Calanoa Jungle Lodge

Calanoa Jungle Lodge lies in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, in the indigenous reserve of Mocagua, set back from the Amazon river. It was carefully designed using traditional techniques and a contemporary approach, for sustainable architecture that uses local materials and resources. The woven palm roofs are beautiful and fresh, walls are minimal to improve air circulation, and the structures are built on stilts to elevate them from the ground, allowing for better views and increasing air circulation. Guest Cabins have a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor and a loft, with a capacity for 6 people each. The cabins are fully covered with mosquito screen, and each bed has its own mosquito net for extra protection from bugs. A board path connects the cabins with the dining/social pavilion, and has an observation platform ideal for birds and monkeys watching. There is NO hot water although it isn’t normally an issue as people prefer a lukewarm shower to wash off the humid Amazonian heat. Calanoa's cuisine is a fusion of local Amazonian traditions with Brazilian, Colombian and Peruvian cuisine, with organic and fresh local produce, fire wood cooking.