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We had an excellent stay at Tariri. Me and my kids enjoyed everything from the tours, the owners, the monkeys, parrots and dogs, the food, the rooms...everything!
Not for everyone though, it's beautiful and fun, but rustic and adventurous.
The tours are great and make...More
Tariri Amazon Lodge offers nice accommodations, good meals and a number of great activities to make the most out of your time in the Amazon. It it about a 2 hour car ride from the Manaus airport (on paved roads) followed by a 35 minute...More
We went to Tariri in July! What an amazing exerience! The family who owns the lodge are wonderful! They went above and beyond to make our time there special. The food was excellent! There was a variety of fresh fare and more then enough to...More
The Tariri Amazon Lodge is a wonderful place! It's a really nice family! Fabiola cooks delicious food and Germano has really interesting information about the life at the Rio Negro. We got the best juices and the day trips with the boat were amazing.
Had a great time at Tariri, highly recommend and looking forward to get back some day. The owners are very friendly ! No air conditioning, no TV, no internet, no hot showers, no usage of hair dryers, wich brings you the feeling of a jungle...More
Response from Joyjit2013 | Reviewed this property |
Once in the lodge, it is only cash. You don't have internet to access you paypal account for that matter. Also, for any extra activity, you pay in cash. Hence I suggest you draw sufficient cash in Manaus before stepping into... More
Once in the lodge, it is only cash. You don't have internet to access you paypal account for that matter. Also, for any extra activity, you pay in cash. Hence I suggest you draw sufficient cash in Manaus before stepping into the jungle.
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"The rooms looked mostly the same just depending on the amount of people"