Cristalino Lodge

Cristalino Lodge is a secluded, sustainable and comfortable lodge nestled deep in the Alta Floresta rainforest adjacent to many waterways. One of our favourite jungle lodges accessed by river.

Cristalino Lodge-The Details

Accomodation comprises of rooms constructed with woods, bricks and thatched roofs to a very high standard considering the remoteness and the difficulty of reaching the lodge. There is no air conditioning and the lodge is powered by solar in keeping with the sustainability practises. There are 12 rooms in total- 8 standard rooms and 4 bungalows.  
Standard: Double or triple rooms for 2-3 guests. The rooms are 23 square metres in size and come complete with fans. There are 2 blocks, each with 4 rooms in this category.
Superior: Double or twin bungalows with lounging area, large ventilated mesh windows, fans with an indoor bathroom and an outdoor cold shower.
Bungalow: Two large beds, indoor and outdoor shower, modern bathroom and natural ventilation.

Cristalino Lodge- What to do

This comfortable lodge is a haven for birdwatchers and all round safari holiday lovers, as the trails have recorded over 580 species within the grounds of this vast property. Aside from birdwatching the lodge runs daily small group excursions to explore the local rich habitat. Trips include climbing the 50m high canopy tower that gives majestic views over the canopy for miles and miles, taking to the rivers in search of friendly Pink River Dolphins, Capybara on the riverbanks and larger mammals that live in 6 different ecosystem’s on this property.

How to get here: 2 hour flight from Cuiba to Alta Floresta and then a  2 hour boat journey. 




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