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Doncaster, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Malocas jungle was paradise for my husband and I. If you want to have time out with no electric/ internet this is the place. The staff were so kind and caring, they were there to tend to all our needs. Our guide Mateus was amazing. We trekked far into the jungle, ate food cooked on a camp fire, slept in...

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Budapest, Hungary
Reviewed 28 October 2015

If you want to spend a few days in the Amazon Jungle and not afraid of beeing without internet and elctricity this your place to be. The lodge offers great outdoor programs. I have participated in several jungle walks, boat trips, piranha angling, cayman watching and catching. The rooms are very basic but you will not spend your time there...

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Graz, Austria
Reviewed 21 October 2015

We booked this trip directly from our hotel in Manaus, so it was very spontaneous but everything worked out perfectly! Bruno (perfectly english, french, portuguese speeking) the owner of the camp picked us up directly from the hotel and took us to the Malocas Jungle Lodge. ( partly by car, partly by boat) We stayed in simple but nice and...

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Coventry, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 July 2015

My girlfriend and I found out about the Malocas Jungle Lodge browsing the Lonely Planet and were immediately intrigued by this remote place with no electricity. We booked a 3 days/2 nights package and Marinilda gave us all the information we needed: the interactions have been very smooth and relaxed. We were picked up from our hotel in Manaus, made...

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Cher Guest, Nous vous remercions pour vos commentaires suite à votre séjour à Malocas Lodge. C’est avec grand plaisir que...

Region of Murcia, Spain
Reviewed 2 July 2015

The location was gorgeous, you could breath peace everywhere! Not having electricity gave a plus of relax, a deeper connection with nature, that was what i was looking for, going to such a remote place. The staff was wonderful, from Maria the cook and her delightful dishes cooked with such basic ingredients yet incredible taste, to the guides Reimundo and...

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mmgodde, Proprietário at Malocas Jungle Lodge, responded to this review

Dear Guest, We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at the Malocas Lodge. It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback. I will share your comments with our team. I am sure that this feedback will serve as an encouragement to all of our staff as we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services. Thank...

Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed 4 February 2015

My experience reflects somewhat the previous recent comment posted here. I somehow regret not to have read them earlier to have a better picture of what I could expect. The plus of the experience (4 days and 3 nights) - The jungle and the river. Ok this has nothing to do with this lodge but it is really worth going,...

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Warsaw, Poland
Reviewed 31 August 2014

Malocas is an experience in itself and you need to be warned about a few things before you book and go there - so that you are prepared and can enjoy it fully. First of all, it is completely in the middle of the jungle - you are taken by boat 1,5 hours from a small town of Rio Preto...

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Brasilia
Reviewed 9 September 2011

We stayed at Malocas Jungle Lodge for four days (three nights), on what they call the Scorpion package (with one night of survival). Just as a general disclaimer for our review, we are a very easy to please couple: all we ask is that a place is clean and we are treated fairly. Things like not having hot water or...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
e Malocas Jungle Lodge is an ecological hotel located along the ‘Rio Preto da Eva’, one of the many tributaries which dive into the Amazon, the longest river in the world.In order to go until this isolated piece of paradise - located in the heart of the biggest reserve of biodiversity - 3 hours are necessary (car and dugout canoe).In the Malocas, you may let the sun wake you up, and the nature deliver its treasures. You’ll enjoy the meals offered by the nature and listen to the stories and adventures told by the Caboclos by candle light. Simple and luxuriant, the jungle will recharge your batteries and will charm you thanks to the many activities we suggest: discovery of the Amazonian fauna and flora, walk in the jungle, piranhas’ fishing, alligators’ hunting, meeting with the natives, discovery of medicine plants and indigenous practices, survival nights in the jungle, birds’ observation, ballad in dugout canoes, swim in the river…Our guides are Caboclos or Indigeneous, all jungle natives. They speak Portuguese, English, and French.The Malocas belongs to the reknown gastronomic places in Amazonia, where you’ll experience a cook made of delicious Amazonian fishes.Looking forward to welcome you in the ‘lung of the earth’,Bruno & Marinilda. ... more   less 

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Address: Baixo Rio Preto da Eva s/ no | 1h30 en pirogue de Rio Preto da Eva, State of Amazonas 69057590, Brazil
Region: Brazil > State of Amazonas
Price Range: $114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
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