Lodge offers 500 acres of both primary and secondary rainforest,
with clearly marked, level walking trails. Well-trained, multi-lingual
native guides will introduce you to plants of the jungle and their
S. Ross (California Academy of Sciences), one of America's most
distinguished scientists and photographer, offers tours and slide
show lectures. Swarms of butterflies can be seen while walking
the garden paths.
one of the major tributaries of the Amazon River, offers the rare
opportunity for birders to see North American migrants, shorebirds,
and rainforest species all in one place. An incredible 540 bird
species can be seen and heard here.
over the river from the garden, visitors also see the magnificent
snow-capped volcanoes of the Andes.
Built in the
traditional rustic style of Amazonia (its local name is Cabanas
Alinahui), each clean, airy cabin sleeps three comfortably (one
double/one single), and features a large balcony and covered patio;
double and quad cabins available; reduced rates for groups.
Set in an
extensive garden with gravel paths winding through native trees
and tropical flowers, each cabin offers a different view.
Lodge is internationally renowned for its delicious food (just
read our guestbook!), and three ample meals a day are included
in the rates.