Ecuador proudly lays claim to a phenomenally diverse stretch of untouched rainforest, with more bird species per square kilometre than anywhere else. Known as the Oriente (east), the Ecuadorian Amazon covers close to half of the country’s land, yet only 5% of its population live within its borders. With indigenous tribes isolated from modern civilization protected by swathes of dense forest with trees often over 45m tall, the Ecuadorian Amazon is a nature-lover’s paradise.
The lodge has become the premier Ecolodge in Ecuador's Amazon region.
While rain is always common in the Amazon, these months are generally far more practical for exploring outdoors than from May-August. Average daytime temperatures usually stay around 30°C all year, with very few days below 25°C.