Casa Machiguenga
Casa Machiguenga

Casa Machiguenga Lodge

In one of the most impressive places in Peru, the Manu National Park, Casa Machiguenga Lodge offers fully sustainable accommodation in the heart of this beautiful tropical jungle. With rivers, forests and meanders, macaw clay lick, wildlife in all its glory, this remote eco-camp provides amazing hospitality and accommodations. With thatched roofs in the style of local native houses, totally ecological materials it is possible to fall asleep under the quiet night. Completely untouched nature with pristine forest and clear night sky ensure this eco lodge is the place to stay in Manu. With many walks, wildlife tours, and daily guided hikes, it's possible to make the most of your learning experience in beautiful Manu National Park. Casa Machiguenga Lodge has double beds, single beds, some rooms with showers and bathrooms in the room, it also has shared bathrooms, comfortable beds with mosquito nets.
Inspired by the tropical flavors of the Amazon region, Manu Rainforest Peru's food and drinks are prepared with fresh, local ingredients. All meals include a variety of salads and fruits, exotic soft drinks, typical dishes and Peruvian and international dishes, as well as a selection of breads.
We also offer vegetarian and celiac meals. Meals are served in the main dining room, where you can also enjoy full bar service and a complimentary Pisco Sour within our COCKTAIL HOUR.


Morning and Evening


Lunch and Dinner


Only at night


24 x 7


Per Day


24 x 7


24 x 7

Hot Water

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