Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge - Manaus - AM

Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge is the first jungle hotel in Brazil to combine the exotic and rustic beauty of the Amazon rainforest with the comfort and charm of exceptional lodgings. A 380,000 m2 area in the heart of the jungle, on the banks of the Negro River, where the acidity of the water inhibits the proliferation of mosquitoes and so too the occurrence of malaria and yellow fever.

The hotel was built with timber from specially administered forest areas; and its 16 chalets are the product of an architectural project inspired by traditional Caboclo houses.

The restaurant is hidden between trees through which the dark waters of the Rio Negro can be distinguished. On the menu, the classics of the local cuisine lay in harmony next to international dishes. Local fruit drinks are an attraction in their own right.

Experiencing an ecotourism adventure in the Amazon without loss of comfort and safety is what this hotel offers. The joys of exploring the Amazon rainforest and its many water formations – igarapés, igapós, rivers, islands, are made possible with the help of experienced guides.

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Rates

Rates and Packages available in Portuguese version of this page, and upon consultation.

Accommodation

16 Chalets, 4 Bungalows and 2 “Panoramics” with split air conditioning, safe, minibar, hairdryer and balcony with a hammock and overlooking the forest. The four 38m² bungalows have a king size bed, a 32 ″ LCD TV (SKY HDTV), bathrooms and rooms that are integrated with the forest. In a privileged location, the 70m2 “Panoramics” feature a king size bed (2.03m x 1.93m), a living room with sofa, a dining table for two, 42 ”LCD TV with SKY HD channels, air conditioning, ceiling fan, minibar, safe, hairdryer, hot shower and immersion bath.

Leisure and Social Area

Restaurant and Bar: regional and international cuisine, with emphasis on Amazonian fish. Exotic drinks with regional fruits, such as cupuaçu caipirinha.
Hammock, TV Room, Game Room, Gazebo.
Infinity pool overlooking the Rio Negro.
Contemplation of the sunrise.
Piranhas fishing.
Night spotting.
Visit to the pink Dolphins.
Canoeing through igapós (flooded forest).
Interpretative tours in Anavilhanas National Park.
Wi-Fi internet.