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Ivy Mara Ey Lodge
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Reviewed 2 August 2013

Staying almost in the heart of Pacaya-Samiria Natural Reserve couldn't be more comfortable. We stayed in a double room. It had a shower, illumination for dark hours, comfy beds with nets and screens all around the lodge. During our stay there we didnt spot a single bug inside the room. Reading and relaxing in the hammock in the midst of all the sounds of the jungle is just amazing.
Our guide Evert was a real jungle expert, extremely friendly and helpful. We saw all sorts of animals and birds (as one would expect), went fishing and visited the Yamira community. The latter is also involved with turtle breeding and sustainable palmtree plantation.

If you're into sustainable tourism and want to support the local community rather than big companies, this is the lodge of choice. All the money from the lodge activities goes to improving the livelihood of the local community.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 July 2013

Staying at the Ivy Mara Ey was a life-changing experience! It is a magical place where you come to rediscover nature and your relationships with it. You are deep inside the forest, farther inside from all the other tourists because the lodge is the only one in the region that is actually inside the Natural Reserve area. You stay in bungalows that have very comfy beds, and very good toilets and showers. And everyday you are embraced with nature. We saw pink dolphins, plenty of monkey types, one tiger, masses of birds, among others. At night you hear a symphony of sounds that your never thought of and during the day your engage in plenty of activities. We went crocodile watching at night, climb palms to collect aguaje (palm fruit) went fishing and inhabitants that love their place. The guides are incredible because they know so much about the Amazon and are eager to share it with you. I can highly recommend!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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3  Thank Karin G
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Reviewed 11 June 2013

This was a magical stay in the middle of the Pacaya Samiria park. The lodges were perfect; very comfy beds, good showers, mossie-protected, hammocks for relaxing. The guides were fantastic; very genuine and friendly, and naturally very knowledgeable about the Amazon. We went canoeing, fishing, climbing palms to collect fruit, hiking in the forest during the day and night, and meandering along the rivers bird and monkey-watching. Plus a game of football and a few drinks in the nearby village. Couldn't recommend this more highly for anyone who wants to get away from the crowds.

Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
Thank Hugh D
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Reviewed 6 June 2013

The lodge is fantastic - in a beautiful and wild place, further into the forest than most tourists get. The facilities and food are great, and the staff really knowledgeable, friendly and do everything to make you feel at home. The canoeing trips, bird-watching and fishing were particularly fun and the guides know so much about the forest. Visiting the neighbouring village was also really interesting. A fantastic experience!

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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