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The perfect amazon experience, after researching where to stay in the Amazon we decided to pick Tariri as it had such great reviews and we were not disappointed! From the welcoming hosts Germano and Fabiola, to the delicious food and guided tours everything about the...More
Our stay at Germano and Fabiola's fabulous little lodge was the best part of our 3 weeks holiday in Brazil (and all of it was pretty amazing). We stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed every moment. The activities were entertaining and Germano was a great...More
Two adults and two girls aged 10 and 12 had a most amazing four nights and days in the lodge. Every excursion involved a fun boat trip through lakes, the Black Amazon and tree-filled creeks. We fed fishes to pink dolphins, caught piranhas and a...More
I really can't add to the other reviews. What amazing people in an amazing place. It is indeed a fortunate experience when you travel and a place and its people can touch your soul this way. Best to G and F.
Rooms are very simple, but very clean... I would like to know in advance there wouldn´t be warm showers!
Food is great, but only 3 meals a day, no flexible time. Breakfast at 8am, but tours start at 9:30. Lunche at 1pm. Tours start at...More
Response from Joyjit2013 | Reviewed this property |
Once in the lodge, it is only cash. You don't have internet to access you paypal account for that matter. Also, for any extra activity, you pay in cash. Hence I suggest you draw sufficient cash in Manaus before stepping into... More
Once in the lodge, it is only cash. You don't have internet to access you paypal account for that matter. Also, for any extra activity, you pay in cash. Hence I suggest you draw sufficient cash in Manaus before stepping into the jungle.
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"The rooms looked mostly the same just depending on the amount of people"