Amazonia Guest House

Address: Camelias 409 S/Juan, Iquitos, 065, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Camelias 409 S/Juan, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Quistacocha Zoo, Belen, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Iquitos

    Iquitos

    A travel blog entry by michaelsudlow on Jun 17, 2015

    6 photos

    ... around Iquitos, complaining about the humidity and sorting our lives out on the internet before we headed into the deep, dark, and dangerous Amazon jungle. Our river boat actually turned out alright to be fair, and imigrations on Santa Rosa was an interesting experience, having to wade through 200m of amazonian water and slush to get our passports stamped and lend a randomer 5 reals. But we made it to Tabatinga successfully and safely which was the main ...

    Iquitos

    A travel blog entry by harriet.worth21 on Jun 17, 2015

    6 comments, 10 photos

    ... We saw a jaguar, parrots, monkeys, snakes, butterflies and much more. The scenery is beautiful and it's made me excited and v nervous to venture further into the Amazon. We leave on a 10 hour river boat to Tabatinga (Brazil) tomorrow, where we will then catch a plane to Manaus to embark on our Amazon 'survival' tour. As this is my last day in Peru, I must say it's been great but really looking forward to ...

    Amazon's World of Water, Hallucinogens, and Moses

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 02, 2015

    8 comments, 14 photos

    ... deliberate destruction wrought by colonists. The holiest places for the native populations of Chile and Peru were buried, sometimes literally as in Cuzco, under cathedrals and presidios.

    Of course, you could say the same for the indigenous religious traditions of the native tribes in North America, too…

    This is a more direct and obvious form of the nearly universal global tendency of aggressive religious traditions to take over and supersede ...

    Day 257: Iquitos, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 24, 2015

    95 photos

    ... swim in raw sewage in the Hudson River... Only this is the real deal. When we returned from our boat trip, Colleen left and Simone and I walked around the market some more. I had some ceviche with fresh amazon fish and a crab and it was pretty delicious. I bought a pocket knife for US$3 and tons of different fruits to try. I'll be honest, I did taste the dried monkey meat. It wasn't very good. It was chewy and salty and the thought of what I was doing was pretty disgusting. I ...

    Amazon 1

    A travel blog entry by margyandpaul on Feb 14, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... or 16, it is easy for them to have 10 or more children. One man in his 70s told us he had 80 grandchildren, though he wasn’t sure exactly how many, and couldn't remember the name of the one with him. It’s common to see women squatting along the river washing their clothes or bathing the children.

    The houses are all built on stilts, since the river can rise as much as 40 feet, bringing snakes and other vermin ...

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