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Moscow, Russia
Reviewed 2 November 2014

A few words about Otogongo Lodge 100 km from Iquitos Once in this magical place, I immediately feel part of pristine nature surrounding me sounds created a vibrant atmosphere of unity! And it was still only the first day, after which I went with guides for a few days to live directly in the Amazon Rain Forest! Sensations acquired in...

2Thank Arhelios
Sint-Joris-Winge, Belgium
Reviewed 23 October 2014

Where people breath water (the humidity is almost 100%) ... There, deep in the Amazone, close to Oran village (do visit Oran!!) you find Otorongo Lodge. A friendly owner (Anthony), a fantastic guide (Walter) and a wonderful staff. If you like swimming pools, internet, wi-fi, shopping malls: don't come here!! But if you want to learn about nature, searching for...

Thank Roeland W
Reviewed 21 October 2014 via mobile

Good food, relaxing surroundings in the jungle and an amazing guide (Luis). Spent three days there with fishing, trekking and the jungle, watching dolphins and visited the local village. Rich bird life in the area. I can highly recommend this lodge. But expect the primitive and relaxed life in the jungle. No wifi and telephone signal, so a perfect place...

Thank THL-DK
Delanson, New York
Reviewed 11 October 2014

I have not visited their lodge, but am very familiar with the owners. These are two of the dearest, sincere, truly ecologically concerned individuals you will meet. Their sincerity is only matched by their experience and knowledge of the ecology, and what they promote. If you are looking for a truly appreciative experience, on a jungle adventure, than this would...

Thank Larrybarry1966
Reviewed 2 October 2014

Stayed for 5 nights here, The accommodation was quite comfortable and the staff friendly. Our guide Edison was fantastic and we made good friends with him. The food was pretty good, plenty of it, we just wish there was some more fresh local fruit to try besides bananas. We saw plenty of animals and were glad to stay the 5...

Thank Tyneil N
Raleigh, North Carolina
Reviewed 27 September 2014

We were very disappointed with this lodge and the guide who was assigned to us. We expected it to be hot and humid, but this lodge was too rustic for the price. Sincé staying there, I´ve been told of several other facilities that cost less and offer more. The best thing about our stay was the food as the dinners...

4Thank cheriv123
Anthony G, Propietario at Otorongo Expeditions Jungle Lodge, responded to this review

Thank you for your opinion. The guide who was with you has been relieved of his duty with us. He had proven to be a very negative person that would do the minimum to get by. Yes there are cheaper lodges and maybe slightly nicer but you would sacrifice plenty of wildlife observation opportunities and a real experience. the lodges...

Sanford, North Carolina
Reviewed 26 September 2014

Had a great time staying four days in April. The lodge picked me up from the airport and took me to Iquitos where I met my guide and he took me around to some cafes and sights downtown. Next we got on an boat and took a ride for about an hour and stopped at a local rum distillery. It...

2Thank dking211
Reviewed 22 September 2014 via mobile

I believe all creatures naturally have a sense of nature but human beings are too much distracted and have gradually lost touch with the nature. Staying at Otorongo draws me closer the nature again. Even the tropical rains sounded like symphony. The log house contains guest rooms and a common area where fellow travellors can enjoy meals and socialize. The...

Thank debbieman
Reviewed 22 September 2014

Otorongo may be known for its lodge experience, but if you are the adventurous type looking for a rewarding challenge, I would recommend one of their long hikes through the jungle. On their website, Otorongo lists some of the hike options. I did the Oran-Piedrot-Oran hike for 5 days/4 nights. There wasn't any backtracking - the hike went due north...

1Thank Andrea M
Fargo, Georgia
Reviewed 20 September 2014 via mobile

Being met in Inquitos, with transportation to Otorongo by fast or slow boat was a wonderful experience. I chose the slow boat of 5+ hours to enjoy the experience. With one stop where I noticed the Amazonia Victoria lilies, I had an advance opportunity to see these amazing plants, And sample alittle jungle alcohol. The hammock in the boat allowed...

Thank lois1117

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NOT A LUXURY LODGE, NO FANCY WINE NO HOT TOWELS, THIS IS THE AMAZON RAINFOREST AND RIVER NOT NYC, ABOUT THE LODGE AND ROOMS + NEW Constructions / honmeymoon house and family house. All houses and rooms have daily housekeeping. Our Lodge is located 100 TRUE kilometers downstream Amazon River from Iquitos. We border the largest track of terra firme rainforest left in the world. Pick and choose what excursions you would like to do with your private jungle guide.The Lodge consists of two buildings, The large dining room has a 220v recharging station, library and a bar. The buffet serving table where you will find two hot thermos, one with REAL coffee (not instant)and the other with hot water for tea (in a box by the side). The long house is where the rooms are located and a relaxing hammock room in the back. Matrimonial, Double or Triple Room each with private bathroom with flush toilet and running water. Rooms are protected by mosquito netting and an additional bed net, Thick mattresses, 12volt LED lighting (DIM LIGHTING) commode, shelf and table for convenience. Bring a flash light! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Otorongo Expeditions Jungle Lodge

Address: Putumayo 163 | dpto 203, Quebrada Oran, Peru
Region: Peru > Loreto Region > Quebrada Oran
Price Range: $121 - $202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 12
Also Known As:
Otorongo Expeditions Hotel Iquitos
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“We had a bungalow suite which was amazing!”
heidio330, 1 Feb 2017 | Read review
“private cabanas available for couples”
hjs12016, 16 Jan 2017 | Read review
“There's two separate, more private, bungalows”
ToRo-Porsch, 9 Jan 2017 | Read review
“If you go off season there is a new "apartment" they built. Every room is the same and surrounded by the jungle.”
  • The walkway along the lodging house.
boathavencaroline, 27 Dec 2016 | Read review
“Everything from single rooms to stand-alone cottages. No air conditioning so bring a small battery-powered fan.”
  • Our cabin was large and bright with bath ensuite
785jeannier, 12 Oct 2016 | Read review
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