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Amazon Dolphin Lodge

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The Amazon Dolphin Lodge is located in the Panacocha protected forest reserve, (56,000 has) and is central to a biological corridor linking Yasuni National Park and the Cuyabeno Wildlife Refuge.Panacocha is classified as a Humid Tropical Forest. Wildlife is in abundance everywhere in the reserve. A short list of possible observations includes: Howler, Squirl, Capuchin and night monkeys along with the Black-mantled Tamarin and Pigmy Marmosets, and of course the Amazon Pink River Dolphin.Thanks to our central location in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon, our professional local guides, our multilingual staff, and our motivation we offer a hands-on experience of the jungle. We are able to achieve a wide range of possibilities to explore the plants, animals and cultural diversity of the area and provide the adventure that, without a doubt, you have been looking for.Amazon Dolphin Lodge is a member of YUTURI CONSERVATION GROUP, an organization involved in rainforest conservation projects helped by San Carlos Foundation.
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Parque Nacional Yasuni - Bosque Panacocha Av. Amazonas N24-240, Coca 220150 Ecuador
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Coca Airport56 mi
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We were fortunate to have Livio as our guide, and agree with the other reviewer of May 2017 that he is a fantastic guide. We were blown away by his incredible knowledge of the rainforest. He is like a ‘whisperer’ of all animal and insect life. We would be trekking through thick
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The wildlife and birds were absolutely incredible. We saw pink dolphins and way more. The day trips and our guide, Tamara, were wonderful though Tamara is still working on her English and I'm still learning Spanish.. Usually another tourist in the group was able to translate.
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Yes, it’s an almost 5 hr ride to Amazon Dolphin, but it's fascinating and part of your experience. The "motorized launch" is a covered (open but with a roof) 20+ person boat with plastic seats. Not comfortable, but not a small canoe either. The first three hours are spent on
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It was my first time in the jungle, but it was so amazing. We saw a lot of animals and the guide was able to see even in the dark the smaller animals (snakes, frogs, spiders etc). We went for a night walk, day hike, watch the sunset every evening, had a early boat trip for the
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In a tour that included this, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and the Galápagos Islands - this tour through the Amazon with Livio was the highlight. If fact, it was one of the best experiences of my life. My guide Livio was so incredibly knowledgable about the plants and animals
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Did you get the yellow fever vaccine before you went? Thanks!
I didn't but my boyfriend did. It's recommended but not required.
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Do you pay extra for the tours?
Depends on how you book I imagine. When we went, we'd booked the (three night) trip as a package. That included a night walk, a night boat-trip, a morning-boat-trip, a 1/2 day jungle walk, a jungle-lore walk/talk. All very interesting, and the kids (10yrs, 7yrs) loved it all (well apart from the night walk maybe, but kids are kids!) Once there, the only thing we paid for were tips and for drinks beyond the plentiful supply of fresh water (so coke, beer, wine). Hope that helps.
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"Be aware that this is a very basic lodge, e.g. electricity only at certain hours, no internet and no bar! No difference between rooms."
"They are all pretty much identical. We had double beds as requested."
PRICE RANGE
$420 - $602 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
EcuadorOrellana ProvinceCoca
NUMBER OF ROOMS
11
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