Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Visit The Amazon and Stay In a Treehouse

If you want an unusual experience ... even more unusual than visiting the Amazon (see details on our river cruise on my travel blog - read bottom to top) .... how about accommodations in a treehouse?

Treehouse Lodge is located at the confluence of the Cumaceba and Yarapa rivers. It has eight bungalows which are connected by hanging walkways that radiate from the central lodge, all 25 to 65 feet above the jungle floor. The accommodation prices include transfers to and from the Iquitos airport and three meals a day. Also included are walking excursions, bird watching, canoe trips and searching for the elusive pink river dolphin.


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