn’t shoot at each other! Our afternoon adventure was going to a local village, buying some hand made items, seeing a capuchin monkey, drinking yellow coconut water and the highlight was seeing a daddy and daughter three toed sloth duo. We were able to hold them and they were so sweet! I had tears in my eyes I was so amazed by these creatures. This was the hottest I was the entire trip. I was literally dripping with sweat. But again, it was worth it. In the evening we did a short jungle walk looking for bull frogs. This was cut short because we had some friends a little freaked out by all the jungle critters and noises. We probably got a good 30 minutes in seeing many spiders, poisonous ants and frogs, two bullfrogs, an enormous gorgeous dragonfly, many plans and parasites that look like plants, some fungus, and more. There were some more adventures offered but we didn’t have time for them, unfortunately. I’m sure all of them are just as memorable as what we got to see. Now the food. Dear heavens, we did not starve and everything was delicious. For breakfast we had a couple kinds of breads, a couple meats, a type of egg (varied by day..omelette or poached), cheese, fruit, fresh fruit juice (also varied by day..pineapple, kuma kuma spelling?, papaya). Lunches and dinners were varied and delicious. Various vegetables, meats, potatoes and all were just as good as the last. My favorite was the fish wrapped in a jungle leaf. It was a catfish which I didn’t know til afterwards which was good cause I may have been worried. Let me tell you this was a meaty, steak like whitefish that was incredibly tender and filling. It was phenomenally seasoned and I’d eat it every day it was so good. The lodging was breathtaking. How can you go wrong with seeing the sunrise and sunset from a treehouse?!? I chose the tallest and smallest treehouse, #6. 95 stairs and one swinging bridge to get there and back to the lodge each day. Wow. Let me just say that I’m not creeped out by insects and spiders but there were others in the party that were. Housekeeping took good care of them and escorted them to their room each night and took care of any offending spiders. There were many types of spiders including tarantulas, wolf spiders, scorpion spiders, tiger spiders, and others. There is no way to prevent some of these friends from visiting, but each night housekeeping does a sweep to clear our and out some incense inside to help control them. The lodge and treehouses are netted and you have mosquito netting for your bed. It’s as comfortable as you could expect sleeping in the Amazon jungle. There were holes in the netting in places that could be repaired, but let’s be honest, even if all visible holes were Repaired there’s a zero percent chance you can keep this friends outside all the time. In addition, they will be in walkways and on other adventures, and let’s face it…you don’t go to the Amazon jungle and expect no critters. If you do, this is not your vacation, and you’ll miss out on the experience of a lifetime. I will forever remember this trip in all its glory and wish I would have spent another day. I stayed 4d,3n so we had 2 full days. We arrived late and did Caymen spotting and left after breakfast on the last day. This was enough for 5 of our group. Not enough for two of us. I could be there another day or two and maybe even repeat activities hoping for more species to observe, but that’s just me. 1more day and I wouldn’t have repeated activities though.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Timothy H wrote a review Sep 2020
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Leave the down towns wild bars. Come to tree house for a great steak dinner, actual tree house like ambience- and most importantly being treated like family. Rachel and chandler treated us so well - could not have felt more at home while having a romantic dinner. *** not for those who don’t like socializing and being friendly
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Judith K wrote a review Feb 2020
Pukekohe, New Zealand245 contributions60 helpful votes
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We were met at the airport and taken by van and boat to this amazing location. We were impressed with the treehouses, it is a spectacular feat of engineering, that these rooms are built high up in the tree, as well as the swing bridges that connect them. We were a bit disappointed with the first treehouse we had as it was too close to the restaurant and main hub, we wanted to feel like we were in the middle of the jungle. To see and hear the birds and monkeys. The manager arranged for us to be moved to a more remote treehouse. This was just amazing, it overlooked the river and we had a balcony that we could sit on and view the river and jungle around us. The restaurant served great food - not big servings but we prefer a smaller gourmet meal than to have a huge helping that makes you feel weighted down. The waiting staff were extremely helpful and polite. What made this fairytale a reality for us, was the exceptional guide and driver that we had. The guide spoke excellent English and had an encyclopedic knowledge of the area. The driver took us down secret creeks off the main river, that fed into a bountiful lake teeming with wildlife. We were here when the water was at mid level, so we could go on the boat through water pathways, that meandered around trees. They went beyond the call of duty to take us to places to see more wildlife, to make our trip a dream come true.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Treehouse Lodge
What are some of the property amenities at Treehouse Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Treehouse Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Does Treehouse Lodge have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Treehouse Lodge offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Treehouse Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.