Remote, Untouched, Constructed From Naturally Fallen Trees; Mahogany, Ironwood, Rosewood, The most remote Lodge set deep inside the 5,000,000 acre Pacaya Samiria National Reserve Extension Peru.
The Amazon Refuge is a complex built in the shape of the Constellation Orion on 100 acres of rainforest on the inside edge of a 5-million-acre nature reserve.
The purpose of the refuge is to provide safe, comfortable accommodations under the guidance of expert naturalist guides for all visitors, and to offer a rewarding learning platform for nature lovers who wish to experience the true splendor of the Amazon rainforest.
The river and lake waters are home to gray and pink dolphins, Amazonian manatees, Giant River Otters, Black Caimans and giant South American River Turtles
Dozens of game fish reach their peak size in our waters; fishing for exotic species at the lodge and the nearby lakes and streams is a world class adventure
Land species include Jaguars, Capuchin Monkeys and Spider Monkeys. The Black Spider Monkey, the Orange-chested Spider Monkey, the Woolly Monkey, and the Howler Monkey; all considered endangered
More than 800 species of birds live here, including five of the eight species of Macaw found in Peru. The prehistoric-looking hoatzin bird is seen here as well and they are seen right at the lodge