PIRANHA LODGE

At Piranha Ecolodge we take care of all the logistics of your trip, from the moment you arrive in Cuyabeno until you leave. We manage your itinerary step by step so that you can enjoy all the natural environment that Cuyabeno has through the company of our expert bilingual guides, as well as your breakfast, lunch and dinner.

THE PIRANHA LODGE
It was built with nature in mind. The cabins use ecological materials, all endemic to the area. Eco-sustainability, ecological awareness and durability have been the premises when building each small space at Piranha Lodge. Our goal is to facilitate your reservation where you do not have to worry about anything other than deciding how many days you want to spend in this natural paradise where you will discover the typical indigenous constructions of the area and at the same time provide you with the necessary comfort to make your stay an unforgettable experience. No frills, pure fun.

Our most popular tour offers the perfect way to explore the Amazon region. Traveling to our lodge is already an adventure, as you leave the summits of the Andes behind and enter the Amazon basin. During the last part of the trip, a motorized canoe takes you along the Cuyabeno River through the rainforest. Be sure to have your camera ready, chances are you will already see some animals like monkeys, sloths, caimans, and of course different birds. Spend two entire days exploring the Cuyabeno Reserve with its unique ecosystem of the flooded forest, look for wildlife, and visit an indigenous community. On the last day you leave the lodge early, so that you can travel back to Quito on the same day. If you have some more time, be sure to also check out our 5-day tour.

SERVICES

Housekeeper Services

Our housekeeping service ensures your accommodations stay clean and cozy throughout your stay, allowing you to focus on enjoying the natural wonders around you..

Bar

Enjoy a beer or cocktail. We also have a wine and champagne list.

Wi-Fi

Enjoy seamless access to the internet and stay in touch with the world while immersing yourself in the beauty of the rainforest. 

Electricity

Throughout the Lodge, 24-hour electricity is provided by a distant, nearly inaudible generator.

Boots & Ponchos

Clean and disinfected bubber boots and rain ponchos are available for all of our guests at the Lodge, free of charge.

Water

Purified, safe drinking water is available at multiple points around the Lodge – there’s no need to bring your own bottled water.

Restaurant

We have areas to eat food outdoors, menus for special diets.

Activities for children

The lodge has activities for the little ones in the house, designed for families.

 DOLPHIN PROGRAM

3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS

Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything, enjoy direct contact with all the fauna offered by our Dolphin tour of 3 days and 2 nights in the middle of the Amazon jungle of Cuyabeno. 

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DAY 1  

The tour starts at Lago Agrio between 8:40 am and 9:00 am. The meeting point is in the enchanting Farm Hotel Magic Paradise. From there, we embark on a two-hour journey aboard our private transport to the gateway of the Cuyabeno Reserve. Upon arrival, our guide will welcome us with a fascinating briefing at the environmental ministry's interpretation center, followed by a swift check-in at their offices. Then, the real adventure begins as we hop into canoes and set off down the Cuyabeno River. As we navigate these waters, keep your eyes peeled for the lush flora and fauna, agile monkeys, exotic birds, and even anacondas, the second-largest snakes on the planet. Our success in spotting these wonders will hinge on the whims of weather and fortune.

From 1:30 to 2:00 pm, we’ll refuel with lunch at Piranha Ecolodge. Post-meal, our guide will share insights about our accommodations and the surrounding area. Then, you'll be shown to your rooms for a brief relaxation.

At 4:45 pm, we're off to our second expedition of the day, journeying upstream to where the Cuyabeno River meets La Hormiga River. Here, we might catch a glimpse of the magnificent pink dolphins, Cuyabeno’s iconic and protected species. Our exploration continues to Laguna Grande, famed for one of the country's most breathtaking sunsets, paired with a refreshing swim.

By 6:30 pm, we gear up for a nocturnal trek to witness a plethora of insects and amphibians. Treading carefully, we may also encounter serpentine reptiles and nocturnal mammals like armadillos during this 45-minute foray. Afterward, as we return to our canoe, we'll embark on one of the night's most thrilling pursuits: the search for the elusive black caimans and tree boas along the Cuyabeno River, guiding us back to our ecolodge.

At 8:00 pm, a sumptuous dinner and welcome cocktail await, prepared by our chef. The evening winds down with the option to relax in a hammock or enjoy a beer at the bar, reflecting on the day's adventures and the wonders that lie ahead.

DAY 2 

At the crack of dawn, 6:00 am, we’ll embark on a thrilling expedition to the observation tower in search of the Amazon’s aerial performers: birds, and with a stroke of luck, tree-dwelling mammals such as monkeys and sloths. Not far from our ecolodge, the raucous and vibrant macaws, our colorful feathered friends, make their presence known.

Following our early bird adventure, we’ll gather for breakfast at 7:30 am, fueling up for the day’s escapades.

At 8:30 am, we dive into a dynamic mix of paddling and trekking. For 45 serene minutes, we’ll paddle through the waters, enveloped by the tranquil sounds of the rainforest. If fortune smiles upon us, we might witness the sleek otters in their element, hunting in the river. Once on terra firma, our guide will delve into the heart of the Amazon, unveiling the secrets of its ecology, flora, fauna, and the intricate web of ecosystem interactions.

Lunch awaits from 12:30 to 1:00 pm, followed by a well-deserved break lounging in hammocks or retreating to our rooms for a midday rest.

At 3:30 pm, we’ll reconvene at our interpretation center to reflect on the morning’s discoveries. Here, our guide will enrich our understanding of the indigenous communities of Cuyabeno, offering insights into their lives and connections with the natural world.

The day’s adventure continues at 5:00 pm aboard a motorboat to explore Caiman Cocha Lagoon, one of the 14 mystical lagoons within the reserve. As we journey to this destination, we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more wildlife. At Caiman Cocha, we’ll be greeted by the lagoon’s stunning beauty, set against the backdrop of a mesmerizing sunset.

The day concludes with dinner at 8:00 pm, followed by a restful evening, reflecting on the day’s wonders and the magic that the Amazon continues to unveil.

DAY 3 

At the crack of dawn, 5:30 am, we embark on an enchanting voyage upstream to the majestic Laguna Grande, where we’ll witness a sunrise that paints the sky with strokes of vibrant colors. As the new day awakens, we’ll seek out dolphins and other wildlife, active in their morning routines and on the hunt for breakfast.

By 8:00 am, we’ll gather for a delicious breakfast at the hotel, savoring the flavors and moments of tranquility before we prepare for our journey back to Lago Agrio.

At 9:30 am, we board our motorboat, setting off toward the Cuyabeno Bridge. Along the way, the riverbanks come alive, offering one last spectacular showcase of the Amazon’s abundant fauna.

Upon reaching the Cuyabeno Bridge, a private bus awaits to whisk us back to Magic Paradise, where a sumptuous lunch will mark the perfect conclusion to our adventure.

This final day encapsulates the essence of our journey – a blend of serene beauty, thrilling wildlife encounters, and the gentle tug of returning to civilization, carrying with us the memories of the Amazon that will linger in our hearts forever.

Note: Transportation Quito - Cuyabeno - Quito. (It is not included and has an extra cost of $30 per person and per way)

PIRANHA PROGRAM

4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything, enjoy direct contact with all the fauna offered by our Piranha tour of 4 days and 3 nights in the middle of the Cuyabeno Amazon jungle.

BOOK NOW
DAY 1  

The tour starts at Lago Agrio between 8:40 am and 9:00 am. The meeting point is in the enchanting Farm Hotel Magic Paradise. From there, we embark on a two-hour journey aboard our private transport to the gateway of the Cuyabeno Reserve. Upon arrival, our guide will welcome us with a fascinating briefing at the environmental ministry's interpretation center, followed by a swift check-in at their offices. Then, the real adventure begins as we hop into canoes and set off down the Cuyabeno River. As we navigate these waters, keep your eyes peeled for the lush flora and fauna, agile monkeys, exotic birds, and even anacondas, the second-largest snakes on the planet. Our success in spotting these wonders will hinge on the whims of weather and fortune.

From 1:30 to 2:00 pm, we’ll refuel with lunch at Piranha Ecolodge. Post-meal, our guide will share insights about our accommodations and the surrounding area. Then, you'll be shown to your rooms for a brief relaxation.

At 4:45 pm, we're off to our second expedition of the day, journeying upstream to where the Cuyabeno River meets La Hormiga River. Here, we might catch a glimpse of the magnificent pink dolphins, Cuyabeno’s iconic and protected species. Our exploration continues to Laguna Grande, famed for one of the country's most breathtaking sunsets, paired with a refreshing swim.

By 6:30 pm, we gear up for a nocturnal trek to witness a plethora of insects and amphibians. Treading carefully, we may also encounter serpentine reptiles and nocturnal mammals like armadillos during this 45-minute foray. Afterward, as we return to our canoe, we'll embark on one of the night's most thrilling pursuits: the search for the elusive black caimans and tree boas along the Cuyabeno River, guiding us back to our ecolodge.

At 8:00 pm, a sumptuous dinner and welcome cocktail await, prepared by our chef. The evening winds down with the option to relax in a hammock or enjoy a beer at the bar, reflecting on the day's adventures and the wonders that lie ahead.

DAY 2 

At the crack of dawn, 6:00 am, we’ll embark on a thrilling expedition to the observation tower in search of the Amazon’s aerial performers: birds, and with a stroke of luck, tree-dwelling mammals such as monkeys and sloths. Not far from our ecolodge, the raucous and vibrant macaws, our colorful feathered friends, make their presence known.

Following our early bird adventure, we’ll gather for breakfast at 7:30 am, fueling up for the day’s escapades.

At 8:30 am, we dive into a dynamic mix of paddling and trekking. For 45 serene minutes, we’ll paddle through the waters, enveloped by the tranquil sounds of the rainforest. If fortune smiles upon us, we might witness the sleek otters in their element, hunting in the river. Once on terra firma, our guide will delve into the heart of the Amazon, unveiling the secrets of its ecology, flora, fauna, and the intricate web of ecosystem interactions.

Lunch awaits from 12:30 to 1:00 pm, followed by a well-deserved break lounging in hammocks or retreating to our rooms for a midday rest.

At 3:30 pm, we’ll reconvene at our interpretation center to reflect on the morning’s discoveries. Here, our guide will enrich our understanding of the indigenous communities of Cuyabeno, offering insights into their lives and connections with the natural world.

The day’s adventure continues at 5:00 pm aboard a motorboat to explore Caiman Cocha Lagoon, one of the 14 mystical lagoons within the reserve. As we journey to this destination, we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more wildlife. At Caiman Cocha, we’ll be greeted by the lagoon’s stunning beauty, set against the backdrop of a mesmerizing sunset.

The day concludes with dinner at 8:00 pm, followed by a restful evening, reflecting on the day’s wonders and the magic that the Amazon continues to unveil.

DAY 3 

At 8:00 am, we kick off with a hearty breakfast, fueling up for the day’s adventures. By 9:00 am, we’ll set off downstream to the Siona Community of Puerto Bolívar. Here, we’ll be warmly welcomed by a woman of the Siona people, who will guide us through a yucca plantation. She’ll share with us the art of preparing casabe, a traditional flatbread made from yucca, allowing us to dive hands-on into their culinary heritage.

Lunch at noon will be a communal affair in the village, offering us a taste of local life and the flavors that define it.

At 1:00 pm, the journey deepens as our guide introduces us to one of the last four Siona tribe shamans in Ecuador. In an intimate encounter, the shaman will share his worldview, closely tied to the sacred Ayahuasca brew. We’ll partake in an energy cleansing ritual, enriched by songs passed down through millennia from shaman to apprentice. Our exploration continues as we venture in search of snakes and other wildlife, culminating in a visit to one of Ecuador’s largest trees, El Ceibo. Here, we’ll have the chance to snap photos and embrace this mighty tree, absorbing its good energies.

As the day wanes at 5:30 pm, we’ll embark on an upstream journey, paddling in search of birds, monkeys, and sloths. The tranquility of the river and the dense canopy above create the perfect setting for spotting these elusive creatures in their natural habitat.

The day concludes at 8:00 pm with a farewell dinner and cocktail, a moment to reflect on the unforgettable experiences shared and the bonds formed with the natural and human communities of the Amazon.

DAY 4

At the crack of dawn, 5:30 am, we embark on an enchanting voyage upstream to the majestic Laguna Grande, where we’ll witness a sunrise that paints the sky with strokes of vibrant colors. As the new day awakens, we’ll seek out dolphins and other wildlife, active in their morning routines and on the hunt for breakfast.

By 8:00 am, we’ll gather for a delicious breakfast at the hotel, savoring the flavors and moments of tranquility before we prepare for our journey back to Lago Agrio.

At 9:30 am, we board our motorboat, setting off toward the Cuyabeno Bridge. Along the way, the riverbanks come alive, offering one last spectacular showcase of the Amazon’s abundant fauna.

Upon reaching the Cuyabeno Bridge, a private bus awaits to whisk us back to Magic Paradise, where a sumptuous lunch will mark the perfect conclusion to our adventure.

This final day encapsulates the essence of our journey – a blend of serene beauty, thrilling wildlife encounters, and the gentle tug of returning to civilization, carrying with us the memories of the Amazon that will linger in our hearts forever.

Note: Transportation Quito - Cuyabeno - Quito. (It is not included and has an extra cost of $30 per person and per way)

ECOLOGICAL PROGRAM

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

Look deeply into nature and then you will understand everything, enjoy direct contact with all the fauna offered by our Full Ecological tour of 5 days and 4 nights in the middle of the Amazon jungle of Cuyabeno.

BOOK NOW
DAY 1  

The tour starts at Lago Agrio between 8:40 am and 9:00 am. The meeting point is in the enchanting Farm Hotel Magic Paradise. From there, we embark on a two-hour journey aboard our private transport to the gateway of the Cuyabeno Reserve. Upon arrival, our guide will welcome us with a fascinating briefing at the environmental ministry's interpretation center, followed by a swift check-in at their offices. Then, the real adventure begins as we hop into canoes and set off down the Cuyabeno River. As we navigate these waters, keep your eyes peeled for the lush flora and fauna, agile monkeys, exotic birds, and even anacondas, the second-largest snakes on the planet. Our success in spotting these wonders will hinge on the whims of weather and fortune.

From 1:30 to 2:00 pm, we’ll refuel with lunch at Piranha Ecolodge. Post-meal, our guide will share insights about our accommodations and the surrounding area. Then, you'll be shown to your rooms for a brief relaxation.

At 4:45 pm, we're off to our second expedition of the day, journeying upstream to where the Cuyabeno River meets La Hormiga River. Here, we might catch a glimpse of the magnificent pink dolphins, Cuyabeno’s iconic and protected species. Our exploration continues to Laguna Grande, famed for one of the country's most breathtaking sunsets, paired with a refreshing swim.

By 6:30 pm, we gear up for a nocturnal trek to witness a plethora of insects and amphibians. Treading carefully, we may also encounter serpentine reptiles and nocturnal mammals like armadillos during this 45-minute foray. Afterward, as we return to our canoe, we'll embark on one of the night's most thrilling pursuits: the search for the elusive black caimans and tree boas along the Cuyabeno River, guiding us back to our ecolodge.

At 8:00 pm, a sumptuous dinner and welcome cocktail await, prepared by our chef. The evening winds down with the option to relax in a hammock or enjoy a beer at the bar, reflecting on the day's adventures and the wonders that lie ahead.

DAY 2 

At the crack of dawn, 6:00 am, we’ll embark on a thrilling expedition to the observation tower in search of the Amazon’s aerial performers: birds, and with a stroke of luck, tree-dwelling mammals such as monkeys and sloths. Not far from our ecolodge, the raucous and vibrant macaws, our colorful feathered friends, make their presence known.

Following our early bird adventure, we’ll gather for breakfast at 7:30 am, fueling up for the day’s escapades.

At 8:30 am, we dive into a dynamic mix of paddling and trekking. For 45 serene minutes, we’ll paddle through the waters, enveloped by the tranquil sounds of the rainforest. If fortune smiles upon us, we might witness the sleek otters in their element, hunting in the river. Once on terra firma, our guide will delve into the heart of the Amazon, unveiling the secrets of its ecology, flora, fauna, and the intricate web of ecosystem interactions.

Lunch awaits from 12:30 to 1:00 pm, followed by a well-deserved break lounging in hammocks or retreating to our rooms for a midday rest.

At 3:30 pm, we’ll reconvene at our interpretation center to reflect on the morning’s discoveries. Here, our guide will enrich our understanding of the indigenous communities of Cuyabeno, offering insights into their lives and connections with the natural world.

The day’s adventure continues at 5:00 pm aboard a motorboat to explore Caiman Cocha Lagoon, one of the 14 mystical lagoons within the reserve. As we journey to this destination, we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more wildlife. At Caiman Cocha, we’ll be greeted by the lagoon’s stunning beauty, set against the backdrop of a mesmerizing sunset.

The day concludes with dinner at 8:00 pm, followed by a restful evening, reflecting on the day’s wonders and the magic that the Amazon continues to unveil.

DAY 3 

At 8:00 am, we kick off with a hearty breakfast, fueling up for the day’s adventures. By 9:00 am, we’ll set off downstream to the Siona Community of Puerto Bolívar. Here, we’ll be warmly welcomed by a woman of the Siona people, who will guide us through a yucca plantation. She’ll share with us the art of preparing casabe, a traditional flatbread made from yucca, allowing us to dive hands-on into their culinary heritage.

Lunch at noon will be a communal affair in the village, offering us a taste of local life and the flavors that define it.

At 1:00 pm, the journey deepens as our guide introduces us to one of the last four Siona tribe shamans in Ecuador. In an intimate encounter, the shaman will share his worldview, closely tied to the sacred Ayahuasca brew. We’ll partake in an energy cleansing ritual, enriched by songs passed down through millennia from shaman to apprentice. Our exploration continues as we venture in search of snakes and other wildlife, culminating in a visit to one of Ecuador’s largest trees, El Ceibo. Here, we’ll have the chance to snap photos and embrace this mighty tree, absorbing its good energies.

As the day wanes at 5:30 pm, we’ll embark on an upstream journey, paddling in search of birds, monkeys, and sloths. The tranquility of the river and the dense canopy above create the perfect setting for spotting these elusive creatures in their natural habitat.

The day concludes at 8:00 pm with a farewell dinner and cocktail, a moment to reflect on the unforgettable experiences shared and the bonds formed with the natural and human communities of the Amazon.

DAY 4 

At 8:00 am, we greet the day with a vibrant breakfast, fueling up for the thrilling expedition ahead.

By 9:30 am, our adventure unfurls from Piranha Ecolodge, embarking on a full day of paddle-powered exploration. We’ll glide through the tranquil waters toward Cananbueno Lagoon, a serene and shielded haven within the reserve, known for its giant caimans and playful giant otters. This three-hour journey promises to immerse us in the quiet majesty of one of the most protected lagoons, offering a sanctuary of peace and natural wonders.

At 1:00 pm, the jungle serves as our dining room with a box lunch amidst its lush embrace. We’ll savor our prepared meals, then unwind in hammocks, letting the forest’s serene ambiance rejuvenate our spirits. The adventure doesn’t stop here; an additional trek through the woods awaits, where the forest’s flora and fauna are ready to reveal their secrets. As we paddle back, the possibility of wildlife sightings adds an element of anticipation to our return journey.

At 5:00 pm, we gather at the interpretation center for a sweet interlude. Here, our guide will introduce us to the art of chocolate making, using fresh, local fruits. We’ll learn the process from scratch, crafting delicious chocolate as we delve into this flavorful tradition.

As twilight descends at 6:30 pm, we prepare for a nocturnal walk around our ecolodge. This evening venture offers us insights into the insects and amphibians that thrive under the cover of darkness, adding a layer of mystery to our Amazonian experience.

The day concludes at 8:00 pm with a farewell dinner and cocktail, a celebratory culmination of our days spent in the heart of the Amazon. This final evening is a toast to the unforgettable memories we’ve created, the wonders we’ve witnessed, and the bonds we’ve formed, wrapped up under the canopy of stars.

DAY 5 

At the crack of dawn, 5:30 am, we embark on an enchanting voyage upstream to the majestic Laguna Grande, where we’ll witness a sunrise that paints the sky with strokes of vibrant colors. As the new day awakens, we’ll seek out dolphins and other wildlife, active in their morning routines and on the hunt for breakfast.

By 8:00 am, we’ll gather for a delicious breakfast at the hotel, savoring the flavors and moments of tranquility before we prepare for our journey back to Lago Agrio.

At 9:30 am, we board our motorboat, setting off toward the Cuyabeno Bridge. Along the way, the riverbanks come alive, offering one last spectacular showcase of the Amazon’s abundant fauna.

Upon reaching the Cuyabeno Bridge, a private bus awaits to whisk us back to Magic Paradise, where a sumptuous lunch will mark the perfect conclusion to our adventure.

This final day encapsulates the essence of our journey – a blend of serene beauty, thrilling wildlife encounters, and the gentle tug of returning to civilization, carrying with us the memories of the Amazon that will linger in our hearts forever.

Note: Transportation Quito - Cuyabeno - Quito. (It is not included and has an extra cost of $30 per person and per way)

TROGON CABIN

They are located at the front of the ecolodge. It has a private room for a couple, a rest area .The room has light and electrical outlets to charge your devices.

• ​King size beds
• ​Housekeeping• ​Desk
• ​Balcony overlooking the river
• ​Bottled water
• Full bathroom

ALL RATES ARE PER PERSON

PROGRAM DOUBLE
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS $250
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS $280 
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS $350 

SUPERIOR TOWER 

The tower rooms are located on the side of the ecolodge. It has a double bed with windows. They are located in the central part of the ecolodge. It has a private room for a couple. They are located in t​he central part of the ecolodge. It has a private room for a couple.

  • Mosquito nets
  • Desk
  • Private balcony with a beautiful view of the river
  • Electricity
  • Private bathrooms

ALL RATES ARE PER PERSON

PROGRAM DOUBLE
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS $250
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS $300
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS $350

FAQ

What is included in the programs?

  THE TOUR INCLUDES:

  • Canoe transportation from Puente de Cuyabeno - Piranha Lodge - Puente de Cuyabeno
  • Accommodation in double room with private bathroom  
  • All meals according to the program (The tour starts with the lunch of the first day and finish with the breakfast of the last day)
  • Free Water, tea & coffee
  • Excursions and activities according to itinerary 
  • Bilingual English/Spanish speaking Naturalist Guide.
  • Rubber boots (only up to size # 43).
  • water poncho
What is not included in the tour?

  NOT INCLUDED:

  • Transportation Quito - Puente de Cuyabeno - Quito
  • Visit to indigenous Community - entrance fee $10.00 per person
  • Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks
  • Personal expenses and tips
What to bring?

Lightweight pants and long sleeved cotton shirts are ideal for walks in the forest. However, if you are more comfortable wearing short sleeves, remember that exposed skin may need a light dousing with insect repellant.


During the rain, full waterproof clothing can be uncomfortable as it often gets you wet with sweat instead of water, but rain ponchos are recommendable for tropical cloudbursts. Plenty of ponchos are available at no charge if you do not have your own, and we also supply rubber boots up to men’s size 14 for walks in the forest interior.


Comfortable shoes (or sandals), shorts and t-shirts are fine for walking on boardwalks and around the Lodge during meals and free time. And don’t forget your bathing suit!

  • Passport
  • Binoculars
  • Flashlight and batteries
  • Camera, memory and flash
  • Insect repellent
  • Sun protection (cream / sunglasses / hat or cap)
  • Light long pants and long-sleeved shirts for walks
  • Shorts, short sleeve shirts and swimsuit for the Lodge
  • Comfortable shoes and extra socks
  • Small day backpack
  • Plastic bags to protect cameras, binoculars, batteries, etc... from rain
Children policies:
  • Children from 6 to 12 years old: 30% discount
What facilities are there in the room?

In your shower you will find biodegradable soap and shampoo dispensers. Although all runoff into the water is treated with ozone, we recommend the use of these services as an additional measure to protect the environment. You will also be provided with fresh towels each day.

How to Reach the Cuyabeno Reserve From Quito??
  • Regarding the TRANSPORT transport from Quito to Cuyabeno Reserve, the lodges are offering a semi-private bus for tourists.
  • The bus costs 30 usd each way, and departs everyday from Quito at night (23:00 PM) to Cuyabeno bridge on the following days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
  • all the guides arrive on Cuyabeno bridge with their canoes for meeting clients and start the trip**
  • The bus return departs from Cuyabeno Bridge around 11:00 am after the tour. The guide of the lodge will leave you in this meeting please on time for the trip back to Quito.
  • The cost is $30 usd for the ride to Quito, and operate on the following days : Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday

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