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We spent 3 days at Tariri. The food is delicious, all cooked by Fabiola. she bakes fresh bread and cake each day.
Nixon took us out on a range of activities which we both enjoyed. Unfortunately we were very bad at catching piranha and the...More
We are a family of four (two parents, two young adult children) who just returned from a wonderful trip to Tariri Amazon Lodge. The accommodations were quite clean and comfortable, and the homemade food made by Fabiola was healthy and delicious. Germano took us on...More
I do not have a lot of experience with the kind of "wilderness tourism" offered by the Tariri Amazon Lodge, but I honestly do not think it can get much better than what is offered at this place.
The hosts are very attentive and kind....More
Tariri family offers you a super chilled out vacation with the best food you can imagine.
Germano and Fabíola, the owners, are dedicated and ready to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
The 'cabanas' are simple and spacey! They have great hammocks and bed!...More
We are a family of 3 with a13 year old boy. He loved interacting with the wildlife, swimming and jumping off the deck. Germano and his family are great hosts and make you feel a part of their family. The food was great and we...More
Response from Joyjit2013 | Reviewed this property |
Once in the lodge, it is only cash. You don't have internet to access you paypal account for that matter. Also, for any extra activity, you pay in cash. Hence I suggest you draw sufficient cash in Manaus before stepping into... More
Once in the lodge, it is only cash. You don't have internet to access you paypal account for that matter. Also, for any extra activity, you pay in cash. Hence I suggest you draw sufficient cash in Manaus before stepping into the jungle.
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"The rooms looked mostly the same just depending on the amount of people"