Reception and bar: With comfortable sofas and chairs, perfectAmazon Village Lodge for relaxing before and after excursions, or a chat with new friends accompanied by a local drink.
Recreation Area: Large terrace where you can sunbathe, read and relax with nature.
Restaurant: Great atmosphere for experimenting our delicious cuisine, three meals are served daily, as well as snacks in between the different programs. The food consists mainly of local products, prepared by the Chef on location. Meats, fish and vegetables nicely decorated offer something for every taste. Plenty of tasty tropical fruits are always served to everybodys’s delight.
Apartments: There are 45 apartments, all with mosquito screens, two single beds, private bathroom with shower and veranda with a hammock, discreetly integrated into the natural surroundings of the tropical rainforest. The maximum capacity is of 90 guests in double rooms.
The Amazon Village Jungle Lodge takes you into the heart of the forest, where the scents, the sounds, and the sights are all at hand. Amazonia of the great travelers has always been like this.
This is how we wish your Amazonia to be.
In order to get a real feeling of the rainforest, one must leave the big city. The Amazon Village Jungle Lodge in the middle of the forest offers a unique opportunity for an unforgettable experience. Beyond the words, the scents, the sounds and the sights, forever in your minds.
*The City of Manaus, capital of the State of Amazonas. The city, marked by constructions of relevant historical and architectural value, inheritance of the golden period of the rubber boom long since passed. Manaus is best known for its opulent, splendorous neo-classical opera house. Cradle of the indigenous culture, expressed through its folklore and exuberant habits. Gateway to amazon jungle tours, ecotourism, amazon river cruises, adventure nature tours, brazil rainforest tours, tropical manaus and jungle lodge manaus within the largest rainforests in south america.
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