Rio Grande Hotel

Aquirre 793, Iquitos, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Iquitos

Day 67 - Amazonia

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... waiting of us at the airport. We also met Clavel, a young girl from Iquitos who is doing an internship at the lodge. Jaco is originary from an Amazonian tribe, the Omagua who do not exist as a tribe anymore, but his parents still live in the jungle. He's got a lot of experience but he is very humble about everything. We guess it is because a lot of his knowledge comes from his ancestors. He is one of the guides who takes teams from ...

Jungle here we come, mosquitos prepare yourselves!

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... tree rustle and out popped a load of monkeys - we're going to try and see them from the ground shortly - our final sighting was a sloth that initially looked quite like a termite nest before it slowly started to move. As we pulled back into port, we were exchanging riddles with Raoul (also called 'the wolf' because of when he swam at night to catch an alligator) who was loving:
1) what gets wetter as it dries?
2) what gets bigger the more you take ...

'Deep in da jungle'

A travel blog entry by ninaandjack


... daunting when it is not pitch black. The four of us set off in a line - Jack, Commando, myself and Loco, Commando's cousin and our machete man/canoe man. He was really lovely and ran the lodge along with his sister and 17 year old wife. He was only 22. Loco indeed. They guided us through the jungle, hacking through with machetes in parts. Commando seems to know everything about the jungle and was showing us medicinal plants and plants that they use for ceremonies ...

The Jungle City

A travel blog entry by purple_merc


... round the corner for cheaper :). We stayed the night in Pucallpa AKA mosquito-ville. Then we to the port and straight away organised the boat. The boat was a large cargo barge with 2 floors to hang hammocks. The boat was called "Eduardo V". We got told last minute that the boat was not going to leave till the following day, so we slept a night on the boat at the port.

The following 5 days we lived in a hammock travelling up the amazon river eating ...


A travel blog entry by mattandelisha

... Arriving in Lima it was almost 20:30, our driver was waiting so we went to find him and went straight to the car. We hadn't eaten for about 8 hours so we were feeling really low on energy. We arrived at the hostel took our bags to the room and went straight next door to the bakery. This bakery was also a cafe/restaurant with awesome looking cakes, rolls, turkey, quiches and sandwiches. We got two different slices of quiche and some slices of turkey. The turkey was so ...


This hotel, located on Aquirre 793, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Belen, Quistacocha Zoo, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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