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Jungle Lodge Comparison Chart



Our Amazon LodgesPosada AmazonasRefugio AmazonasAmazon VillaTambopata Research Center
Travel Time from Pto. Maldonado2 Hours3.5 Hours3.5 Hours 7 Hours (4 Hours from Refugio Amazonas)
(Approximately)    
Lodge Size18 Classic Rooms16 Classic RoomsPrivate Bungalow18 Classic Rooms
 12 Superior Rooms14 Superior Rooms  
  2 Premium Rooms  
RoomsLarge w/ Private Bathroom Large w/ Private BathroomLarge w/ Private BathroomSmall w/ Shared Bathrooms
Hot Water YesYesYesYes
WiFiCommon areas & Superior roomsCommon areas, Superior & Premium RoomsYesCommon areas
Guest-Guide Ratio10-110-1Private Guide6-1
ElectricityThree times a day at commun areas & Superior roomsThree times a day at commun areas, Superior & Premium roomsYesThree times a day at commun areas.
ClaylicksParrot Clay LickParrot Clay LickMacaw Clay LickMacaw Clay Lick
Oxbow Lake VisitYesYesYes Yes (at Refugio Amazonas)
Canopy TowerYesYesYes Yes (at Refugio Amazonas)
Cultural ActivitiesEthnobotanical Tour - Farm VisitEthnobotanical Tour - Farm Visit - Brazil Nut TrailBrazil Nut Trail CampBrazil Nut Trail at Refugio Amazonas
Soft Adventure ActivitiesAdvanced Reservations or Reserve on siteAdvanced Reservations or Reserve on siteAdvanced Reservations or Reserve on siteAdvanced Reservations Required
LocationInside a 200 acre uninhabited private community reserve, adjacent to the Tambopata National ReserveAdjacent to Tambopata National ReserveAdjacent to Tambopata National ReserveInside the Tambopata National Reserve
SustainabilityLodge is co-managed with Native Community of InfiernoIntegration with neighboring Brazil nut concessionGenerate benefits for a local familyMacaw research and conservation since 1989
Access to WildlifeGoodGood GoodVery Good
Minimum Length of Stay2 nights2 nights 2 nights 3 nights (one of them at Refugio Amazonas)
Children FriendlyYesYes- Educational Childrens TrailsYesYes


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