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Valle de Kosnipata La Constancia, Manu National Park Peru
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#6 of 10 Speciality lodging in Manu National Park
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Emma wrote a review Apr. 2019
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Stayed for a total of 4 weeks and had the greatest experience here. Such a beautiful place with a very experienced manager who was happy to show you around and share his knowledge! Food was superb and the lodges where very cute. The perfect stay if you want to experience the amazon and really disconnect yourself with the busy world in the cities. I would recommend this 100%. Will for sure come back as soon as I can!
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Ryan W wrote a review Feb. 2017
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I stayed at Reserve Tierra Linda for a week and I wish I could have stayed forever. I plan to go back in a couple of months I liked it so much! It is an absolutely beautiful, peaceful place. The nature surrounding the reserve will blow your mind. So many butterflies and birds. I don't think I've ever slept so well in my life with the sounds of the jungle surrounding me. The owners are extremely friendly and Pablo is a great cook! You need to check this place out.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
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Jorge B wrote a review Nov. 2016
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If your are looking for an adventure in the amazon jungle, this is a place for you, I spent almost 2 months in Tierra Linda and is amazing. Deep inside in the jungle, away from everything we know as society. The projects really interesting. The people really fun. Pablo and Jose (the owners) such an amazing people, such a good friends. and the Reserve of Manu, the river, the pets, the forest, everything!! can't wait to come back!!!! the best opinion about this place!
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Date of stay: October 2016
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tessadesi wrote a review Jul. 2016
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In total we spent 4 nights in Tierra Linda and we wished we could have stayed longer! The short time we stayed here was impressive. Tierra Linda forces you to go back to basics, which makes your stay in the rain forest more authentic and makes you appreciate the surrounding area even more! The lodge is managed by Pablo, a (royal) Spanish idealist who built the lodge himself. You can get there by a local bus from Cuzco to Manu, which Ana (she manages the bookings) will clarify. After a six hour drive you arrive at another reserve where Pablo picks you up and drives to Tierra Linda. The river near the lodge is one of the most important factors, it is to be used for the dishes, flushing the toilet, brushing your teeth and as a shower/bath. There is no fridge, what means a limited supply of fresh food and no meat (as vegetarians we were quite happy with this), but Pablo is an excellent cook and everybody loved the two hot meals a day. When the weather is cooperating you can go for a walk and discover the surrounding area. We have seen many birds and other animals, and Pablo could tell us about illegal logging and how he is trying to bring back some important trees with reforestation. Our entire stay was great! And as a final tip, there is a pie shop in Pilcopata with amazing cakes!
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Date of stay: June 2016
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Arielle D wrote a review Jun. 2016
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If you're looking to be truly immersed in a jungle experience, this is the place. The facility was very simple, no running water or power. However, after traveling through the tourist traps of Cusco and the Sacred Valley, this type of experience was what we were looking for. After a 7 hour public transportation ride from Cusco, we arrived in Chontachaka and met Pablo and the rest of the volunteers. It's another 15 minute ride into the jungle and we walked another 10 minutes to get to the lodge. There is a river running right by the lodge and had a very nice natural swimming hole near by. There are also little hiking trails around the area that are easy to follow. What makes this place special are the people and volunteers. Ana was very helpful in setting up the reservation as well as the transportation (I had a very hard time finding transportation on my own). All our meals were prepared during our stay and you'd be surprised how much good food you can eat with no refrigeration! Pablo was very knowledgeable and helped us to get adjusted to the facility. He also had the cutest dog, Inti, who helped "guard" the area. We met some of the nicest volunteers from all over the world. We only spent 3 nights here and while it rained most of the time (what is expected when you're in the rainforest), it didn't stop us from visiting the local towns or going on walks. The efforts they make to help regenerate and protect the rainforest is amazing and I wish we were there longer and had sunny days to do some work!
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Date of stay: June 2016
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