Luxury in the Amazon at the Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge

Approximately 70 kilometers upstream of the Amazonian city of Manaus, you will find the Anavilhanas Archipelago, a stunning National Park in the middle of the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest. 

The Anavilhanas are located on the black waters of the Rio Negro river, home to an abundance of aquatic life such a pink river dolphins, manatees, crocodiles and many more. On the 400 islands you will find more endangered species, such as armadillos, spider monkeys and even the elusive jaguar. 

In this very special National Park, you can find a Lodge that is doing everything right; the Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge. Food, Service and comfort are of the highest quality, despite the remoteness of this speciality lodge. 

The Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge offers well designed bungalows, cottages and panoramic bungalows; all equipped with a hammock, balcony and forest views.

Depending on the length of your stay, each day is filled with a variety of thrilling activities, ranging from pink dolphin spotting to canoeing trough the flooded forest. Longer stays might include a visit to a local community and various hikes. 

The lodge is making efforts to preserve the fragile ecosystem it is operating in by respecting the preservation areas, not disposing any wastage in the waters and training the staff to not interfere with the wildlife. Besides that, the Anavilhanas Lodge social and environmental projects. 

Submerge yourself into this sustainable jungle experience and learn the ins and outs of this unique ecosystem. Returning home you will likely have gained a better understanding of 'the lungs of our world' and the importance of preserving the beautiful but fragile Amazonian Jungle. 

Ecotip: minimise your impact by bringing biodegradable mosquito spray, sunscreen and other lotions. If you are lucky enough to come across some of the beautiful species in the area, please don't disturb, feed or touch the wildlife. 

Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge Website