Ceiba Tops Amazon Lodge

  • Located beside Amazon River 40 km (25 miles) downstream from Iquitos.

  • Deluxe bungalows with A/C, private bathrooms & WiFi.

  • Swimming pool, water slide & hammock house, ideal for relaxation.

  • Informative excursions into surrounding rainforest & waterways.

Prices & Itineraries

Prices below are per person, and include all transfers, excursions with English-speaking guide and meals while at Ceiba Tops.

ItineraryLengthPrices From
3 Days£446 / $559 pp
3D/2N4 Days£671 / $841 pp
5 Days£781 / $979 pp

What our clients say about Ceiba Tops:

All guides and staff were exceptionally friendly and always aiming to please.

Room was good ... All organized tours were informative and well planned. Never a dull moment.

Great trip! Loved it!
— Kristina & Konrad Wagner - St. Lucia, WI
Ceiba Tops lodge was extremely comfortable, with good food, comfortable rooms (air conditioned, excellent beds), dry towels every day and lots of friendly staff. The swimming pool was an unnecessary, but welcome bonus.

Our guide, Roberto, was extremely professional - knowledgeable, well organised, flexible (he adapted the itinerary when we expressed our interests) and with excellent English.

Our itinerary was full and varied ... the canopy walk, the bird-watching, the fishing and so on - were terrific.

The length of the trip - five days, four nights - felt exactly right to us. So I’d happily recommend this trip.
— Elana Dallas & Alastair Hatchett - Highbury, UK
My stay at the Ceiba Tops was excellent - thank you.
— Anna Zalewska - Oxford, UK
Our 3-day stay at Ceiba Tops was a wonderful family experience, for my wife and I, our 2-year-old boy and my father.

After a short river ride from Iquitos and checking into our cabin, we went on a 2-hour afternoon walk in the jungle immediately surrounding the lodge, with our dedicated, English-speaking guide, Aberlardo.

Over the following 2 days we went river boat riding, piranha fishing, dolphin spotting, jungle canopy rooftop walking, poisoned dart blowing and to a small animal sanctuary where we got very friendly with parrots, sloths and snakes. The pace was not too rushed, however, and we had time to enjoy the pool at the lodge as well.
— Mark Griffin & Family - Cheltenham, UK & Lima, Peru