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Anavilhanas Lodge, Amazon Rainforest, Brazil

Our rating: Medium

Anavilhanas Jungle lodge is the most stylish hotel option in the Amazon Basin. Built on suspended wooden structures, its 16 spacious cottages offer queensize double or twin beds, warm showers, air conditioning, mini bar and private deck with hammock. The local ladies cook up a treat in the restaurant with a delectable blend of Amazonian flavors and international cuisine based on a menu designed by a European chef.

The lodge boasts a swimming pool with a view of the surrounding landscape and a comfortable living room area for relaxing. The lodge is situated on the Rio Negro (not the Amazon river) adjacent to Anavilhanas Archipelago, only 3 hours away from Manaus by car. There is also the option to fly back to Manaus by seaplane (3-seater, 35 minutes flight).

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