Stunningly Located On Beautiful Tributary Of The Amazon
Asking Price: $70,000 - $80,000 USD
20 acres of prime jungle forest with a 200 metre frontage to the river Nanay, Mishana possesses 2 large native built structures, 2 cabins by the river, a water tower. The lodge needs renovation and has ample space to construct new tambos (cabins).
It is located 2 hours from the bustling city of Iquitos, northern Peru. This part of the Amazon has rare white sand forests, home to 5 unique bird species including the Mishana Tyranulet. The tiny village of Mishana is next door to the lodge, home to about 80 Indian descent people. Some of the were instrumental in the lodges contruction.
I am selling the lodge due to other commitments in my travel business. The pros of running a business in this area are low cost wages, cheap timber, good climate with relatively few mosquitoes in this area due to the acidic blackwater Nanay river. The Amazon has just been named one of the new 7 wonders of the world so this should improve tourism to the area.
The owner has many contacts in the area including a good builder who charges 15 dollars a day. The boat includes a 25 HP Mercury outboard and is looked after by a local who lives 15 minutes from Iquitos airport and has a lot of experience of running boats on the Amazon river.
The lodge is being sold through a local estate agency in Iquitos run by san English man.
Please note that the website includes facilities that do not exist yet for the lodge but were being planned at the time of the website construction.
Full clear title is offered which is extremely rare in this area.