Take a step out of the ordinary and into the extraordinary, with Hamadryade Lodge. Located in the High Amazon, the weather is very pleasant year round, and there is consistent access to isolated parts of the rainforest. This prime location also means that guests aren’t bothered by mosquitoes or the risk of malaria.
The lodge doesn’t just focus on vacations, though. The new wellness program was developed to allow guests to use the space as a retreat destination to help lead you towards a healthier, fuller life. Although Hamadryade offers guests a luxurious space, you’ll only have time to appreciate it at the very end of your exciting days in the jungle doing any of the many activities offered.
Each bungalow suite at Hamadryade Lodge is designed with your comfort in mind. A modern architectural style has been integrated right into the natural backdrop of the Amazon jungle. Each spacious room includes comfortable beds, native décor, and a private bathroom.
Named for the mythological Greek wood nymph, Hamadryade takes advantage of an old gold mine site as its grounds and has restored a once heavily impacted area into something extraordinarily beautiful again, with five intimate bungalows and a colorful garden.
On your trip, you will have the chance to experience:
- Waterfall exploration
- Visiting a Kichwa community
- Canoeing & rafting
*All prices are per person and in U.S. Dollars
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- Suite & suite amenities
- Activities on the chosen itinerary
- Telephone calls
- Boutique purchases
- Spa services
- Soft drinks
- Alcoholic beverages
Other Suggested Lodges
Travelers who like Hamadryade would also like La Selva Lodge, Sacha Lodge, and Napo Wildlife Center, all with exceptional hospitality standards. These lodges are further down the Napo River, are more remote, and in general will provide better wildlife viewing opportunities.
Extend your trip to Galapagos and the rest of Ecuador
Combine a trip to Hamadryade or any Amazon lodge with a cruise in the Galapagos Islands or a tour in the highlands of Ecuador.