Located in a 2,025 hectare private reserve of pristine Amazon rainforest, this lodge is reached by a short flight from Quito, followed by a two hour trip by motorised canoe.
26 comfortable cabins with en-suite facilities are constructed from local materials using traditional methods, with high thatched roofs and private shaded terraces, All the cabins are screened against insects, and contain ceiling fans above two comfortable double beds. When not out exploring the rainforest, guests can relax in a hammock and watch the wild fauna, including toucans, agoutis and monkeys.
Excursions are on foot, in motor-boats or dugout canoes, and are accompanied by an English-speaking naturalist guide and local native guide. A spectacular 275-metre canopy walkway allows a bird’s eye view of the rainforest’s 587 bird species.
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Those looking for a wildlife experience after their dive holiday should head to the vast rainforest of the Amazon. Home to an astonishing array of mammals and birds, there are a network of rivers and lakes to explore by boat or canoe.