If you want to explore the amazing biodiversity of the Amazon, a tour to one of our jungle lodges is the best option. Located deep in the jungle and surrounded by primary forest, these lodge are the base for hikes, canoe rides, bird watching, wildlife observation, and cultural experiences. Our accommodations vary from tourist class to very comfortable first class lodges.
This tourist class lodge is located in the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, a flood forest where you can explore the incredible flora and fauna of the tropical rainforest. Cuyabeno is home to piranhas, river dolphins, caimans, anacondas, monkeys, tapirs and many bird species, including the peculiar hoatzin bird.
The lodge has a capacity for 32 people accommodated in single, double and triple rooms with private bath and hot water showers. It has a dining area, and a traditional bar. Solar panels provide electricity for recharging batteries in the evening.
This tourist superior class lodge is owned and operated by the Quichua community of Sani Isla. The lodge is located along the mysterious Challuacocha Lake, in between the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve and the Yasuni National Park. The surrounding rainforest is home to 565 bird species, 13 species of primates, such as the chorongo monkey, over 100 species of amphibians, and 83 species of reptiles, including the black caiman.
Sani lodge can accommodate you either in comfortable cabins (total capacity 38 guests) with private bathroom and hot shower, or - for the more adventurous-minded – at the camping site located at 2 hours paddling from the lodge. The lodge has an open-air restaurant and lounge with great views.
NAPO WILDLIFE CENTER
Exclusive and luxurious eco-lodge, built and owned by the Quichua community of Añangu. Located at the Añangacocha Lake, it boasts the two most accessible parrot clay licks in Ecuador, and excellent birding from the 36 m. high forest canopy tower. You will have chances to spot giant otters, different species of monkeys, such as the endemic Golden Mantle Tamarin monkey, as well as colorful and bizarre insects.
Guests are accommodated in sixteen spacious and luxurious cabins with private bathroom and hot water, private balcony and 24/7 electricity provided by a solar panel system. The lodge also counts with a large dining room, bar, library and observation tower.