Discover the magic, myths and mysteries of the:

Ecuadorian Amazon

We offer rich and varied activities for all tastes and interests, combining spectacular natural sceneries and wildlife with enriching cultural moments. Our excursions offer visitors the possibility of observing over 380 species of birds, more than 96 species of mammals, and a whole universe of trees and age-old plants such as the 500 year old “Ceibo.”

You will hike along trails lined with fruit trees and ride a boat along magical rivers. You will also have the opportunity to gather with local indigenous communities to get to know their unique way of living.

Enjoy days filled with adventures and new discoveries!

Explore our activities

Nocturnal walk

In this activity, we will explore the jungle’s nocturnal life. After dinner, equipped with a flashlight, we will delve into the marvelous forest night. You will enjoy a true symphony of sounds, filled with harmonies and voices of the forest fauna, that will take you to another dimension.


Watching the enchanting fireflies and reptiles

Every night we offer a boat trip along the waters of Sapococha lake, where the fireflies’ spectacle of lights and sounds takes place. The discreet caimans will also be in the spotlight while we enjoy the symphony of the nocturnal birds, making this unique and authentic night show complete.

Canoeing activities on the rivers of the Reserve

The Reserve is the area that surrounds the lagoon. We will sail its waters to explore the animals that inhabit this zone. It is not difficult to come across deer, tapirs or lowland pacas. We will also watch a large number of birds that inhabit the lagoon area and its surroundings.


Exploring animals and medicinal plants

Local natives of the jungle will share their ancient knowledge with the visitors, teaching about the medicinal plants of the forest and proper usage for each disease. During this trip, you will come across a large variety of birds and mammals.

Visit to a local Community

After breakfast, we will leave the Lodge and head towards the Napo River, where we will visit the Kichwa Añangu community. We will know their customs, their dances, their products and their authentic way of life.
We will spend a day with them and together we will prepare a typical local lunch. Following the local tradition, our hosts will serve you a delicious “fish maito”.

Visit to the Bird Observation Tower

On the penultimate day of the stay we will do this wonderful bird watching activity, you will see birds of vibrant colors and you will be delighted with their unique songs and sounds. This activity is carried out in the Kichwa Añangu indigenous community.

These activities are not included, they have an extra cost.

Fishing Pirañas

Test your fishing skills with us! In this activity, we will sail in small paddle boats along the river with our local guides, who will teach you the traditional way of fishing. We will go on a recreational piraña fishing activity and, if luck is on our side, we will get to see this interesting fish face-to-face!

Excursion along several trails into the woods

We will enter the tropical forest through a trail called “Dos Ramas” (“Two Branches,” in Spanish), where we will learn about many plant species. The knowledge of our savvy guides will allow us to discover trees more than 500 years old. We will observe the symbiosis of the jungle with their inhabitants and will discover the secrets, magic and enchantment of the Amazon rainforest.

Blowpipe activities

We will explore the ancient weapon of all the people who inhabit the Amazon watershed region, and we will learn how to use it in a very engaging activity. The ancient native people of the jungle used this blowpipe or blowgun in the past to hunt their prey, as well as a war weapon. All of this ancient knowledge will be shared with you.

Visit to the Chaman

Upon request, you can schedule a visit to the Shaman of the region, an authority of the jungle, who bears indigenous legacy and wisdom. During this visit, you will get to know more about this extraordinary figure and be enthralled with the knowledge this personage has about the tropical forest. You will also learn about natural medicine in its most authentic form.

These activities are not included, they have an extra cost.

Visit to the parrot licks

We will walk along a trail and arrive at a strategic hidden place in the forest, with a direct view to an incredible wall of parrots, allowing visitors to closely watch eleven different species of parrots, parakeets and macaws. On certain occasions you may even see mammals such as howler monkeys, tapirs and peccaries that come to this area to drink water or obtain vital minerals.

Rest zone

We have a rest area where you can relax in the afternoon or evening and enjoy an exotic drink, read a book, meditate, spend some time with friends, or swing on a hammock while listening to the birds singing.