Jungle Lodges in Ecuador:
Cuyabeno National Park is located in the north east of the country and comprises 655,781 hectares of primary forest , covering the area of the Cuyabeno river basin, and ranges in altitude from 200
approximately 250 species of fish, etc. Among the most typical there are: the manatee, capybara, giant otter, tapir, freshwater dolphin, anacondas, crocodiles, piranhas, monkeys, parrots, toucans, hoatzins, cormorants, herons, etc.
The exuberant beauty of the scenery along the banks of the rivers which surround the park and its various lakes and waterways, where you can find the greatest variety of tropical jungle life, constitutes a tremendous attraction for those eager to discover the Amazon rain forest. On this tour you will feel like a real explorer of the Amazon. The infrastructure is basic, but the organisation excellent. Accompanied most at the time by a native guide from the Siona Indian community, with their expert knowledge of the jungle, and by a bilingual, qualified naturalist guide, you will be initiated to the jungle and its mysteries.