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My wife and I went on a trip of a life time to the jungle of Amazonia, Perú, near Iquitos. It was made special from the very moment we stepped off the plane being welcomed by our guide Carlos. He was to be our teacher...More
The lodge is approx 80 miles by river from Iquitos, covered in 3 hours in a very fast boat ( 200hp engine), with an optional “ rest stop” if needed.
The lodge is built on stilts next to the river, with only the sound of...More
I was a little apprehensive about staying in the jungle for 3 nights, after a bad experience in another country earlier this year. However, I was comfortable my entire stay at Muyana Amazon Lodge. Our room was spacious, clean and even had hot water (which...More
Our stay at Muyuna was incredible the last few days in Jan 2018. There is nothing I would change about my experience. We have pickups to and from the airport (which I was not expecting), our guide constantly went above and beyond to show us...More
Food - high quality, volume and variety St breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also provided fresh fruit to snack on during the day
Room - comfortable and quiet. Hot water was a nice surprise. We fell asleep one afternoon, and woke up an hour later with...More
When I went to Muyuna Lodge, I payed for everything in one package. Whether I chose to go fishing every day, go on a jungle hike or just hang out in the bungaloo, it was all paid for. I assume it is still done this way... More
When I went to Muyuna Lodge, I payed for everything in one package. Whether I chose to go fishing every day, go on a jungle hike or just hang out in the bungaloo, it was all paid for. I assume it is still done this way. Perhaps somebody else can shed even more light on this question if I am wrong. Hope this helped!