My wife and I had a couple of nights in the Iquitos area after a two-week research expedition up the Samiria River prior to our return to North America and wanted a quiet, off-the-grid lodge. We found San Pedro Lodge over the internet prior to arriving in Peru. The whole experience at the lodge met our expectations.
A staff member met us at a hotel in Iquitos and accompanied us on the hour trip by mototaxi and boat to the lodge. Our accommodation was a very comfortable hut, yet basic with a river view where we could watch the occasional boat (canoe) traffic and bird life in the canopy of the rain forest.
The location was as expected, remote, quiet and with no electricity (except for a few hours in the evening) which was another advantage as we enjoy being away from the noise of large cities. The Peruvian food was plentiful and well prepared.
The lodge offers various tours, however we chose to just relax and take long hikes on some of the nearby paths through the neighboring communities.
While the staff spoke no English, Olmes and Walter treated us like family and made us feel very welcome. For us the experience was superb, a quiet stay in the rain forest.
Traveller from New Jersey, USA
Situated on the waterfront, this resort is in the same area as Amazon Golf Course, Quistococha Lake, and Max Augustin …More