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Intimate Rainforest Bungalows along the Yanayacu River of Peru

Tamshiyacu, Loreto (Peru)

Intimate Rainforest Bungalows along the Yanayacu River of Peru

"We have spent 5 days at this accommodation with our super cool guide Eduardo and we enjoyed very much. He knows a lot about the animals and overall t…"

Chantal, guest in None
4 Private Floating Homes
2 guests capacity
Entire Floating Homes

Located in a small, secluded rainforest lodge, the bungalows are very comfortable with guaranteed observation of wildlife (monkeys, birds, sloths, pink dolphins, fish, caimans, etc.) You will receive personalized service and quality comparable to a luxury hotel, while experiencing environmentally conscious living. The lodge maintains a close relationship with San Juan de Yanayacu village, which benefits from ecotourism.

There are 17 bungalows of two, three, four or six beds, housing a total of 50 people. The bungalows have hermetically protected-mesh screens on the windows and roof, but the rooms still maintain privacy. Depending on the needs of the guest, single bungalows, double or matrimonial bungalows, and family bungalows, etc., are available. Each cottage also has a full, modern ensuite bathroom. Each room has access to a terrace with hammocks overlooking the forest or the river, allowing for views of wildlife and colorful sunsets.

Dining - For food, we source as many local products as possible, such as fruits, vegetables and fish. The menu also includes non-vegetarian produce such as meat, eggs, pork, milk, chicken and fish. If you are vegetarian or have any dietary restrictions, please let us know in advance so that we can inform the chef. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in a buffet style. The menu is balanced between Peruvian and international food, so you can taste typical dishes in combination with new, mild flavors. Only small amounts of salt, sugar and oil are used so meals are light and healthy. Monosodium glutamate (Aji-no-moto in Peru) is not used at all in our dishes. There is also a fruit basket and a coffee table at your disposal.

Power Supply - There is no electricity in the lodge, but lamps in the units and hallways add a magical touch to the tropical atmosphere. Due to the low population density in the area, there are no antennas, therefore no cell signals.There is the ability to charge batteries of cameras and laptops during the afternoon using a small generator.

Features and Services

  • Pick-up/Drop-off
  • Shower
  • Linens and pillows
  • Deck/Patio
  • Toilet
  • Towels
  • Sink
  • Dining room
  • Dining table

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Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in: Flexible
  • Check-out: Flexible
  • No parties

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 7 days
Moderate: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.

Location & Surroundings

Tamshiyacu, Loreto (Peru)

Detailed location provided after booking


  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Meditation
  • Wildlife watching

Excursions are included in the price of reservation and are flexible so that you can create your own program. Once you have arrived you may coordinate with the guide, however some activities may be dependent on the weather and river level. For tour groups with particular interests (biologists, physicians, fishing, etc) there is also the option to create special excursions.

The excursions available include:
Walks to learn about medicinal plants and their uses
Walks to look for monkeys, sloths, mammals, etc. in their natural habitat
Night hikes to look for nocturnal animals (alligators, toads, frogs, insects, snakes, spiders and fireflies)
Usually done by boat or canoe for safety reasons
Visits to the community of San Juan de Yanayacu
Canoe trips along the tributaries and ten surrounding lakes
Piranha fishing in rivers and lakes
Early morning tours for bird watching
Swimming with the gray and pink dolphins in the Amazon River and lakes
Breakfast on the boat to enjoy the sunrise and dolphins jumping around
Camping in the virgin jungle
Visits to the beaches and islands of the Amazon during the dry season
See the Victoria Regia, the biggest aquatic plant in the world
Find the prehistoric bird "shansho"
Find the Crax globulosa (wattled curassow), a bird thought to be extinct and the only place in America you can see it!