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Cristalino Lodge

about cristalino lodge

Cristalino Lodge is built to emphasise engagement with the natural environment. Cristalino lodge keeps its guests in stylish comfort, offering comfortable rooms and a good range of facilities. Offering three choices of accommodation, all rooms and communal areas are built with environmental sustainability in mind. 

The floating deck and exterior lounge offer fantastic areas to relax after a day in the jungle, while the numerous forest trails are great for exploring the amazon and its wildlife.

cristalino lodge detail

Style

A stylish eco lodge.

Setting

The lodge is set in a private reserve of more than 29,652 acres, on the Cristalino River, in Brazil's southern Amazon.

The lodge is a 90 minute, rugged drive from the town of Alta Floresta, from where you cross the Telas Pires by motorised canoe and boat up the Cristalino River for 30 minutes to Cristalino Jungle Lodge.

Accommodation & facilities

The accommodation consists of 17 rooms, built in order to promote close contact between visitors and their surroundings. Three levels of accommodation are offered: Private bungalows, superior rooms and standard rooms.  

Standard rooms have twin beds, ceiling fans, and en-suite bathrooms with solar-heated showers. Superior rooms have larger beds and are elegantly furnished, with private verandas. The private bungalows are more spacious, with a small lounge area and veranda with chairs and a hammock.

Sustainable practices are used throughout Cristalino Lodge, using solar heating, a grey-water treatment system, black-water treatment system and natural roof venting.

The lodge facilities are arranged in two clearings, with the dining room/bar, kitchen and lounge/library in one clearing, and accommodation in the other. 

The living room is also used for evening presentations and the fabulous floating deck is great for swimming off and relaxing on.

Dining

The lodge has a friendly restaurant with bar serving delicious regional dishes and appetizers. The bar specialises in excellent caipirinhas. For special nights there is a thatch roof patio where candlelit dinners may be served.

Activities

Rainforest hikes, tapir clay lick visits, canoe excursions, canopy viewing and swimming are all offered, with specialist tours (bird, butterfly, ecotourism, photography, family) also available.

In addition, canoes and inflatable boats are available for use, and the lodge has a rustic, screened tree house in the forest which is used for spotting tapirs and peccaries.

Child Policy

Children of all ages are welcome.

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