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Remote lodge in the Ecuadorean Amazon with comfortable rooms, friendly helpful staff, and amazing surroundings. Guide and naturalist take you out twice a day, catering you your interests. We saw over 50 different birds including toucans, macaws, and owls. Four different species of monkeys, sloths,...More
We stayed for 4 nights at Sacha Lodge and had a great experience. From being greeted at the Quito airport and handed our boarding passes, to the carefree flight to Coca, to the 2-hour canoe ride downriver to the landing, the 1 mile hike to...More
Sacha Lodge is in tune with its natural surroundings. It blends and immerses you in the heart of the Ecuadorian Rainforest. Tranquil with beautiful sunsets over the lake yet the constant noise of frogs, insects, birds.. We were met at Quito airport and the whole...More
We went here for our honeymoon and had the most incredible experience. We weren’t sure how much wildlife we would see but we were so lucky and saw all sorts including monkeys and even a sloth! Our native and naturalist guides couldn’t be friendlier and...More
We were somewhat apprehensive when we booked our Amazon trip but the moment we arrived at Sacha Lodge we knew we had made the right decision. Our guides, Chris and Bengi, were excellent. The accommodation was first class, the food was excellent and the staff...More
I would not advise going in the rainy season; it is difficult to see wildlife from either the canoe or the trail when it is raining. We had a couple of rainy half days on our 4-night visit and we basically hung-out at the... More
I would not advise going in the rainy season; it is difficult to see wildlife from either the canoe or the trail when it is raining. We had a couple of rainy half days on our 4-night visit and we basically hung-out at the lodge. It rains fairly heavily and steadily, and the trails turn to mud. The lodge provides heavy ponchos and waterproof boots, so you can be out in the rain and reasonably comfortable, but I don't think you are going to see much wildlife (we didn't when it was raining heavily). On the trip downriver from Coca you are in an open but covered canoe, but the provided poncho keeps you dry.
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"The rooms numbers 100-200 are older and are in more dense forest, our 400 room still got amazing wildlife..."