Uacari Lodge is a unique floating village in the Amazon Rainforest, with the focus on eco-tourism. Started in 1998, Uakari is managed by shared management among Mamirauá Institute and the communities from Mamirauá Reserve. The aim of this enterprise is to generate income for the local people and contribute to the preservation of the Amazon's natural resources.
Eight communities from the reserve manage the Lodge, from the staff on the front line, the contractors that work on the property and the back office that manage it.
The lodge consists of 5 bungalows with two rooms in each. Every room has a porch with a view of the river and the forest. There is a central floating area with a small deck, a natural swimming pool, kitchen, restaurant, bar, video room and library. The lodge is also completely sustainable with energy form the sun, recycled rain water and even the tiles are made from recycled plastic bottles.
"A truly unique place generating real income for the local people. A great project to get involved with!"
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