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Laguna Cashibococha, Pucallpa

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Where to stay in Pucallpa

After centuries spent isolated from the country's main urban areas, the highway and airport brought a wave of development to Pucallpa, including a good range of accommodations. Hotels both simple and luxurious scatter throughout the main urban area; generally larger and more popular options line the main boulevards, while simpler, smaller hotels are tucked away in the city's side streets. The densest area of places to stay lies between Av. Centenario/Saenz Pena and the Ucayali River. In this neighborhood, many of the city's grandest hotels sit alongside more humble lodgings, with a number of rooms offering good views of the river.
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  • Loved this laguna. Beautiful at sunrise and sunset and amazing to take a boat ride here. Not such a nice place after sunset as the mosquitos are in plenty so if you want to visit here make it earlier ...  more »
  • If you want to go there, the perfect time to leave Pucallpa is 4pm to arrive there for the sunset. It's a perfect place to watch it, how the sky starts changing's quite and peaceful. Just br...  more »
  • Gorgeous scenes, you get a great taste of how is to be in the middle of the jungle. Need a 4x4 to go there. Totally worth it.  more »