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Cotococha Amazon Lodge offers 22 spacious bungalows, built according to traditional architecture in harmony with the surrounding rainforest. All bungalows are equipped with a private bathroom, a private veranda with reclining chairs or hammocks to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of Ecuador’s Amazon. All of Cotococha’s bungalows are scattered on four hectare jungle reserve.
The brand new M/V Manatee is a luxury cruise vessel that transports you into the heart of the Amazon in opulent surroundings. Enjoy fantastic modern amenties while you cruise, such as a splendid restaurant and bar with panoramic windows, an observation deck, an outdoor Jacuzzi and an alfresco bar.
The M/V Anakonda is a luxurious floating boutique hotel with all of the comforts and facilities you would expect from a five-star river hotel. There are 18 suites on board with large windows with plenty of areas to sit and take in the passing scenery. There is also an expansive observation deck, outdoor Jacuzzi and an alfresco lounge perfect for sipping cocktails whilst relaxing, reading or simply enjoying the incredible views.
The Napo Wildlife Centre is a community-based ecotourism project with Ecuador’s two most accessible parrot clay licks are located on its land and Giant Otters in the lake in front of the lodge. The Napo Wildlife Centre features 10 private cabanas with lake views, a dining room, bar and lounge and an adjacent observation tower.
A truly remote, safe Amazon experience that also involves interaction with one of the most isolated ethnic groups on earth. A trip to the Huaorani Ecolodge is a once in a lifetime, life-changing experience where you get the chance to learn about survival in the Amazon directly from one of the most remote Amazonian cultures on Earth.
Sacha Lodge is set amongst a 5000 acre private reserve, deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest. All of the lodge’s 26 cabins have been constructed using traditional materials. The 940 foot long canopy walkway takes you right up close to birds and animals that are normally hard to spot.