Rainforest Cruises lends Peru lodge option

Rainforest Cruises is bidding a package which fuses a stay at Treehouse Lodge in Iquitos in Peru, with one of their Peruvian Amazon sails. The Rainforest Cruises, based in Miami, sells packages and cruises on Peruvian as well as Brazilian Amazon.

Treehouse Lodge experience would be blended with an Amazon River cruise onboard the 8 passenger Cattleya. The cruise tour would start with a 2 night stay in Treehouse Lodge, a three hundred and forty five acre property located in the jungle at the confluence of Cumaceba and Yarapa rivers, where invitees would have the scope to see rainforest wildlife from tree-tops.

The place has 18 bungalows that are between twenty-five feet off the ground and sixty five feet above the ground. They are fitted out with en suite showers and they are also sealed by a great mosquito mesh.

Day to day activities include nocturnal and daytime jungle walks to know regarding medicinal plants, or to spot night monkeys and insects, piranha fishing in canoes, morning bird spotting, dolphin watching, traveling to a butterfly farm and visits to the local Jibaro and Kukama communities.

A six day sail as well as lodging package is US$ 2499 for double occupancy and the rat is US$ 3139 for single occupancy for each person. Ad in the tour is a 2 night stay in Treehouse Lodge with full meals as well as choice of excursions, a 4 day Amazon cruise aboard Cattleya and bilingual naturalist Amazon guides.