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Kapawi Lodge

Kapawi Ecolodge is an award-winning indigenous community ecotourism enterprise in the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador that offers conscious and responsible travelers the opportunity to engage in authentic cultural experiences with people of the Ecuadorian Amazon, in an unspoiled rainforest setting, while directly supporting the sustainable development of the Achuar indigenous nation.

La Casa del Suizo

Satisfy your curiosity about the Amazon jungle, learn new things and above all have fun and relax with friends and family in one of the most important Amazon lodges in Ecuador

La Selva Lodge Yasuni

Located just outside the Yasuní National Park and within the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve, La Selva Lodge is perfect for travellers seeking their ideal Amazon experience — whether they are six or sixty. A luxury resort in the heart of the rainforest, everyone will find something to love.

Mindo Cloudforest Daytrip

Mindo is a small town in the Andean foothills of Ecuador. Set in beautiful cloud-forest, it attracts birdwatchers first and foremost, but also has attractions for other tourists. Mindo is located to the north west of Quito.

Napo Cultural Center

Discover the Napo Cultural Center that offers modern accommodation, first-class services and direct contact with the Kichwa community. Try our traditional cuisine and share ancient rites such as the guayusada ceremony or the night catamaran that emulates our trade routes along the river. This will be an unforgettable experience!

Napo Wildlife Center

Leave city life behind and escape to our eco-community for a life-changing experience. Covering nearly 2.5 million acres of lush Amazon rainforest, Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park is also a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Nicky Lodge Cuyabeno Reserve

Dracaena wants to offer the finest exploration in the Rainforest with the Nicky Amazon Lodge. It is located on the Cuyabeno River (lower part of the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve), with 7 cabins built in the traditional Indian style of the jungle.

Otavalo Girls

Otavalo Market Daytrip

Otavalo, a small town 2 hours north of Quito, has the biggest Indian handicraft market in South America. But it is not only famous for its typical handicraft, wood, weaving and souvenir markets; but as well as for its landscape. Beautiful lakes, Indian villages, high peaks and natural reserves surround the Otavalo area.

Papallacta Hotsprings Daytrip

You deserve to treat yourself.  Take your well-being to the next level with nature. Drive two hours out of Quito to Papallacta Hot Springs, located on the Cinnamon trail, (65km from Quito) which is the same route that Francisco de Orellana took in 1542 when he crossed the Andean mountain range in search of spices and gold, and discovered the Amazon River. Relax in hot springs of varying temperatures with views of the Antisana volcano. Opt to go on a short hike or get a spa service for an additional cost.

Quilotoa Daytrip

Quilotoa is a water-filled caldera and the most western volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes. The 3 kilometres (2 mi)-wide caldera was formed by the collapse of this dacite volcano following a catastrophic VEI-6 eruption about 800 years ago.

Quito City Tour

Quito´s Historic center is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers a whole range of interesting buildings and places that reflect the Ecuadorian People, Environment and beliefs.

Quito City Tour & Equator

Quito´s Historic center is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers a whole range of interesting buildings and places that reflect the Ecuadorian People, Environment and beliefs. In the afternoon, drive 25km (16 mi) north of Quito to the Middle of the World, latitude 0º. Stand with one foot in each hemisphere, visit the Intiñan Museum which showcases the immense cultural diversity within this small South American country.