Wood, natural fibers and glass. And the jungle all around. Swing gently in the hammock on your lodge balcony, or linger in bed and admire nature through the glass panes.
After a breakfast that includes delicious tropical fruit, step out to discover the Amazon jungle. Learn to use a bow and arrow. Canoe among the trees. Yes, you read that right. In the flooded areas known as “igarapés” the river flows around trees adapted to live in the water.
You can learn all you want about local flora, and jungle survival, by going on a hike on the dryland forest in company with an expert. You can also visit a local community and discover daily life there, go piranha fishing or take a river safari to see pink dolphins, sloths, alligators and birds.
And if you are feeling contemplative, go on a dawn outing and see the sky and water afire as the sun rises.