Robles Tree House
Robles Tree House

Manu Rainforest Tree House

Robles Ecological Reserve (Robles Tree House) is located in the upper Palotoa River, close to the Parrots and mammal clay licks unique in the area of Manu Biosphere. You will be staying in the uninhabited heart of the Manu Rainforest, where the rainforest is still wild and untouched.
The combination of Posada Manu Rainforest and Tree House allow you to visit the best attractions of the region of Manu Biosphere.
There are different tours and activities to enjoy at the lodge and its surroundings; you can practice tubing, fishing, tree climbing, and wildlife observation.
Up-river from the lodge there are no more dwellings. The lack of people and the closeness to the Andes create a habitat with abundance of flora and fauna not seen in other areas of the amazon rainforest.


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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