Reserva Natural Palmari
Lonely Planet review
Reserva Natural Palmari is on the south bank of the Javari river, overlooking a bend where pink and gray dolphins are often seen. A slew of activities and outings are possible, from trekking and canoeing to sport fishing and zip-lines up in the canopy. The lodge receives a number of large groups; you may want to ask how many people will be at the lodge when you are (and adjust your schedule accordingly).
Our independent authors have visited Reserva Natural Palmari and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Amazonas.
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