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My friend and I did the 3 days and 2 nights at the lodge. I was pleasantly surprised that it was a private tour so the activities were acommodated to our liking.
We had Dennis as our primary tour guide and he disclosed to us...More
I absolutely loved my experience in the Jungle lodge with this company. Ashuco was an excellent and caring guide and his constant sunny smile and expertise made this an incredible trip. The food in the lodge was fantastic, home cooked and plates were always cleared...More
Thank Sinead G
Response from Rick P, Manager at Maniti Expeditions Eco-Lodge & Tours IquitosResponded 18 September 2017
Hello Sinead G,
On behald of Ashuko and all the staff at Maniti Expeditions we want to thank you for choosing us for your vacation in Iquitos. We are very happy to know that you enjoyed the food during your excursions as we have worked...More
I brought my family of 9 people (5 over the age of 60) into the Jungle for this tour. We spent 10 days in Peru, 2 full days in Iquitos, 5 in Cusco, 3 in Lima, and the highlight of our trip is definitely the...More
We were met at our hotel your guide Shuka and taken directly to the pier and onto a boat for the 2 hour trip to the eco-lodge. The lodges are basic (as intended), comfortable and well screened in. We were taken on hikes both daytime...More
Toured from 20/01/18 -23/01/18 on the 4 day, 3 night 'Maniti Odyssey' trip. Travellers were myself (20 year old Male), two females of similar age and one 40 year old female. We are all from Sydney, Australia.
Personally, I enjoyed this trip immensely. It is...More
Response from judithlevitt | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I would not asvise strollers going in. The access to tge boat is tricky and the path to the accomodation consists of planks, mud, sand and plant life. In the night walk to see the sunset over the tree tops there is no... More
Hi. I would not asvise strollers going in. The access to tge boat is tricky and the path to the accomodation consists of planks, mud, sand and plant life. In the night walk to see the sunset over the tree tops there is no way a child or baby will make it. There are swamps and it is really dense jungle. Even the guides had a hard time and they ended up rowing pairs of us in a little boat through a very tight creek to get through. Maybe a back pack carrier would be ok on the monkey island trip but other than that it would be difficult with young children. Hope this helps. ☺
Response from ManitiExpedition | Property representative |
he tours normally begin at 9:00am on the first day and end around 5:00pm on the last day. If you have a flight that arrives to Iquitos on the morning of your tour, we can pick you up at the airport and transfer you directly... More
he tours normally begin at 9:00am on the first day and end around 5:00pm on the last day. If you have a flight that arrives to Iquitos on the morning of your tour, we can pick you up at the airport and transfer you directly to the jungle (there is no problem if you arrive after 9:00am). Also, if you have a flight that departs before 5:00pm on the last day we will be sure to have you back to the airport in time for your flight.
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