A small private company dedicated to conservation, is determined to save what we can of this fine forest and its wildlife before it disappears. Our land is a choice, sustainable and bird-rich piece of foothill rainforest, and as an important part of our conservation plan we have built the comfortable and convenient Wildsumaco Lodge on a ridge where forest was cleared years ago by previous owners.
One of the world's premier birding destinations, Ecuador is home to some 1600 species. However, one of the finest areas for bird watching in the Andes' Eastern Foothills is on the brink of ecological disaster. Rainforest in the renowned birding locale of Sumaco is being logged and converted into farm land at a rapid rate.
Wildsumaco Lodge was built with you, a birder and outdoor enthusiast, in mind. We know that at the end of a long day you want plenty of good food, a quiet, comfortable room, a private bathroom with a hot shower, outlets to recharge your electronics, and space to spread out your books and birding gear. You'll find this and more at Wildsumaco Lodge.
At day's end, you can take a hot shower and head over to the dining area, relax on the deck or in the sitting room and bar. If the weather turns rainy or cool, our fireplace will warm you. The perfect place for groups to review their bird lists, our dining room, sitting area and bar are well lit and comfortable.
We feature home-style cooking from around the world, and 3 meals a day are included in our rates. Soft drinks, wine, beer, and bar drinks are available.
Wildsumaco Lodge is happy to accommodate either individuals or private groups, or tour groups. If you'd care to engage the services of either a local bilingual bird guide, or a professional bird guide during your stay at Wildsumaco, please inquire when you make your reservations. We can also advise you about transportation options to Wildsumaco, including transfers from Amazonian lodges debarking in Coca or meeting you in Coca from Quito flights, and the short 2-hour drive from there to the lodge.
|Accommodation||Double room||Single room|
|Prices per day||$133||$147|
* Prices per person
* Children (3-10 years old) 50% discount
- Full use of trails and facilities
Rates do not include:
- Transportation Quito and back to Quito.
- Guided visits
- Bar bills
- Tips for the staff
- Personal jungle equipment
- Rubber boots
- National Park Fees
One way (1-4 passengers only):
Widlsumaco Wildlife Sanctuary (WWS)
WWS from/to Coca: $100
WWS from/to Tena: $100
WWS from/to Loreto junction: $ 10
WWS from/to Narupa: $ 50
WWS from/to Quito: $200