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Carouge, Switzerland
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 31 helpful votes
Reviewed 9 February 2016

If you look for a real escape from all the hassle of modern life, this is the place to go. In the middle of the jungle, bordering a river, you will plunge and live in the nature. The wooden cabins are on stilts and you can choose between sleeping in hammocks or in beds, both equipped with very good mosquito nets. The cabins and the common bathroom are super clean, there is no hot water but you don't need it and there is no electricity but you don't want it !. At night the gas lamps scattered in the whole lodge give a magic sense, you really feel you are lost in the middle of nowhere and you will hear all kinds of animals sound, a real concert ! The meals are very good and the owners super nice...the But are minors, better said tips: the walk in the jungle was very interesting but too short, just half an hour, we would have liked to continue walking within the forest...there is no map of the area in the lodge and I would suggest to put one, as it is difficult to know where you really... More 

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Bad Aibling, Germany
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed 6 July 2010

It was a nice surprise looking at this lodge, just like a jewel in Delta Orinoco. Waro waro means Mariposa // Butterfly in the local language of Warao, a native people of Delta Orinoco. The owners show us how a simple lodge can be nicely decorated. You sleep in hammock and there are two bathroom and two toilets. Price is included food and 2 excursions/day. The veranda is huge and made from woods and overlooking to Delta Orinoco. The mosquitoes at 6pm are nervy, just bring long sleeves shirt, long pants and repellent and stay in your hammock covered with mosquito nets then you'll be fine. More 

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Address: San Jose de Buja, Tucupita 6401, Venezuela
Region: Venezuela > Guayana Region > Tucupita
Number of rooms: 2
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“Ask for the last bungalow, if you want to be all alone in the jungle but it is the furthest from the bathroom”
 of 5 bubbles wandat468, 9 Feb 2016 | Read review
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