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Mamiraua Sustainable Development Reserve

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Mamiraùa Fare-well

5 out of 5 stars - or, after seeing last night's unforgettable canopy, we should say Many out of... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2014
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Adventures of a lifetime!

Mamiraua is truly one of the most stunning places I've ever visited. The wildlife is thriving and... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2014
Claire N
London, United Kingdom
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22 Oct 2014
“Mamiraùa Fare-well”
1 Sep 2014
“Adventures of a lifetime!”
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Reviewed 23 October 2014 via mobile

5 out of 5 stars - or, after seeing last night's unforgettable canopy, we should say Many out of Many Stars! So much to report: the serenity of yesterday's lake picnic and sunset (my son has already declared he wishes his ashes scattered there...); the...More

4  Thank T S P
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Mamiraua is truly one of the most stunning places I've ever visited. The wildlife is thriving and the enthusiasm shared by the guides was contagious. I experienced many memorable boat trips, from venturing through reeds to reach the open waters inhabited by boto and tucuxi...More

Date of experience: October 2013
3  Thank Claire N
Reviewed 3 August 2014

I had another great experience in Mamiraua. Saw the Uakaris and other primates, amazing canoe rides.I must say I had organise evething privately but I could see all the other visitors pretty happy. The staff was really great and friendly as before. Amazing drinks!

Date of experience: July 2014
4  Thank Gil S
Reviewed 8 September 2013

This is the place to go if you like to be surrounded by nature and value friendly atmosphere combined with real ecotourism. Accomodation is basic but it really fits the environment and you have everything you need. You wake up early in the morning with...More

Date of experience: August 2013
2  Thank Yvonne N
Reviewed 19 August 2013

My wife and I spent 5 days at Mamiraua Uakari Lodge. The location and the Amazon here is absolutely beautiful. Lots of monkeys and birds. The lodge is very very comfortable and staff is very nice. However, we were very disappointed with the head guide...More

Date of experience: July 2013
4  Thank Gasiorkiewicz
Reviewed 29 January 2013

My husband and I were looking for an Amazon experience that was really close to nature and not just a jungle trek near Manaus. Well, we certainly found it in Mamiraua! The waters were swarming with enormous fish and caymans, and the trees were covered...More

Date of experience: October 2012
7  Thank sarah0527
Reviewed 3 December 2012

We visited Mamiraua reserve in October 2010. We enjoyed everything about the place. The amount of wildlife is just overwhelming, you'll feel as if you were in Indiana Jones movies. Thousands of alligators crammed into a lagoon, birds galore, huge 4 foot fish - pirarucu...More

Date of experience: October 2012
3  Thank ValeriaBarreira
Reviewed 9 November 2011

I visited Mamiraua in August 2005. I enjoyed every thing about my 5 days there. The daily educational trips, wildlife, food, weather, lodging, guides and our person in charge "Paulo." If I had known Mamiraua Reserve was going to be so much fun I would...More

Date of experience: August 2011
1  Thank Robert G
Reviewed 4 December 2010

My objective was to see the Amazon in as close to natural state as possible. This meant not staying anywhere near Manaus. Although I researched some places that were relatively far from Manaus - 4 to 6 hours by boat - and thought some sounded...More

8  Thank TravelinBrat
Reviewed 9 March 2010

Mamiraua Reserve's Floating Lodge is a unique type of lodging and provides an opportunity experience fascinating Amazonian wildlife including the rare red-faced uakari monkeys, found only there, and pink Boto dolphins. The canoe trips were very enjoyable. The nature hikes were challenging due to heat...More

5  Thank judythr
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