The Lodge, Tambopata Madre de DiosThere are 12 spacious private cabañas made out of recycled wood of OSB panels, with first-class finishing at lodge: suites, doubles, triples and quadruples with panoramic screened porches with comfortable furniture, private bathrooms with warm water showers (photovoltaic system) and low–impact electricity.
24 cabañas / rooms.
04 matrimonial –01 king size bed.
14 doubles –02 two double beds.
04 triples –03 standard single beds.
02 quadruples –04 standard single beds.
Services and facilities
The all screened dining pavilion attended by an expert chef in tropical cousine, our very cozy well equipped bar, kitchen, restrooms, gift shop and casual conversation spots all with low–impact electricity are also made out of recycled wood of OSB panels with first-class finishing are built around the swimming pool area.
Our cozy and well equipped lounge bar has a beautiful view of the surrounding jungle, the Madre de Dios River and the swimming pool area. Our clients can enjoy a moment of relax, use the pool table, play darts or other table games as they can try tropical drinks, cool beer or fresh fruit juices from Nái-Mecí Lodge.
Swimming pool area
Is the heart of the main building, the pool it self has 170 square meters with a 1.50 to 1.70 meters deep all surrounded by beautiful ornamental plants, comfortable pool side furniture. As it has inside lights it is possible to have a dip at night as well.
A 10 kilometers trail from the mail building through the forest to the Aguajal or wetland ecosystem land areas permanently flooded where palm trees grow is very interesting to observe birdlife from a shelter.
A strategically located observation tower rises 35 meters above the jungle floor, from the top you not only get spectacular view of the surrounding forest but also excellent opportunities to observe birds from the Canopy. This tower has a connection to the first of five air tree platforms from our Canopy Zip Down option.
Canopy Zip Down
At Nái-Mecí Lodge, our guests traverse from tree to tree and platform to platform using pulleys on horizontal traverse cables zip lines, as they sail through the treetops of the tropical rainforest canopy, and over the trails far below. Expert guides assist in this exciting journey through the different layers of the rain forests and explain what’s going on around you from the time you leave the ground, until you rappel back down to the forest floor.
Nái-Mecí has 20 kilometers of unmarked trails inside the forest. Our clients are recommended to use the trails only accompanied by their guide. The trails are designed to full file our visitor’s expectations such as the interest, the difficulty and decide how long they prefer to walk.