Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge is located in the Amazon Rainforest in Amazonas, Brazil. Anavilhanas has a wide range of activities and tours. While staying here, you can spend time in nature and learn about the different plants, animals, and plants.
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Wildlife Watching: See and take pictures of animals like monkeys, birds, sloths, and dolphins.
River Excursions: Explore the Anavilhanas Archipelago and the Rio Negro on guided boat trips, fishing, and paddling.
Jungle Hikes: Take guided hikes through the jungle and learn about medicinal plants, animals, and the environment.
Night Walks: Observe the nocturnal life of the Amazon, including insects, frogs, and night birds.
Fishing: You can try to catch piranhas and other strange fish in the Rio Negro.
Cultural Visits: Learn about the local communities and their traditions through visits to villages and interaction with indigenous people.
Bird Watching: Observe and photograph some of the more than 600 species of birds found in the Amazon.
Kayaking: Experience the Anavilhanas Archipelago’s rivers on a kayak to get a different view of the jungle.
Waterfall Visits: Visit and swim in the nearby waterfalls, surrounded by breathtaking jungle landscapes.
Stargazing: Far from any light pollution, you can see clear skies full of stars in the middle of the Amazon jungle.
- Free WiFi
- Free Breakfast
- Free airport transportation
- Restaurant & Bar
- Currency exchange
- Complimentary tea, coffee & welcome drink
Types of Room
Food and Drink
In-House Restaurant: The Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge has an on-site restaurant that serves delicious food made with ingredients from the area, such as traditional Amazonian dishes and international favorites.
Fresh Ingredients: The lodge sources fresh ingredients from the local area, including fresh fruits, vegetables, and fish caught in the Rio Negro.
Special Dietary Needs: If you let the lodge know ahead of time, you can get options for gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian diets.
Dining Experience: With breathtaking views of the river and the surrounding jungle, guests can enjoy dining in a tranquil and lovely jungle setting.
Drinks and Snacks: The Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge also offers a range of drinks and snacks, including soft drinks, juices, beers, and cocktails, as well as coffee and tea.
Private Dining: Private dining options are also offered for special events or those looking for a more intimate meal experience.
Local Flavors: At the lodge, you can try exotic fruits, fresh fish, and traditional dishes like tacacá and tambaqui that use ingredients and flavors only found in the Amazon.
Wildlife and Nature
Amazonian Biodiversity: The Amazon rainforest is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, with an estimated 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, and hundreds of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
Unique Ecosystems: The lodge is in a special place with blackwater rivers, flooded forests, and terra firme forests. This gives different kinds of wildlife a wide range of places to live.
Wildlife Watching Opportunities: Guests can observe and photograph exotic Amazonian species such as monkeys, birds, sloths, and dolphins from the lodge, as well as on river excursions and jungle hikes.
Conservation and Sustainability Efforts: The lodge is committed to preserving the Amazonian environment, including efforts to reduce waste, protect wildlife habitats, and support local communities.
Expert Guides: On all trips, guests are accompanied by experienced and knowledgeable guides about the Amazonian ecosystem and how its animals act.
Responsible Tourism: The Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge asks guests to be responsible and follow ecotourism rules, such as not throwing trash on the ground and being kind to animals, to help keep the Amazon safe for future generations.
Sustainability and Conservation Efforts
Environmental Stewardship: The lodge is committed to minimizing its environmental impact and promoting sustainable practices, including waste reduction, water conservation, and renewable energy usage.
Supporting Local Communities: The lodge works with local communities to give people jobs, help local businesses, and preserve cultural traditions.
Conservation Efforts: The lodge takes part in several conservation programs, such as reforestation campaigns and projects to protect wildlife to protect the Amazonian ecosystem and its species.
Partnering with Conservation Organizations: The lodge joins conservation organizations and NGOs to support its efforts to protect the Amazonian environment and its wildlife.
Education and Awareness: Support provided by Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge to the D.Pedro II school in the riverfront settlement of Santo Antônio. The lodge offers educational opportunities, like guided hikes and visits to local communities, to help people understand how important it is to protect the Amazonian environment and its animals.
Contact: +55 92 3365-1345
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