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Libertad is a small village in the Iquitos area, Peru. Managed & operated directly by a community, the lodge offers a wonderful opportunity to explore the jungle while also experiencing rural life in Amazonia. Sincere & genuine.
My friend and I had many ideas of what we wanted to see while in the Amazon, and I think we got to experience all of it plus more! Frank, our guide, was very personable and friendly. He knew all of the great spots to...More
We spent a long time researching which lodge to stay at as there were so many choices. Can say without a shadow of a doubt that we made the right choice with Libertad.
We were picked up from our B&B in Iquitos by Frank our...More
I spent 5 days in the amazon jungle at the Libertad Jungle Lodge in March 2018 with two of my girlfriends. I was apprehensive at first, being without any reception for 5 days and knowing that the amazon hosts some of the worlds deadliest creatures...More
They say the journey is the fun part , but the journey to the lodge is the most painful and sorry to add not professional.
The car that came to pick us up from the airport was run down and could not travel at more...More
I and my friends stayed in Libertad Jungle Lodge for 3 days. The time we stayed there was the best experience for our travel in South America.
If you find a lodge in Amazon(in Iquitos), Libertad will be a best choice.
First reason is that...More
You need to find out if your country requires it in order to renter your home country. I’m not sure where you are traveling from, but I found the CDCs advice to be on point for Americans traveling to the region. The CDC has... More
You need to find out if your country requires it in order to renter your home country. I’m not sure where you are traveling from, but I found the CDCs advice to be on point for Americans traveling to the region. The CDC has great information for safe Peru travel.
Don’t forget to do everything you can to avoid mosquito bites. Yellow fever absolutely is present in the region of the lodge and other parts of the Amazon. As well as other mosquito borne illnesses such as dengue, malaria, etc. an ounce of prevention is worth much more than a pound of cure for these diseases.
Knowing this, we still chose to take our kids to the lodge. It was an amazing experience!