Strategically located on the Napo River only 60 minutes by covered motorized canoe from Puerto Francisco de Orellana (Coca) lays Yarina Lodge. Deep in the wilds of the Amazonian jungle in an area of forest with the highest diversity of micro-habitats in the Napo area, reserved for indigenous Quichuas. There are more species of animals, birds, reptiles and insects than anywhere else on the Napo River.
Now it is one of the most important environmental centers in the area, in conjunction with Yuturi Conservation Group and San Carlos Foundation. Visiting the different adventure trails of the reserve, you learn about popular plants used by the Quichuas for medicine, moreover you will enjoy watching birds, armadillos, monkeys, snakes and caimans, all this in 450 hectares of primary forest with the assistance of naturalist guides.
With a capacity for 50 passengers, the Yarina lodge offers you 20 huts with private bathrooms, constructed from typical materials mostly using bamboo and toquilla straw. During eight daily hours (8am - 12m) (6pm - 10pm) electricity is provided for the entire lodge. In the main cabin, the dining room and social area are located, pleasant spots to rest, make friends or simply to enjoy the view.
|Number of days||Accommodation||Airfare Quito - Coca - Quito**|
|3 days / 2 nights||US$269||US$175|
|4 days / 3 nights||US$359||US$175|
|5 days / 4 nights||US$449||US$175|
** Airfare and entrance fee subject to increase without previous notice.
** Single Supplement 50%