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Wake up in the morning to monkeys and birds at eye-level from your private treehouse in the Amazon canopy. This lodge, accessible from Iquitos in Peru’s north Amazon river basin, provides a truly special once-in-a-lifetime experience of camping out in the treetops surrounded by the wildlife of the most spectacular biosphere on the planet.
Despite being suspended meters above the forest floor, Treehouse Lodge has all the luxuries of a lodge back down on the ground. Each treehouse bungalow is private and intimately personal, and of course open to the elements. There is no distance between you and the forest here, so brace yourselves for a true adventure.
Perhaps the perfect beginning to a day at Treehouse Lodge is setting out on a boat at sunrise to reach the Amazon River through its tributaries. Enjoy breakfast on the boat while observing the pink and grey river dolphins, keeping eyes peeled for other encounters of sloths, monkeys, iguanas and a colourful array of birds.
Travel by dugout canoes, a popular mode of transport amongst indiginous communities of the Amazon river, and fish for piranhas providing a fresh side dish to your evening meal. Learn about the medicinal benefits of plants in the amazon, and uncover the sacred relationship the people here sustain between the individual and the earth.
All jungle cruises, treks and explorations are included in a stay at Treehouse Lodge, giving you the freedom to choose what you desire to see and experience when you arrive. Nighttime walks and nature tracking is an exhilarating way to uncover the wildlife of the forest, and rest assured you’ll be joined by guides who know this area incredibly well.
Treehouse Lodge is set in a pristine 345 acre jungle reserve, uniquely characterised by elevated walkways winding above the waters and jungle floors. Follow glowing tiki lanterns towards the bar and common area for an evening relax and journey back up high to rest in the comfort of vast beds high in the treetops.