Cock of the rock lodge peru

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The lodge itself is nestled in a pristine Andean Cloud Forest, beckons the enthusiastic birder and adventurous nature lover, and protects and supports a 12,acre private cloud forest reserve. It consists of 10 double-occupancy bungalows with private bath facilities, and a separate complex with a large dining room. A local highland family staffs the lodge, and they also work as rangers, patrolling the private reserve. The Cock-of-the-Rock Lodge is located in the pristine Manu cloud forest on the verdant eastern slopes of the Andes. Opened in 1,; it is named after the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock, Peru's large, bright-red national bird that puts on a colorful, noisy mating display adjacent to the lodge every morning. Spectacled Bears, Woolly Monkeys, Brown Capuchin Monkeys, quetzals and a host of other colorful birds inhabit the surrounding forest, and a bubbling mountain stream tumbles past the lodge.

Cock of the Rock Lodge, Manu National Park

Cock of the Rock Lodge | Rainforest Alliance

Although the location is peaceful and secluded, it lies very close to the Cusco—Shintuya highway. Accommodation consists of 12 wooden bungalows with two single beds in each, an en suite bathroom with hot and cold running water and flushing toilet, insect-screened windows and mosquito nets; some bungalows have their own private balcony. There are also several rooms with shared facilities — which room you get depends on how early you book! Lighting is by lantern and candle, but a small generator is used for charging batteries. The separate, fully-screened, large dining area and lounge overlooks a feeding station for brown capuchin monkeys and tayras a large mustelid related to a marten. Feeders attract several species hummingbird, including rufous-webbed brilliant.

Worst unsafe trip EVER - Cock of the Rock Lodge

Cock of the Rock Lodge is named after the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock, Peru's bright red national bird, and is located on the forested eastern slopes of the Andes. It is owned by the Peru Verde Conservation Group, a non-profit non-government organization involved in rainforest conservation projects. Cock of the Rock Lodge consists of 12 double bungalows, simply furnished and with screened windows and mosquito nets.
We had a 5 year old a 7 year old and a 70 year old on our trip. Each of them got hurt or sick. They cruise down the rive full of submerged trees at full speed in total fog. I understand its the jungle but, they make no effort to make it safe or clean. We understand you stayed in another lodge.