Amazon Tupana Jungle Lodge is on the Tupana River, in the middle of an ecological paradise that is the Amazon Rainforest. The all-inclusive hotel allows guests to view and encounter the Amazon’s exotic animal and plant life up-close.
The journey to the hotel begins with a boat ride across the waters, where the Negro and Solimões Rivers meet, followed by a scenic bus trip via the famous Transamazônica Road.
The Amazon Tupana Lodge offers charming and rustic accommodation that has been carefully planned to preserve the surrounding environment. Rooms feature a balcony with a view, a ceiling fan and a private bathroom.
Every morning a buffet breakfast is served, which offers a selection of fresh fruits, breads and cold meats. The on-site restaurant also offers a range of local and international specialties for lunch and dinner.
The jungle lodge is located 178 km south of Manaus and 204 km from the Manaus city centre. Eduardo Gomes International Airport and Manaus Bus Terminal lie 200 km away.
Transfers from and to Manaus. (approx.a 3 hour boat and bus trip each way, leaving 07:00.)
For transfers AFTER 07:00 a charge of BRL$ 300.00 is applicable.
All meals (Beverages excluded)
The hotel recommends to take comfortable clothes, long pants, shorts, socks, tennis shoes or boots for hiking, a swim suit, sunscreen, a flash-light, binoculars, insect repellent, sun glasses, a hat or a cap and a rain coat.
A power generator provides 110v power and works only from 12:00-15:00 and 18:00-08:00
There is NO hot water available. There are NO hot showers.
The hotel does NOT accept card, only cash in the form of: BRL, EUR or USD.
The baggage limited is 10 kg per person. Any excess baggage can be left in the hotel locker at the main office in Manaus, free of charge.
Fantastic nature, silence, animals, remote location, only few ppl, good guides
at some point too many children around which brings noise and enjoying nature and silence gets spoiled
The location is great for swimming, kayaking, and canoeing. The river view is great. Fishing for Piranha was great, we caught 15 fish and ate 4 for dinner, they tasted very good. The area is very peaceful and quiet.
Do not go here if you want to see Caiman, Amazon dolphins, birds, or animal life. None are available at this resort. The daily food is re-cycled for a week and the quality is poor. Cold water showers are OK, but Solar heated water would be great. The rooms are clean but have very large cock roaches so keep your luggage zipped tightly closed when you are not in the room as the roaches will crawl into your bags. The resort requires a very long drive (almost 2 hours) over badly maintained roads. The price was too high for the very limited resources available at this lodge.