Tariri Amazon Lodge

Address: Lago de Acajatuba, Amazon River, State of Amazonas, 69450000, Brazil | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Lago de Acajatuba, Amazon River, is near Amazon Rainforest, Amazonas Shopping, Amazon River, and Atlantic Rainforest (Mata Atlantica).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTariri Amazon Lodge Amazon River

    Reviewed by top-of-the-hill

    Absolutely Fabulous Experience

    Reviewed Aug 31, 2013
    by (5 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    This was such a great experience. Peaceful location, no mosquitoes, fantastic food, beautiful setting!!! We loved our stay here. The food was the best we have eaten in South America. It was well presented, healthy and very tasty. The excursions (2 a day) were all worthwhile and informative. Stay here you will not be disappointed.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Tariri Amazon Lodge Amazon River

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Amazon River

    Amazon

    A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 27, 2014

    ... second of which could only speak Portuguese. He was a true jungle man, wearing only shorts and a t-shirt, no shoes needed. Our guides showed us trees that could be used for medicinal purposes such as tuberculous, malaria and headaches. We also found some tea trees, water vines and Acai berry trees.
    Tarzan time! Our guide used his massive machete to make a vine swing for us all. he showed us first and obviously made it look so easy. The Canberra boys went next, no ...

    The amazon

    A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 26, 2014

    ... Thanks for her heads up, Kate and I knew what to expect. Brilliance. So tasty, we may have accepted a challenge from each other to see who could finish it first....Kate won.
    On the canoe, which is the name for every and any boat in Manaus, we set off for the amazon. There were floating petrol stations for the boats everywhere. We started on the Rio negro river and drove about 5 minutes to the meeting of the waters-basically where the Rio Negro and ...

    Amazon!

    A travel blog entry by gatoruf12 on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... saw a big ole snake, sloth and a baby crock. Then we ate lunch. Then went to see a floating town. We ended with the meeting of the two rivers. The Amazon and the Negro rivers. The two rivers do not mix due to the temperature and currents. Made it back to our box hotel room. USA pre party ...

    Jungle trek

    A travel blog entry by luist on Jun 19, 2014

    ... As we were edging off the sloth was just too greener and plopped in the river (according to the guide they swim faster than they are on land). We then had mechanical failure so he flagged down another small kayak and left us with a paddle while he went all the way back to get more oil.. So it was the 6 of us floating in the middle of the amazon for 20 minutes.. Definitely one of the coolest experiences Iv ever had! Early night tonight as we have our amazon jungle ...

    Gateway to the Amazon

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 20, 2014

    ... than being the gateway to the Amazon there wasnīt much else on offer. This we found to be true, however reports that Manaus was a dirty and unpleasant industrial town we didnīt agree with. While it didnīt have much in the way of tourist attractions, it was a pleasant enough town with its own kind of charm.

    We saw the beautiful Teatro Amazonas and the impressive Palacio da Justica, but what we enjoyed the most about Manaus was the dock area, including huge ...