Muyuna Amazon Lodge
AddressAmazon River, 140 kms Upiver from Iquitos IquitosSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Muyuna Lodge is located 140 kilometers from Iquitos, up the Amazon River.
This is a small rainforest lodge, secluded, intimate, that GUARANTEES the observation of monkeys, birds, sloths, pink dolphins, fish, caimans, etc..
The bungalows are very comfortable, they have en suite bathrooms and terraces facing the river. As the lodge is small, the personalized service quality is comparable with luxury hotels.rnMuyuna maintains a tight relationship with San Juan de Yanayacu village, which benefits from ecotourism in the zone.rnrnMuyuna was designed and built by people from the community of San Juan keeping strict relation to the architecture. Since the level of the Amazon and its tributaries can vary a few feet, is constructed on stilts.
The rooms are fresh and are hermetically protected-mesh screens on the windows and roof. There is a large dining room for socializing and hammocks to enjoy the leisure time. Muyuna Lodge is a small and intimate lodge. Distribution is done according to what the customer needs (single bungalows, double or matrimonial bungalows, triple bungalows, family bungalows, etc.).
In addition, each cottage has a full ensuite and modern bathroom. All rooms have a terrace with hammock overlooking the forest or the river where you can see, for example, dolphins swimming in flood season.
Check in time is 9.30 am
Check out time is at 16.00 pm
Cancelation policy is 2 weeks before.
The minimum stay is 2 nights.
We accept cash and credit card
we accept groups (more than 9 pax)
we dont have paypal or moneybooker
Services & facilities
- Airport Transfers
- Breakfast Included
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