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Sinchicuy and Tambo Yanayacu Lodges

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Sinchicuy and Tambo Yanayacu Lodges

I have just booked a 4 day/3 night Iquitos jungle tour with Peru Interact and although last year I had a wonderful Cusco tour with them, i do not know very much about the jungle lodge or lodges they suggested to me this year. The thing is that I have a few days to spare after a conference mmeting in Lima and I wanted to experience the Amazon Rainforest in a place where the usual crowds of photo-safari tourists may not be found. So my friends in Peru Interact suggested this 4 day/3 night tour in Iquitos jungle which includes one night stay at the Sinchicuy Lodge and three nights at the Tambo Yanayacu. I first thought of Explorama but I realized that it is more likely to find swarms of 'gringos' at their lodge and resort. I definetely preferred something smaller, quieter, and a guide that could talk to me without shouting and call me by my name. So my expectations are great regarding the lodges I have chosen with the help of the travel agency but I would be glad if someone had some comments about these places too. I should be going to Iquitos in less than a week, so please make your comments fast.

Angels Amazon Adventures
Nature & Wildlife Tours, Eco Tours, Sightseeing Tours
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Cultural Tours, Walking Tours, Eco Tours, Sightseeing Tours, Nature & Wildlife Tours
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I went to Iquitos a couple of years ago and I stayed in Sinchicuy 2 nights. My sister and mom came along too and just as you are we did not know what to expect of a jungle lodge in Peru. It was wonderful! The lodge staff was vey nice, the facilities just like one of those summer camps we went to when we were children, very simple huts but clean, comfortable and safe (cold showers are great in such a hot climate). The food was amazingly delicious, I think I even gained some weight eating fresh river fish, salads, fried bananas and papaya. The place on which the lodge has been sited is surrounded by plants, flowers, palm trees and of course birds and butterflies roaming about. We got to go to the other lodge I believe the one you mentioned Yananacu or something, it was also beautiful, smaller but deeper in the forest. The guide and all the staff were great. So all in all a very nice and fulfilling experience. Trust your travel agent!

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2. Re: Sinchicuy and Tambo Yanayacu Lodges

Thanks Marjorine, your comments have brought peace to my concerned mind. Yes, what I want is a crowd-free place where I might be able to sense the jungle life.

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