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Amazon Jungle Lodge -up to 5 single beds

Habitación compartida en casa - Anfitrión: Benjamin
6 huéspedes1 habitación6 camas1 baño compartido
A 2-person hut and a 3-person hut in the Colombian Amazon. This hut is in the middle of an indigenous village of the Yagua tribe. Experience the beauty and wildness of the Amazon side-by-side with its original people! A true cultural awakening!

El espacio
Come and stay with us! This is the guesthouse for the Amazon Pueblo project. We are helping the indigenous peoples of the Colombian Amazon to improve their lives through sustainable business. When we have extra beds in our guesthouse, we rent these out to tourists hostel-fashion.

This is a hut in the middle of a village, in the middle of the jungle. The brave guest will hear roosters singing in the early morning, rats scurrying across the roof at night, babies crying, children yelling and laughing, and an occasionally loud party if you are lucky enough to arrive at the time of a festival.

This is a real experience, sometime not available from a packaged trip.

Visit us and be one of the tribe!

Acceso de los huéspedes
The guests will have access to the guesthouse, kitchen, shower, and the bathroom. The guest may also use the village's dock to fish, swim, and simply to sit and watch the river.

Otros aspectos a destacar
1) We work with a local indigenous guide named Gustavo Cadenas. When you get out of the boat you must ask people for Gustavo. I can also give you his cell phone number for contact. Gustavo runs a tour guide business, so he can also help you with seeing the Amazon in this area. Gustavo has a new covered boat which is very nice. Gustavo charges around $45USD a day per person, with discounts given for more than one person.

2) The hut has a small solar panel which will power small electronic devices. Between the hours of 3 pm and 9 pm the whole village, including the hut, has power from a large generator. There is rain water available in the guesthouse, stored in large tanks. However, if there has been no rain for many days, then the tanks may be empty. As of last week we had sufficient water. We also have a water filter called a "Lifestraw Family" in the kitchen. It may be used to filter water, but it has complicated instructions that you must get from the internet of me. I recommend buying drinking water in Leticia and bring it with you.

3) You should buy all the food you expect to eat while at the hut in Leticia. Possibilities for shopping in La Libertad include eggs, plantain, fish, yucca, some canned goods, and some "junk" food. You can also buy native handcrafts.
A 2-person hut and a 3-person hut in the Colombian Amazon. This hut is in the middle of an indigenous village of the Yagua tribe. Experience the beauty and wildness of the Amazon side-by-side with its original people! A true cultural awakening!

El espacio
Come and stay with us! This is the guesthouse for the Amazon Pueblo project. We are helping the indigenous peoples of the Colombian Amazon…

Servicios

Cocina
Servicios imprescindibles
Botiquín de primeros auxilios
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No disponible: Detector de humo

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La Libertad, Amazonas, Colombia

The beauty of the jungle. The deep wilderness of the area just a short distance away form the village. The grandure of the Amazon River. The authentic people of the village.

Anfitrión: Benjamin

Se registró en mayo de 2014
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I grew up in the coastal town of Rockland, Maine. After graduating high school I joined the US Navy, where I was trained as an electrical-mechanical and computer technician. After the military I entered college, studying psychology. I worked for a number of years in the mental health field, but gradually shifted into teaching environmental education and guiding educational wilderness trips. In 1998 I decided to more formally shift to teaching as a career, and entered graduate school for middle school education, with an emphasis on social studies. In 2003 I accepted a teaching position at Colegio Los Nogales, in Bogota, Colombia. I greatly enjoyed Colombia. I became a resident and made many friends. In 2011 I helped to found a non-profit organization, Amazon Pueblo, which helps indigenous people of the Colombian Amazon to improve their lives through sustainable, socially conscious business. I currently am an administrator and technology integrator at the Seton School in Camden, Maine. This, combined with the Amazon project, keeps me busy. I also enjoy travel, collecting rocks and mineral, reading, and studying. My favorite food is pizza. I like classic and alternative rock music.
I grew up in the coastal town of Rockland, Maine. After graduating high school I joined the US Navy, where I was trained as an electrical-mechanical and computer technician. After…
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I will give guests as much information as I am able to about the hut. I live in either Bogota or Leticia, but at times I may also be found in the village. I will meet in person with guest when I am able. Otherwise we have a project hut caretaker, named Gustavo Cadenas, who can help guests.

Gustavo also runs a tourism business. He is available as an indigenous guide for jungle or river trips.
I will give guests as much information as I am able to about the hut. I live in either Bogota or Leticia, but at times I may also be found in the village. I will meet in person w…
  • Idiomas: English, Español
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