LODGE

LODGE

Since 2016 AMAZONIA LODGE has new owners. Some private bathrooms have been installed and new trails are waiting to be explored. Amazonia offers excellent birdwatching !

MANU

MANU

Visit the Manu Biosphere Reserve – a Biodiversity Hot Spot near Cusco !

COCK OF THE ROCK

COCK OF THE ROCK

On the way to Amazonia you can see the famous Cock of the Rock, Peru's national bird, on the Manu road

MONKEYS

MONKEYS

Many different monkey species can be seen on the trails around Amazonia Lodge

PARROTS AND PARAKEETS

PARROTS AND PARAKEETS

Manu is a paradise for birdwatchers. Near Amazonia we visit a parrot clay lick on the bank of the Alto Madre de Dios River

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    • Robert and Nancy Dean dice:

      It is my really good fortune to have spent two weeks birdwatching in Peru with Ramiro Yabar – of Amazonia Lodge. The birding was excellent! Ramiro is a master guide. His skill is remarkable, his patience and dedication unsurpassed. By day 10 our total had passed 525 (including some of the toughest birds) and kept climbing daily because of his depth of knowledge of the birds of Peru. I would welcome the chance to travel with Ramiro to another area in Peru and hope to have the opportunity to do so. Seldom is a birding experience so rewarding and so very much fun!

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      • Steve and Joy Urban dice:

        “We only spent 5 days with Ramiro in the Cloud Forest and at Amazonia – our only regret is that we couldn’t have spent more time in his company. Ramiro’s personal guiding was brilliant – a real professional who helped me see dozens and dozens of birds I would never have spotted on my own. The warmth of the hospitality at Amazonia Lodge was wonderful – Nelly & Santiago (Mum and Dad) look after Ramiro and his guests so well, no wonder Ramiro returns home often!! The birding and wildlife opportunities are outstanding and a fabulous setting too. I hope I can return one day.”

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        • Susan Rice, United States dice:

          “During September 2001 four of us had a ‘trip of a lifetime’ birding in Peru guided by Ramiro Yabar. We went by van from Cusco to the Manu Cloud Forest Lodge and then on to Atalaya located on the Madre De Dios river. Over the next nine days then spent time at Amazonia Lodge, Pantiacolla Lodge, Manu Lodge, and Manu Wildlife Center with the river as our highway. Ramiro was ready to bird whenever we were and available 24 hours a day to us if we desired (sleep was optional). Ramiro is one of the best bird guides we have ever had the pleasure of birding with! We’re looking forward to returning again.”

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          • Eric L. Decker dice:

            “Our 15-day journey took us from the high Andes to the Madre de Díos River, through unbroken habitat that stretched as far as the eye could see. It was truly a memorable trip with over 500 bird and 8 primate species seen by the group. Our leader, Ramiro Yábar, has the amazing ability to locate and identify wildlife with his keen hearing and he also has the quiet patience to ensure that all group members were able to find and enjoy the wildlife as well. I would recommend this trip, and Ramiro as its leader, to all my birding friends.”

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