Posada Manu Rainfores
Posada Manu Rainfores

Posada Manu Rainforest

Our lodge has a warm and friendly atmosphere, our simple yet cozy jungle houses are surrounded by compelling nature and easy to access for anyone of any age. Posada Manu Rainforest consists of four double bungalows, an open air dining area (capacity 14), all constructed in the same style and using the same materials as the nearby local indigenous communities. All materials were collected using sustainable methods, recycled or sourced outside the park. For example the wood used in the construction is lumber recovered from fallen trees harvested from the river after the rain season (dead wood). Our large private rooms have two single beds and mosquito nets, and bathrooms and showers that are shared.


Breakfast

Morning and Evening


Food

Lunch and Dinner


Drinks

Only at night


Wifi

24 x 7


Laundry

Per Day


Radio

24 x 7


Transfers

24 x 7


Hot Water

24 x 7

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