Yasuní Luxury Lodge

Rainforest Expedition

Experience the flora and fauna and enjoy the comfort of the ecolo­gical facilities in the middle of the Yasuní National Park.

Yasuní TucanCombining the lush rainforest landscape with luxury facilities in the heart of Yasuni National Park, discover its inhabi­tants in a mesme­rizing experience.
Yasuní is a metaphor of the infinite nature; it symbo­lizes the abundance of life on Earth, it speaks of a world that shall never be disco­vered in its entirety, a miracle that will never be completely understood.
In practical terms, it is the most bio-diverse ecosystem on earth. In technical terms it is a “quadruple taxonomic richness center”; a place that in only one hectare contains more living organisms than the entire European continent; a protected tract of land, in which more than a third of all Amazonian mammals are found, including a staggering 60% of all new world wild cats; a tropical garden where only a handful of trees holds as many insect species as the entire United States of America.

* national and inter­na­tional flights are not included
MAXIMUM HEIGHT: 500 m
TYPE: Klein­gruppe
REQUI­REMENT: Geringe körper­liche Verfassung
DIFFI­CULTY: BW-1 bis BW-3
Day 1: Arrival at the hotel at Añangu Lake

Departing from Quito, a 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range. After landing, about mid-morning, 5 min transfer will take you to “La Mision” Port, where you will embark onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a canoe ride along the Napo River for about 2 hours, box lunch and coffee is provided in route.
Along the way, birds like herons, kingfi­shers and others can be spotted. After arriving at hotel’s entry dock we disembark for restroom then take a majestic and peaceful 2 hours paddle canoe ride surrounded by trees, paddling along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located.
Chances to spot some species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival to the hotel with an overwhelming view of the Añangu Lake, welcome drink followed by a briefing of the local manager.

Day 2: Culture, nature and wildlife

Early wake up to reach the easiest access parrot clay licks in Ecuador, about 1 hour away from the lodge, guests reach there just before parrot activity kicks off at the clay lick between 7:30 to 8:30. A total of 11 species of parrots, parakeets and macaws can be seen.
Later, hike along forest trail to visit the Kichwa Community of Añangu and sharing time with a family on their activities.
Return to the creek and hike through a Terra Firme Forest for about 30 minutes until we arrive to the second parrot clay lick where if the weather condi­tions help will be able to find different species of parrots, parakeets and even macaws.
Lunch at the community, where you share with people of the kichwa community.
You will be paddled back to the lodge, where you arrive at late afternoon with a delicious dinner awaiting for you.

Day 3: 36 m high canopy tower

After early breakfast, we leave the lodge to experience an amazing view of the rainforest from a 36 m tall canopy tower, a great way to see the life above the ground of the forest. This is the second tower at the logde (the first is attached to the dining hall and allows great views of the lake).
The tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the terra firme forest. As you ascend the 12-floor tower, you pass through different levels of the forest and emerge on top of a huge Ceiba tree.
Here you cross onto a wooden platform that is actually built into the tree and experience the view formerly reserved only for the birds. The metal tower itself was constructed to the highest standards,
galva­nized, and carefully inspected by engineers. Safety is the priority. The platform at the top of the tree was constructed by tree platform specia­lists as well. From top to bottom, there is no finer canopy experience in Eastern Ecuador.

Day 4: Wildlife and return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion canoeing back to the Napo river, the creek may reveal new sights of Giant otters, Monk Saki monkeys or many other rare birds. Transfer to the motorized canoe in order to return back to Coca, arrival appro­xi­mately after a 2 hours boat ride in order to check-in for Coca – Quito flight, schedule to be announced according to departure details and arrangements.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.330 €
Single Occupancy: 2.110 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.575 €
Single Occupancy: 2.475 €
* Price per Person

Yasuní Zimmer

Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

Early wake up to reach the easiest access parrot clay licks in Ecuador, about 1 hour away from the lodge, guests reach there just before parrot activity kicks off at the clay lick between 7:30 to 8:30. A total of 11 species of parrots, parakeets and macaws can be seen. Later, hike along forest trail to visit the Kichwa Inter­pre­tation center “Kuri Muyu” handled by the women of the community also knows as “mamakuna” learn about the Kichwa culture, crafts, customs and tradi­tional use of natural resources.
Return to the creek and hike through a Terra Firme Forest for about 30 minutes until we arrive to the second parrot clay lick where if the weather condi­tions help will be able to find different species of parrots, parakeets and even macaws. Lunch. You will be paddled back to the lodge, where you arrive at late afternoon with a delicious dinner awaiting for you.

Day 4: Tiputini paths and wildlife

This morning we hike along the Tiputini trail and its terra-firma forests and swamp forests, searching for more wildlife such as Golden-Mantled Tamarins, White-Faced capuchin monkey, two and three toed sloths, pigmy squirrels, carni­vores and their tracks on the forest floor.
Back to the lodge for lunch and a well-deserved rest. In the afternoon paddle canoes will take you to explore deeper areas in the surrounding creeks with more possi­bi­lities of seeing unique wildlife. After dinner you will share a talk about the community.

Day 5: Wildlife and return to Quito

Early breakfast, and last excursion canoeing back to the Napo river, the creek may reveal new sights of Giant otters, Monk Saki monkeys, hoatzins, black capped donacobius or other birds. The motorized canoe will take you back to Coca, for the flight back to Quito.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.630 €
Single Occupancy: 2.560 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.950 €
Single Occupancy: 3.035 €
* Price per Person

Yasuní Badezimmer

Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

Early wake up to reach the easiest access parrot clay licks in Ecuador, about 1 hour away from the lodge, guests reach there just before parrot activity kicks off at the clay lick between 7:30 to 8:30. A total of 11 species of parrots, parakeets and macaws can be seen. Later, hike along forest trail to visit the Kichwa Inter­pre­tation center “Kuri Muyu” handled by the women of the community also knows as “mamakuna” learn about the Kichwa culture, crafts, customs and tradi­tional use of natural resources.
Return to the creek and hike through a Terra Firme Forest for about 30 minutes until we arrive to the second parrot clay lick where if the weather condi­tions help will be able to find different species of parrots, parakeets and even macaws. Lunch. You will be paddled back to the lodge, where you arrive at late afternoon with a delicious dinner awaiting for you.

Day 4: Guangana, Jaguar and Flora

Today we will walk the “guangana” trail, where we will reach 250 meters above sea level (BW – 4). This trail combines flooded and dry forest, swamps and biodi­versity of plant species, offering another exciting experience inside the Ecuadorian Amazon. On this location named after white collared peccaries “guanganas” we will try to find this unique mammals that inhabit this place.
It is also likely to find jaguar and wild cat footpaths. During this hike, our local guide will explain about tropical rainforest ecosystems. In the afternoon we will navigate the Añangu­cocha lagoon and its adjacent stream, called “caria­ñangu”. Throughout this tour we will appre­ciate the flora that surrounds this path, home of howler and spider monkeys, giant otters and many other species.

Day 5: Tiputini and Waorani’s culture

This day we will travel to “Tiputini” river, crossing through Amazon primary forest where we will camp inside the jungle in spacious and comfor­table tents, always maintaining a perso­na­lized service for our guests.
The first is to enjoy a walk along the ”Tiputini” path inside the rainforest, where we will find creeks and swamps, searching for golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, 2 & 3 finger sloths; and other mammals. This walk lasts for about 7 hours (high-medium­dif­fi­culty).
In the afternoon, after lunch we will visit the “Waorani” community of “Guiyero” in order to experience a second cultural approach, where we’ll learn about their culture, music, dances and customs. At dusk we will navigate the “Tiputini” river in search of gray dolphins, and caimans, two of the most emble­matic aquatic species.
At the end of the day, we will go back to the camp for dinner. In the evening you will have the oppor­tunity to enjoy the jungle from another perspective, with its wonderful night sounds and the possi­bility to see different nocturnal species such as insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Day 6: Wildlife and Return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion navigating the white water of the “Tiputini” river, then take a local bus “chiva” heading to “Pompeya” town, where our staff will be waiting to take you to the City of “Coca”.
The flight Coca-Quito schedule will be announced according to the arran­ge­ments and itine­raries proposed by the airline.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.935 €
Single Occupancy: 3.015 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.299 €
Single Occupancy: 3.560 €
* Price per Person

Yasuní Zimmer

Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

This morning we visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador !!! Early start and paddle down stream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, take the motor boat for a 10 minute ride for a wonderful view of thousands of parrots such as Amazon – Mealy, blue-headed, orange – cheek, among others, landing on the earth to eat the clay.
Later, back to the welcome area and a short hike to the parakeets’ clay lick, where hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain on the top of the trees searching for the best time to eat the salts, chemicals and minerals contained in the organic matter. Lunch in the welcome area.
In the afternoon, visit the inter­pre­tation area to see the tradi­tions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu. Back to the lodge late in the afternoon where you’ll be welcomed back with a refreshing fresh juice. Dinner at 7:30 pm.

Day 4: Kichwa family hosts and lookout tower in Kury Muyo

This day we will visit the “Kichwa Añangu Community” where we will have the oppor­tunity to interact with local people and learn about their culture and lifestyle. We will also visit the school and common areas, as well as one of their homes, where a Kichwa family will host and tell us about their culture and traditions.
Additio­nally we learn how the Community has developed in recent years, improving education and health. Lunch will be served at the Community. In the afternoon we will walk to the obser­vation tower, 40 meters high, located a few meters away from the lodge. In this location we could spot different species of birds from the mainland.
Finally we will walk to our second obser­vation tower located in “Kury Muyo” south of the Community and very close to Napo River, where we could spot birds that live near the river and the beach ecosystems. Arrival to the hotel for dinner.

Day 5: Guangana, Jaguar and Flora

Today we will walk the “guangana” trail, where we will reach 250 meters above sea level (BW – 4). This trail combines flooded and dry forest, swamps and biodi­versity of plant species, offering another exciting experience inside the Ecuadorian Amazon. On this location named after white collared peccaries “guanganas” we will try to find this unique mammals that inhabit this place.
It is also likely to find jaguar and wild cat footpaths. During this hike, our local guide will explain about tropical rainforest ecosystems. In the afternoon we will navigate the Añangu­cocha lagoon and its adjacent stream, called “caria­ñangu”. Throughout this tour we will appre­ciate the flora that surrounds this path, home of howler and spider monkeys, giant otters and many other species.

Day 6: Tiputini and Waorani’s culture

This day we will travel to “Tiputini” river, crossing through Amazon primary forest where we will camp inside the jungle in spacious and comfor­table tents, always maintaining a perso­na­lized service for our guests.
The first is to enjoy a walk along the ”Tiputini” path inside the rainforest, where we will find creeks and swamps, searching for golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, 2 & 3 finger sloths; and other mammals. This walk lasts for about 7 hours (high-medium­dif­fi­culty)..
In the afternoon, after lunch we will visit the “Waorani” community of “Guiyero” in order to experience a second cultural approach, where we’ll learn about their culture, music, dances and customs. At dusk we will navigate the “Tiputini” river in search of gray dolphins, and caimans, two of the most emble­matic aquatic species.
At the end of the day, we will go back to the camp for dinner. In the evening you will have the oppor­tunity to enjoy the jungle from another perspective, with its wonderful night sounds and the possi­bility to see different nocturnal species such as insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Day 7: Wildlife and Return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion navigating the white water of the “Tiputini” river, then take a local bus “chiva” heading to “Pompeya” town, where our staff will be waiting to take you to the City of “Coca”.
The flight Coca-Quito schedule will be announced according to the arran­ge­ments and itine­raries proposed by the airline.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.229 €
Single Occupancy: 3.455 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.660 €
Single Occupancy: 4.099 €
* Price per Person

Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

This morning we visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador !!! Early start and paddle down stream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, take the motor boat for a 10 minute ride for a wonderful view of thousands of parrots such as Amazon – Mealy, blue-headed, orange – cheek, among others, landing on the earth to eat the clay.
Later, back to the welcome area and a short hike to the parakeets’ clay lick, where hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain on the top of the trees searching for the best time to eat the salts, chemicals and minerals contained in the organic matter. Lunch in the welcome area.
In the afternoon, visit the inter­pre­tation area to see the tradi­tions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu. Back to the lodge late in the afternoon where you’ll be welcomed back with a refreshing fresh juice. Dinner at 7:30 pm.

Day 4: Samona path, flora and wildlife

This day starts after breakfast. We will be hiking in primary Amazon forest on the “Samona” trail (mild diffi­culty) throughout the day.
During this walk we could possibly observe various mammals such as peccaries, deer, howler, saki, and barizo monkeys and many other species.
Additio­nally this is a great oppor­tunity to learn about the local flora, and ancient trees whose properties have been used both for medicinal purposes and raw material for tools of everyday life within the Community.
During this journey we’ll travel to the lagoon and its small creeks we will go searching for giant otters and other emble­matic species of this habitat that are occasio­nally observed in this section of the river branches.

Day 5: Kichwa family hosts and lookout tower in Kury Muyo

This day we will visit the “Kichwa Añangu Community” where we will have the oppor­tunity to interact with local people and learn about their culture and lifestyle. We will also visit the school and common areas, as well as one of their homes, where a Kichwa family will host and tell us about their culture and traditions.
Additio­nally we learn how the Community has developed in recent years, improving education and health. Lunch will be served at the Community. In the afternoon we will walk to the obser­vation tower, 40 meters high, located a few meters away from the lodge. In this location we could spot different species of birds from the mainland.
Finally we will walk to our second obser­vation tower located in “Kury Muyo” south of the Community and very close to Napo River, where we could spot birds that live near the river and the beach ecosystems. Arrival to the hotel for dinner.

Day 6: Guangana, Jaguar and Flora

Today we will walk the “guangana” trail, where we will reach 250 meters above sea level (BW – 4). This trail combines flooded and dry forest, swamps and biodi­versity of plant species, offering another exciting experience inside the Ecuadorian Amazon. On this location named after white collared peccaries “guanganas” we will try to find this unique mammals that inhabit this place.
It is also likely to find jaguar and wild cat footpaths. During this hike, our local guide will explain about tropical rainforest ecosystems. In the afternoon we will navigate the Añangu­cocha lagoon and its adjacent stream, called “caria­ñangu”. Throughout this tour we will appre­ciate the flora that surrounds this path, home of howler and spider monkeys, giant otters and many other species.

Day 7: Tiputini and Waorani’s culture

This day we will travel to “Tiputini” river, crossing through Amazon primary forest where we will camp inside the jungle in spacious and comfor­table tents, always maintaining a perso­na­lized service for our guests.
The first is to enjoy a walk along the ”Tiputini” path inside the rainforest, where we will find creeks and swamps, searching for golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, 2 & 3 finger sloths; and other mammals. This walk lasts for about 7 hours (high-medium­dif­fi­culty).
In the afternoon, after lunch we will visit the “Waorani” community of “Guiyero” in order to experience a second cultural approach, where we’ll learn about their culture, music, dances and customs. At dusk we will navigate the “Tiputini” river in search of gray dolphins, and caimans, two of the most emble­matic aquatic species.
At the end of the day, we will go back to the camp for dinner. In the evening you will have the oppor­tunity to enjoy the jungle from another perspective, with its wonderful night sounds and the possi­bility to see different nocturnal species such as insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Day 8: Wildlife and Return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion navigating the white water of the “Tiputini” river, then take a local bus “chiva” heading to “Pompeya” town, where our staff will be waiting to take you to the City of “Coca”.
The flight Coca-Quito schedule will be announced according to the arran­ge­ments and itine­raries proposed by the airline.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.505 €
Single Occupancy: 3.870 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.990 €
Single Occupancy: 4.605 €
* Price per Person

4 Days - 3 Nights
Day 1: Arrival at the hotel at Añangu Lake

Departing from Quito, a 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range. After landing, about mid-morning, 5 min transfer will take you to “La Mision” Port, where you will embark onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a canoe ride along the Napo River for about 2 hours, box lunch and coffee is provided in route.
Along the way, birds like herons, kingfi­shers and others can be spotted. After arriving at hotel’s entry dock we disembark for restroom then take a majestic and peaceful 2 hours paddle canoe ride surrounded by trees, paddling along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located.
Chances to spot some species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival to the hotel with an overwhelming view of the Añangu Lake, welcome drink followed by a briefing of the local manager.

Day 2: Culture, nature and wildlife

Early wake up to reach the easiest access parrot clay licks in Ecuador, about 1 hour away from the lodge, guests reach there just before parrot activity kicks off at the clay lick between 7:30 to 8:30. A total of 11 species of parrots, parakeets and macaws can be seen.
Later, hike along forest trail to visit the Kichwa Community of Añangu and sharing time with a family on their activities.
Return to the creek and hike through a Terra Firme Forest for about 30 minutes until we arrive to the second parrot clay lick where if the weather condi­tions help will be able to find different species of parrots, parakeets and even macaws.
Lunch at the community, where you share with people of the kichwa community.
You will be paddled back to the lodge, where you arrive at late afternoon with a delicious dinner awaiting for you.

Day 3: 36 m high canopy tower

After early breakfast, we leave the lodge to experience an amazing view of the rainforest from a 36 m tall canopy tower, a great way to see the life above the ground of the forest. This is the second tower at the logde (the first is attached to the dining hall and allows great views of the lake).
The tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the terra firme forest. As you ascend the 12-floor tower, you pass through different levels of the forest and emerge on top of a huge Ceiba tree.
Here you cross onto a wooden platform that is actually built into the tree and experience the view formerly reserved only for the birds. The metal tower itself was constructed to the highest standards,
galva­nized, and carefully inspected by engineers. Safety is the priority. The platform at the top of the tree was constructed by tree platform specia­lists as well. From top to bottom, there is no finer canopy experience in Eastern Ecuador.

Day 4: Wildlife and return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion canoeing back to the Napo river, the creek may reveal new sights of Giant otters, Monk Saki monkeys or many other rare birds. Transfer to the motorized canoe in order to return back to Coca, arrival appro­xi­mately after a 2 hours boat ride in order to check-in for Coca – Quito flight, schedule to be announced according to departure details and arrangements.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.330 €
Single Occupancy: 2.110 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.575 €
Single Occupancy: 2.475 €
* Price per Person

Yasuní Zimmer

5 Days - 4 Nights
Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

Early wake up to reach the easiest access parrot clay licks in Ecuador, about 1 hour away from the lodge, guests reach there just before parrot activity kicks off at the clay lick between 7:30 to 8:30. A total of 11 species of parrots, parakeets and macaws can be seen. Later, hike along forest trail to visit the Kichwa Inter­pre­tation center “Kuri Muyu” handled by the women of the community also knows as “mamakuna” learn about the Kichwa culture, crafts, customs and tradi­tional use of natural resources.
Return to the creek and hike through a Terra Firme Forest for about 30 minutes until we arrive to the second parrot clay lick where if the weather condi­tions help will be able to find different species of parrots, parakeets and even macaws. Lunch. You will be paddled back to the lodge, where you arrive at late afternoon with a delicious dinner awaiting for you.

Day 4: Tiputini paths and wildlife

This morning we hike along the Tiputini trail and its terra-firma forests and swamp forests, searching for more wildlife such as Golden-Mantled Tamarins, White-Faced capuchin monkey, two and three toed sloths, pigmy squirrels, carni­vores and their tracks on the forest floor.
Back to the lodge for lunch and a well-deserved rest. In the afternoon paddle canoes will take you to explore deeper areas in the surrounding creeks with more possi­bi­lities of seeing unique wildlife. After dinner you will share a talk about the community.

Day 5: Wildlife and return to Quito

Early breakfast, and last excursion canoeing back to the Napo river, the creek may reveal new sights of Giant otters, Monk Saki monkeys, hoatzins, black capped donacobius or other birds. The motorized canoe will take you back to Coca, for the flight back to Quito.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.630 €
Single Occupancy: 2.560 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.950 €
Single Occupancy: 3.035 €
* Price per Person

Yasuní Badezimmer

6 Days - 5 Nights
Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

Early wake up to reach the easiest access parrot clay licks in Ecuador, about 1 hour away from the lodge, guests reach there just before parrot activity kicks off at the clay lick between 7:30 to 8:30. A total of 11 species of parrots, parakeets and macaws can be seen. Later, hike along forest trail to visit the Kichwa Inter­pre­tation center “Kuri Muyu” handled by the women of the community also knows as “mamakuna” learn about the Kichwa culture, crafts, customs and tradi­tional use of natural resources.
Return to the creek and hike through a Terra Firme Forest for about 30 minutes until we arrive to the second parrot clay lick where if the weather condi­tions help will be able to find different species of parrots, parakeets and even macaws. Lunch. You will be paddled back to the lodge, where you arrive at late afternoon with a delicious dinner awaiting for you.

Day 4: Guangana, Jaguar and Flora

Today we will walk the “guangana” trail, where we will reach 250 meters above sea level (BW – 4). This trail combines flooded and dry forest, swamps and biodi­versity of plant species, offering another exciting experience inside the Ecuadorian Amazon. On this location named after white collared peccaries “guanganas” we will try to find this unique mammals that inhabit this place.
It is also likely to find jaguar and wild cat footpaths. During this hike, our local guide will explain about tropical rainforest ecosystems. In the afternoon we will navigate the Añangu­cocha lagoon and its adjacent stream, called “caria­ñangu”. Throughout this tour we will appre­ciate the flora that surrounds this path, home of howler and spider monkeys, giant otters and many other species.

Day 5: Tiputini and Waorani’s culture

This day we will travel to “Tiputini” river, crossing through Amazon primary forest where we will camp inside the jungle in spacious and comfor­table tents, always maintaining a perso­na­lized service for our guests.
The first is to enjoy a walk along the ”Tiputini” path inside the rainforest, where we will find creeks and swamps, searching for golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, 2 & 3 finger sloths; and other mammals. This walk lasts for about 7 hours (high-medium­dif­fi­culty).
In the afternoon, after lunch we will visit the “Waorani” community of “Guiyero” in order to experience a second cultural approach, where we’ll learn about their culture, music, dances and customs. At dusk we will navigate the “Tiputini” river in search of gray dolphins, and caimans, two of the most emble­matic aquatic species.
At the end of the day, we will go back to the camp for dinner. In the evening you will have the oppor­tunity to enjoy the jungle from another perspective, with its wonderful night sounds and the possi­bility to see different nocturnal species such as insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Day 6: Wildlife and Return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion navigating the white water of the “Tiputini” river, then take a local bus “chiva” heading to “Pompeya” town, where our staff will be waiting to take you to the City of “Coca”.
The flight Coca-Quito schedule will be announced according to the arran­ge­ments and itine­raries proposed by the airline.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 1.935 €
Single Occupancy: 3.015 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.299 €
Single Occupancy: 3.560 €
* Price per Person

Yasuní Zimmer

7 Days - 6 Nights
Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

This morning we visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador !!! Early start and paddle down stream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, take the motor boat for a 10 minute ride for a wonderful view of thousands of parrots such as Amazon – Mealy, blue-headed, orange – cheek, among others, landing on the earth to eat the clay.
Later, back to the welcome area and a short hike to the parakeets’ clay lick, where hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain on the top of the trees searching for the best time to eat the salts, chemicals and minerals contained in the organic matter. Lunch in the welcome area.
In the afternoon, visit the inter­pre­tation area to see the tradi­tions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu. Back to the lodge late in the afternoon where you’ll be welcomed back with a refreshing fresh juice. Dinner at 7:30 pm.

Day 4: Kichwa family hosts and lookout tower in Kury Muyo

This day we will visit the “Kichwa Añangu Community” where we will have the oppor­tunity to interact with local people and learn about their culture and lifestyle. We will also visit the school and common areas, as well as one of their homes, where a Kichwa family will host and tell us about their culture and traditions.
Additio­nally we learn how the Community has developed in recent years, improving education and health. Lunch will be served at the Community. In the afternoon we will walk to the obser­vation tower, 40 meters high, located a few meters away from the lodge. In this location we could spot different species of birds from the mainland.
Finally we will walk to our second obser­vation tower located in “Kury Muyo” south of the Community and very close to Napo River, where we could spot birds that live near the river and the beach ecosystems. Arrival to the hotel for dinner.

Day 5: Guangana, Jaguar and Flora

Today we will walk the “guangana” trail, where we will reach 250 meters above sea level (BW – 4). This trail combines flooded and dry forest, swamps and biodi­versity of plant species, offering another exciting experience inside the Ecuadorian Amazon. On this location named after white collared peccaries “guanganas” we will try to find this unique mammals that inhabit this place.
It is also likely to find jaguar and wild cat footpaths. During this hike, our local guide will explain about tropical rainforest ecosystems. In the afternoon we will navigate the Añangu­cocha lagoon and its adjacent stream, called “caria­ñangu”. Throughout this tour we will appre­ciate the flora that surrounds this path, home of howler and spider monkeys, giant otters and many other species.

Day 6: Tiputini and Waorani’s culture

This day we will travel to “Tiputini” river, crossing through Amazon primary forest where we will camp inside the jungle in spacious and comfor­table tents, always maintaining a perso­na­lized service for our guests.
The first is to enjoy a walk along the ”Tiputini” path inside the rainforest, where we will find creeks and swamps, searching for golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, 2 & 3 finger sloths; and other mammals. This walk lasts for about 7 hours (high-medium­dif­fi­culty)..
In the afternoon, after lunch we will visit the “Waorani” community of “Guiyero” in order to experience a second cultural approach, where we’ll learn about their culture, music, dances and customs. At dusk we will navigate the “Tiputini” river in search of gray dolphins, and caimans, two of the most emble­matic aquatic species.
At the end of the day, we will go back to the camp for dinner. In the evening you will have the oppor­tunity to enjoy the jungle from another perspective, with its wonderful night sounds and the possi­bility to see different nocturnal species such as insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Day 7: Wildlife and Return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion navigating the white water of the “Tiputini” river, then take a local bus “chiva” heading to “Pompeya” town, where our staff will be waiting to take you to the City of “Coca”.
The flight Coca-Quito schedule will be announced according to the arran­ge­ments and itine­raries proposed by the airline.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.229 €
Single Occupancy: 3.455 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.660 €
Single Occupancy: 4.099 €
* Price per Person

8 Days - 7 Nights
Day 1: Arrival at Yasuní

A rewarding 30 minute flight to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this amazing experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfor­table covered motor boat. Here we start a boat ride along the Napo for appro­xi­mately 2 hours. Some birds can be spotted on the way. After arriving at the hotel’s welcoming area, we take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe along a narrow creek that connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Great chances to spot wildlife, various species of monkeys as well as large birds like toucans, parrots or even macaws. Late afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Day 2: Canopy tower, the flora and fauna

After a buffet breakfast, experience the life above the forest floor visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge deep within the forest. Get a very good sample of the 567 species recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycat­chers and even Spider or Howler Monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees.
Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch there are many options to choose from before you start the afternoon activity: climb the central tower for birdwatching, or just relax in your hammock.
In the afternoon, hike through a marvelous terra- firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest: vines, ancient trees, brome­liads, orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding creeks with possi­bi­lities of running into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you at 7:30pm.

Day 3: The parrots licking and the Kichwa community

This morning we visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador !!! Early start and paddle down stream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, take the motor boat for a 10 minute ride for a wonderful view of thousands of parrots such as Amazon – Mealy, blue-headed, orange – cheek, among others, landing on the earth to eat the clay.
Later, back to the welcome area and a short hike to the parakeets’ clay lick, where hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain on the top of the trees searching for the best time to eat the salts, chemicals and minerals contained in the organic matter. Lunch in the welcome area.
In the afternoon, visit the inter­pre­tation area to see the tradi­tions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu. Back to the lodge late in the afternoon where you’ll be welcomed back with a refreshing fresh juice. Dinner at 7:30 pm.

Day 4: Samona path, flora and wildlife

This day starts after breakfast. We will be hiking in primary Amazon forest on the “Samona” trail (mild diffi­culty) throughout the day.
During this walk we could possibly observe various mammals such as peccaries, deer, howler, saki, and barizo monkeys and many other species.
Additio­nally this is a great oppor­tunity to learn about the local flora, and ancient trees whose properties have been used both for medicinal purposes and raw material for tools of everyday life within the Community.
During this journey we’ll travel to the lagoon and its small creeks we will go searching for giant otters and other emble­matic species of this habitat that are occasio­nally observed in this section of the river branches.

Day 5: Kichwa family hosts and lookout tower in Kury Muyo

This day we will visit the “Kichwa Añangu Community” where we will have the oppor­tunity to interact with local people and learn about their culture and lifestyle. We will also visit the school and common areas, as well as one of their homes, where a Kichwa family will host and tell us about their culture and traditions.
Additio­nally we learn how the Community has developed in recent years, improving education and health. Lunch will be served at the Community. In the afternoon we will walk to the obser­vation tower, 40 meters high, located a few meters away from the lodge. In this location we could spot different species of birds from the mainland.
Finally we will walk to our second obser­vation tower located in “Kury Muyo” south of the Community and very close to Napo River, where we could spot birds that live near the river and the beach ecosystems. Arrival to the hotel for dinner.

Day 6: Guangana, Jaguar and Flora

Today we will walk the “guangana” trail, where we will reach 250 meters above sea level (BW – 4). This trail combines flooded and dry forest, swamps and biodi­versity of plant species, offering another exciting experience inside the Ecuadorian Amazon. On this location named after white collared peccaries “guanganas” we will try to find this unique mammals that inhabit this place.
It is also likely to find jaguar and wild cat footpaths. During this hike, our local guide will explain about tropical rainforest ecosystems. In the afternoon we will navigate the Añangu­cocha lagoon and its adjacent stream, called “caria­ñangu”. Throughout this tour we will appre­ciate the flora that surrounds this path, home of howler and spider monkeys, giant otters and many other species.

Day 7: Tiputini and Waorani’s culture

This day we will travel to “Tiputini” river, crossing through Amazon primary forest where we will camp inside the jungle in spacious and comfor­table tents, always maintaining a perso­na­lized service for our guests.
The first is to enjoy a walk along the ”Tiputini” path inside the rainforest, where we will find creeks and swamps, searching for golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, 2 & 3 finger sloths; and other mammals. This walk lasts for about 7 hours (high-medium­dif­fi­culty).
In the afternoon, after lunch we will visit the “Waorani” community of “Guiyero” in order to experience a second cultural approach, where we’ll learn about their culture, music, dances and customs. At dusk we will navigate the “Tiputini” river in search of gray dolphins, and caimans, two of the most emble­matic aquatic species.
At the end of the day, we will go back to the camp for dinner. In the evening you will have the oppor­tunity to enjoy the jungle from another perspective, with its wonderful night sounds and the possi­bility to see different nocturnal species such as insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Day 8: Wildlife and Return to Quito

Early departure and last excursion navigating the white water of the “Tiputini” river, then take a local bus “chiva” heading to “Pompeya” town, where our staff will be waiting to take you to the City of “Coca”.
The flight Coca-Quito schedule will be announced according to the arran­ge­ments and itine­raries proposed by the airline.

STANDARD CABIN
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.505 €
Single Occupancy: 3.870 €
SUITES
Double – Triple Occupancy: 2.990 €
Single Occupancy: 4.605 €
* Price per Person

SERVICES
Included
  • River trans­por­tation to Coca – Lodge -Coca
  • Accom­mo­da­tions
  • All meals (B/L/D)

  • Entrance to Yasuni National Park and parrot claylicks
  • Community and naturalist bilingual guide
  • Imper­meable poncho and rubber boots
  • All excur­sions and activities like program detail
Not Included
  • 249 Euro per person: Air tickets Quito-Coca-Quito with
    assis­tance from the airport in Quito on (help with
    check-in and land transfers in Coca)
  • Beverages, tips and other non specified requirements
    (laundry and internet)
Recom­mended equipment (not included)
  • Wear long pants that are easy to dry, since it rains a lot in the jungle and it is advisable to have long pants by the mosquito, comfor­table, not hot and dry quickly
  • Swimsuit or swimming shorts and T-shirt
  • Comfor­table sneakers
  • Cap, glasses, camera
INDICA­TIONS

These are sample itine­raries, subject to change due to climate and security condi­tions and interests
of groups.

Changes and additions will be made in order to maximize wildlife sightings, cultural exchange and community with the stay in a biolo­gi­cally rich region such as the Yasuni NationalPark.

Please contact us to customize your itinerary and address in order to their Interests make this an unfor­gettable experience in the EcuadorianAmazon.

DIFFI­CULTY
BW-1 (gentle walk)

The simplest form of hiking uses only wide and well-developed roads. Mainly on flat terrain and little inclined, without descents and exposed stairs. Usually well marked trails. No special equipment is required, it is recom­mended to wear comfor­table walking shoes. More comfort and less physical activity. Cultural walks with contact with people. No prior knowledge required.

BW-2 (challenging walks / activities)

Activities partially challenging or longer than BW-1 (hiking and cycling). Partially difficult terrain (very steep terrain). Good health and good physical condition are required. Availa­bility to light physical efforts, such as cycling and hiking.

BW-3 (mountains tours / outdoors activities)

Activities or hikes that are often demanding and / or extensive. Trails with consi­derable slopes, narrow, and not always well marked. For mountai­neering an accli­ma­tiz­ation process is required (heights more than 4.000 m). Safety when walking. Predis­po­sition for heights. It requires very good health and good physical condition. Adven­turous spirit.

BW-4 (Heavy Mountain Tour / outdoors activities)

In this category, mountai­neering begins on a high alpine landscape (heights more than 5,000 m). For mountai­neering, an accli­ma­tiz­ation process is required. Use of crampons, ice axes, harnesses, and helmets are required. It requires excellent general health and physical condition. A sporting spirit and predis­po­sition for demanding weather conditions.

BW-5 (extremely heavy mountain tour / outdoors activities)

Very serious mountain tours that demand a high level of risk-taking even for experi­enced mountai­neers. Routes over very steep, and very exposed rock. As a rule, these alpine excur­sions are unmarked. The knowledge of the use of the equipment is extremely important. Technical mountains are climbed on this type of tour.

Our active trips are generally not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Do not hesitate to contact us, we will be glad to advise you.

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