Starting at

$695 / night

Starting at

$695 / night

Treehouse Lodge

loreto, peru

Treehouse Lodge—the only lodge of it’s kind in the Amazon Rainforest—is an all-inclusive, luxury lodge located at the confluence of the serene and protected Yarapa and Cumaceba Rivers near the Pacaya Samiria Reserve. Visit and you’ll see the rainforest from an entirely new perspective that most visitors never experience—the treetop canopy. You’ll never forget the experience of watching monkeys and birds at eye level as every morning you’ll wake up to a safari of animal life before you even get out of bed. Not to worry, you won’t sacrifice any of the usual comforts found on the ground. Every bungalow is equipped with showers, sinks, toilets and clean, white linens. Your personal treehouse bungalow gets you up off the jungle floor and helps you enjoy the airy relief from the heat and humidity. Sure, you’ll get a little extra exercise walking up to your bungalow, but after a meal filled with our delicious food, you’ll welcome it.

Glamping Options:

  • Treehouses

Great For

  • corporate / events
  • couples
  • families
  • honeymoon
  • solo travelers

Experience

  • eco-reserve
  • forest / woods
  • jungle
  • lake / pond
  • river / stream
  • safari
  • tour / excursion

Total Accomodations Available

  • 8

Specials & Promotions

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Accommodation Options

$650 / night

Treehouse Lodge

  • Sleeps: 2 - 3
  • Bath: 1
  • Rooms: 1

The Treehouses have a beautiful view of the jungle. Entry is through a unique trap door in the floor. During high water, the treehouse stands high over a flooded lagoon, providing tranquil views of the shimmering expanse; it’s an experience you won’t forget. During low water, the vegetation revives and a view of the surrounding jungle beauty is something you will enjoy daily.

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  • Amenities
    • airport transfers
    • baggage wranglers
    • bar / lounge
    • bedding
    • ceiling fan
    • coffee maker
    • concierge
    • electric fans
    • electricity - lights
    • first-aid kit
    • flashlights
    • hammock
    • laundry
    • lockers
    • lounge areas
    • mosquito nets
    • observatory dome
    • personal chef
    • restaurant
    • running water
    • running water - collected rainwater
    • running water - sinks
    • running water - toilet
    • towels
  • Activities
    • animal interaction
    • bird watching
    • boating
    • canoeing
    • farmers market
    • fishing
    • guided tours
    • horseback / camelback riding
    • kayaking
    • local attractions & shopping
    • safari tours
    • social and cultural visits
    • sunrise / sunset cruises
    • wildlife observing
    • yoga
  • Dininig Options
    • All inclusive, three daily meals
    • On-site restaurant
    • Bar/lounge (Alcohol costs extra; juices and water are complimentary.)
  • When to go

    Open: Year-Round

  • Glamping.com Insider Tips

    Treehouse Lodge provides guests with three quality meals per day. Every meal is served in our main lodge protected from the insects and elements. When your excursion takes you away from the lodge during meal time, a packaged meal will be provided.

    Eco-living

    The Magical Stairway

  • How Do I Get There?

    Treehouse Lodge is located on the beautiful black waters of the Yarapa River—a tributary to the Amazon River near Iquitos, Peru. As there are no roads connecting Iquitos to the outside world, the only way to get there is by boat or airplane. From Iquitos, the journey to the lodge, first by car then by boat, takes approximately 2-1/2 hours. The boat ride begins on the Marañón River, crosses the Amazon River, and continues up the Ucayali River before connecting to the Yarapa River. The lodge sits right on the Yarapa where the Cumaceba connects, making a beautiful view of the black and brown water confluence. Arriving, you will truly feel “away from it all.”

    Treehouse Lodge sits on 350 acres of preserved, primary Amazon Rainforest surrounded by thousands of acres of additional protected land. Nearby is the famous Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve—one of the largest protected areas in Peru, boasting of the greatest biodiversity in the world. Iquitos is considered the capital of the Peruvian Amazon. During the 20th century, it expanded during the rubber boom but is now known as a major river port, surrounded by three rivers. The area is also known for hosting the largest traditional market in the Peruvian Amazon and its amazing floating city that comes out during high water.

    GPS Coordinates of the Lodge: 4°32’41.67″S 73°26’53.89″W

Amenities

  • airport transfers
  • baggage wranglers
  • bar / lounge
  • bedding
  • ceiling fan
  • coffee maker
  • concierge
  • electric fans
  • electricity - lights
  • first-aid kit
  • flashlights
  • hammock
  • laundry
  • lockers
  • lounge areas
  • mosquito nets
  • observatory dome
  • personal chef
  • restaurant
  • running water
  • running water - collected rainwater
  • running water - sinks
  • running water - toilet
  • towels

Activities

  • animal interaction
  • bird watching
  • boating
  • canoeing
  • farmers market
  • fishing
  • guided tours
  • horseback / camelback riding
  • kayaking
  • local attractions & shopping
  • safari tours
  • social and cultural visits
  • sunrise / sunset cruises
  • wildlife observing
  • yoga

Dining Options

  • All inclusive, three daily meals
  • On-site restaurant
  • Bar/lounge (Alcohol costs extra; juices and water are complimentary.)

When To Go

Open: Year-Round

Glamping.com Insider Tips

Treehouse Lodge provides guests with three quality meals per day. Every meal is served in our main lodge protected from the insects and elements. When your excursion takes you away from the lodge during meal time, a packaged meal will be provided.

Eco-living

The Magical Stairway

How Do I Get There?

Treehouse Lodge is located on the beautiful black waters of the Yarapa River—a tributary to the Amazon River near Iquitos, Peru. As there are no roads connecting Iquitos to the outside world, the only way to get there is by boat or airplane. From Iquitos, the journey to the lodge, first by car then by boat, takes approximately 2-1/2 hours. The boat ride begins on the Marañón River, crosses the Amazon River, and continues up the Ucayali River before connecting to the Yarapa River. The lodge sits right on the Yarapa where the Cumaceba connects, making a beautiful view of the black and brown water confluence. Arriving, you will truly feel “away from it all.”

Treehouse Lodge sits on 350 acres of preserved, primary Amazon Rainforest surrounded by thousands of acres of additional protected land. Nearby is the famous Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve—one of the largest protected areas in Peru, boasting of the greatest biodiversity in the world. Iquitos is considered the capital of the Peruvian Amazon. During the 20th century, it expanded during the rubber boom but is now known as a major river port, surrounded by three rivers. The area is also known for hosting the largest traditional market in the Peruvian Amazon and its amazing floating city that comes out during high water.

GPS Coordinates of the Lodge: 4°32’41.67″S 73°26’53.89″W

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Cancellation & Policies

Treehouse Lodge

Cancellation Policy:


30 days prior to arrival