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Hotels by region: The Amazon, Ecuador

The following hotels match your request. Our LF recommended logorecommendations are properties that we particularly like, independent of budget.

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    La Selva Lodge

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    Lodge/Hosteria - Amazon
    2 hours downstream of Coca on the north side of the Rio Napo, overlooking a lake in a mixture of primary and secondary forest. It sustains a private butterfly farm, biology field station and 135-foot observation tower. There is a bar, dining room and reading room. Read more»
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    Napo Wildlife Centre

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    Lodge/Hosteria - Amazon
    In Yasuní National Park, 2 hours by boat and 1 hour by canoe from Coca, Napo is set in an 82 square mile nature reserve. It is the only lodge on the relatively undisturbed south bank of the Napo river, where there is a particularly high concentration of bird and animal species. The lodge is based on a conservation partnership with the local Kichwa Añangu community. The dining room overlooks Añangu lake, and there is a library, bar and shop. On a clear day you can see the Andes from the 131-foot ecological tower, which was built using palm leaves, bamboos and other local materials. Read more»
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    Sacha Lodge

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    Lodge/Hosteria - Amazon
    2 hours by motorised canoe from Coca, the lodge is set within a 2,000 hectare ecological reserve. It has both indoor and al fresco dining, a covered al fresco lounge area overlooking Pilchicocha lake, a bar and small shop. There is a 135-foot jungle observation tower and a private butterfly farm. Read more»
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    Huaorani Ecolodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Southern Amazon
    Temporarily closed due to oil exploration pressures A unique lodge in terra firma rainforest, near Quehueri'ono in the north-western part of the Waorani (or Huaorani) territory. Access is by road from Quito to Shell (around five hours) and then light aircraft and canoe. The Huaorani have long inhabited the headwaters of the Amazon, living as nomadic hunter-gatherers with no outside contact until the end of the 1950s. Their community was very involved in the construction of the lodge and are also the predominant staff. Read more»
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    Kapawi Eco Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Southern Amazon
    The most remote of the jungle lodges, Kapawi is Ecuador’s most complete eco-lodge, close to the Peruvian border, on the Pastaza river, with 3 possible access routes depending on conditions. Read more»
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    Secoya Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Amazon
    The UK Foreign Office advise against all but essential travel to Cuyabeno region of Ecuador, which means sales of Secoya are suspended. A community-run lodge, three hours north-east of Coca and just outside the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, and perfect for those wanting to experience the life of one of Ecuador's indigenous groups. The lodge is run by the native Secoya people, known as the 'magicians of the rainforest'. Access is by light aircraft to Coca, followed by road a transfer to Puerto Gregorio, before a motorized canoe transfer to the lodge. Read more»
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    Yachana Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Amazon
    Yachana is far more of a community project than a jungle lodge, although their 1,600 hectares does consist of 80% primary rainforest. Their land has been declared a protected forest, and adjoins the Sumaco volcano Biosphere Reserve. Read more»

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