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Vienna, Austria
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Honestly I am not a big fan of guided tours and wouldn't have done one- if I had a chance to do the Amazonas alone- but this was the best tour I ever did! From the booking till the end! Walter gave all informations we needed for the tour. The transportation and housing was working fine. People in the lodge...

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This company isn't just trying to make money but they want to show you the beauty of the jungle and how people and animals live there. Most of the people involved in the company grew up in the jungle and for me it felt like their biggest goal is to show us their world. And this is what made the...

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Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

I stayed in the lodge for 2 nights 3 days and loved it. My guide, Walter, was amazing and made the experience. Walter loved the amazon, and his job. We swam with dolphins, caught Paraná, saw sloths, iguanas, monkeys and birds. The accommodations and very relaxing with hammocks and down time. The food is very good, much better than I...

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Santiago, Chile
Reviewed 5 February 2017

A friend recommended Chullachaqui Lodge to us, so this is why we decided to go here versus the many other options in the area. We opted for the 5 day / 4 night stay so we would have the best chance of seeing many of the rare animals in the area, and we were rewarded on a constant basis. An...

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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Reviewed 29 January 2017

I stayed in the chullachaqui Lodge 2 nights 3 days. The lodge is simple and sometimes you find some spiders and other insects in your room, but that was exactly what I was searching for., the view from the lodge is very pretty! The staff is very friendly, the food is simple but good and more sufficient. The best about...

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Bangkok, Thailand
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

The only good thing on this lodge were the tours into the jungle - even my guide tried to hook up with me and the sexual harassment, he knew a lot about the jungle...so this was the good part of my jungle experience. There are no words for how disgusting the "eco lodge" was. Eco should not stand for dirty,...

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Huanchaco, Peru
Reviewed 28 January 2017

Decide for this company, cause was recomended in the hostel. The owner Walter told me a lot of special stuff about the accomontation, food and tours. The only think its true was the tour (cause got the best guide). The facilities on this place was the worst ever. Want take a bath in the Amazonas and go for toillet in...

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Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

I don't like how the company sells things - too much words and advertising but actually unorganized work. However, it's the jungle guide Raul who made our trip unforgettable. He was born there and grew up there, told me a lot about people's life in the jungle, took me to his village and his home, met his family. Compare to...

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Victoria, Canada
Reviewed 2 October 2016

My partner and I travelled to Peru in March of 2016, and wanted to experience the Amazon rainforest! We had spoke to a few people on our travels and lots of people recommended Iquitos, Peru. It sounded like a really cool place as you can't get to the city by land, only by boat or plane. We opted for the...

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Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

We (4 girls) stayed in the lodge for four nights and had an unbelievable time in the jungle. I guess the amount of animals you will be able to see depends on your luck but the walks themselves are a great experience. Our guide was Raul and his knowledge and love for the jungle made our stay an unforgettable time!!...

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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: €139 - €303 (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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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”
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.”
JessicaB39, 4 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Pay the extra for private bathroom as the bedroom is bigger too”
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.”
Profi75, 8 Sep 2012 | Read review
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