We have an exclusive accommodation for 40 guests, offering a more intimate experience with the rainforest. Rooms and private cabins made with materials from the area, and thatch with modern bathrooms and showers each. The bar and dining room has a cozy atmosphere and a beautiful view of the jungle, where we feasted on delicious dishes combining fresh local ingredients with traditional style.
After sunset a special dinner with original desserts and good coffee or tea served with the friendliness of our indigenous staff. Vegetarian dishes, chicken, meat and fish, fresh bread, exotic fruits such as soursop, guava, naranjilla, citrus, among others. All this and more are the perfect complement to your visit to a world full of adventure, relaxation and extreme fun for all ages and tastes
- Convenient and comfortable rooms and cabins built with multiple materials typical of the area with bathroom and shower
- Each bathroom has a sink, shower, mirror, toilet, towel, soap and toilet paper
- Water is provided 24 hours a day in the bathrooms
- It provides electricity via a generator from 18H00 until 22H00
- Social area, kitchen, dining room and reading room
- Cottage with deck off
- Our cleaning staff is responsible to fix and clean the cabins daily
- Private beach and camping area (on request)
- Rental service or reservations of private and public transport
- Private Parking
- Long or short walks inside and outside the Lodge
- Observation of medicinal plants, birds and fauna of the east
- Learning techniques and materials used in the jungle
- Panning for gold
- Descending buoys or rafts in the river
- Motor canoe ride down the rivers of the Amazon (life jackets)
- Visit Animal Rescue Centers
- Museum Tour traps and livelihood of their peoples
- Houses of Indian handicrafts
- Practice with the blowpipe or Bodoquera
- Visit a Kichwa family in the area that will teach us their customs and traditions used in their daily lives
- Night hike
- Canoeing around our private sandy beach on the Rio Pusuno
- Shaman Ritual with the doctor or the east
- Rafting - Kayaking and more
5 Days / 4 Nights
Day 1: Tour starts in the city of Tena. Lunch. Then go directly to visit the Port Misahualli to see the famous Machin monkeys. Then travel to the lodge. In the afternoon it's time to take advantage of the private beach at Suchipakari Jungle Lodge and have a refreshing dip in the river.
Dinner and information from guide about activities for the next day.
Day 2: After breakfast we will continue with a guided walk into the jungle to view the spectacular R?o Blanco Waterfall. Throughout this walk you will have the chance to observe and learn via the guide, about a variety of species of flora and fauna that exist in the Primary and Secondary Rainforests of the Ecuadorian Amazon. We will have a packed lunch upon arrival at the waterfall and a swim in the river. When we return to the lodge we will have a special dinner and a toast with the traditional drink ?chicha de yucca?.
Day 3: Breakfast. Distribution of lifejackets, so guests can board a motorised canoe to sail down the river. Enjoying the views of the Amazonian landscape as they go by. Arrive at the Arajuno Museum where a native guide will explain the customs and traditions of the Amazon. There will be emphasis on medicinal plants, use of antidotes, methods of communication and hunting tools. Following this visit we will go to the Amazonico Animal Rescue Centre, which specializes in the rescue of jungle animals such as toucans, papagayos, parrots, various types of monkeys, jaguars, capybaras, etc. It works towards their conservation and reintroduction into their natural habitats. Box Lunch in the jungle. Dinner before a nocturnal walk.
Day 4: Breakfast before a trip into the jungle to reach the natural view point of Suchipakari Jungle Lodge. From this viewpoint it is possible to observe many species of flora and fauna. Photos can be taken beside the ?Ceibo? tree, a gigantic Amazonian tree. Lunch at the Lodge.
In the afternoon, walk to our private beach for tubing in the river. Then will be a visit to a Kichwa community, where we will participate in the preparation of the traditional drink ?chicha de yuca?. Dinner and a farewell bonfire.
Day 5: After breakfast, guests will have the opportunity to go panning for gold along the Napo River. Traditional instruments such as a ?batea? and ?canel?n? will be used. Travel to the city of Tena. Here, we say goodbye and end of our services.
What to bring: Identification ? passport or identification card, Flash light, Light shoes, suitable for getting wet and/or sneakers, Clothing suitable for a hot and humid climate, where there are frequent downpours of rain, Swim suit, Raincoat or anorak, Hat or cap, Sunglasses, Insect repellent and sun cream, Binoculars, Required daily medicine, Camera or video camera.
- Lodging and all meals provided
- Entry and travel to and from all the programmed excursions
- Native Guides
- Wellington/rain boots (Size should be requested in advance)
Rates do not include:
- Transportation to the lodge.
- Drinks with or without alcohol.
- Tips and Extras.
- Transportation from Quito: Tena - Quito (Bus $8) or Private Transport
- Extra: Shaman $20; Cavernas Jumandy $20, Rafting $60; Kayak $60