7 de February de 2017

Jungle Lodges – Manaus

Amazon Ecopark Lodge

Amazon Ecopark Jungle Lodge is a privately owned tourism complex and scientific and educational enterprise, operating since 1991, lodging facilities opened in 1995.


Amazon Jungle Palace

The Amazon Jungle Palace, has two guiding principles: concern for the environment and first class service to visitors. A guest of the Amazon Jungle Palace experiences the energy and vibration of nature in the middle of the Amazonian rainforest in tandem with all the comfort of deluxe hotels.


Amazon Village

The Amazon Village is classified by EMBRATUR the Brazilian Tourism Authority as a “Special Ecological Lodging”. The Village has a central “open air” lounge/restaurant surrounded by bungalows.


Amazonat Jungle Lodge

The Amazonat Jungle Lodge is 160 km / 99.4 mi. from Manaus, in the midst of the Amazonian rainforest. A private reservation of 5,000 hectares / 12,355 acres with an additional 5,000 hectares under reclamation.


Amazonia Golf Resort

Amazonia Golf Resort, a daring project where nature and golfing come together. The project contemplates the replanting of several trees in the forest clearings needed to build the hotel.


Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge

Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge a member of the prestigious Brazilian organization “Roteiros do Charme” similar to “Relais & Châteaux” is a small and exclusive jungle lodge in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.


Ariaú Amazon Towers

Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge a member of the prestigious Brazilian organization “Roteiros do Charme” similar to “Relais & Châteaux” is a small and exclusive jungle lodge in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.


Pousada dos Guanavenas

Pousada dos Guanavenas, at the island of Silves, the main lodge conceived in 1980 by Severiano Mário Porto, has won an architecture prize. Built like an indian “oca” the central communal building of several Brazilian indian tribes.


Juma Lodge

Juma Palace, is the typical place of the Amazon, which best corresponds to the images that one can see. The lodge is well hidden in the forest and its owners are committed to the preservation and conservation of the 3,500 hectares of forest that surrounds it. In this part of the forest live 40 family of ribeirinhos, which could be translated by the people of the river


Malocas Jungle Lodge

The word “maloca” in the Brazilian indian language means “dwelling” for more than one family. The inside of this oval shaped building is divided in different sections. The Maloca Jungle Lodge carries this concept and a number of services together under the same roof.


Tiwa Amazonas Ecoresort

The heart of the resort consists of a beautiful building, built entirely of wood and covered with palm roof.