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Arriving at the lodge with motor boats gave from first moment impression that all safety measures were taken into account. We has life jackets on although the boat was very stable.
At the lodge were greeted by the manager.
Activities including walking in the rainforest...More
I visited Yacuma Lodge in February 2014 as part of a tour with a group of five travellers. We were met on time by the motor canoe that took us to the lodge and greeted by the staff and welcomed to the lodge with a...More
Before to get there you have to drive (buses too) for 3 hrs on a rough road then go loaded on a canoe
and after a trip(20 min) on the Napo river ..( during the trip you see a fantastic landscape,and it was at sundown!)...More
What a wonderful way to experience the Ecuadorian Amazon. We started with a long minibus drive on roads which got steadily rougher until, just as we thought they couldn't get worse, we turned off onto an even rougher road and wound our way to a...More
Everything is a surprise, you don't expect anything from what you are going to experience, and yet, you love it all. You start with a trip on the Napa river for about 20 minutes, being overwhelmed by the beautiful landscape of manglers and birds. You...More
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Absolutely, there are a bunch of options to head from Quito to Tena, according to your budget. In Tena, a representative from Yacuma will take you with public bus to San Pedro, from where you will take the canoe... More
Absolutely, there are a bunch of options to head from Quito to Tena, according to your budget. In Tena, a representative from Yacuma will take you with public bus to San Pedro, from where you will take the canoe into the Yacuma Jungle Reserve.
You can take a scheduled car departure for around $20.-
This car will pick you up from a point which you indicate at 5 am, and arriving to Tena city at around 9:30 am. Here, we recommend having some breakfast, and getting your last minute snacks, batteries, etc, before meeting our representative and heading into yacuma for your jungle adventure.
You can also take Public bus from the Quito Bus Terminal "Quitumbe" to Tena, for $8.-
This ride takes about 2 hours longer to reach to Tena, where a similar process will occur, and our representative will take you from Tena, to Yacuma Jungle EcoLodge.
You can also hire a private car ($90.- one way) to take you from Quito to Tena at your will (making any stops you need)
The works similarly, with scheduled departures or with a private car if you choose so.
The minimum number of Days that we recommend for Yacuma is 3 days and 2 nights in the lodge, but there are also the standard 4D/3N and 5D/4N Packages.
All meals while on the lodge are included in the price, as well as all activities & visits, including kayaks, tubing activities, gold panning, all the jungle hikes available, and much more.
After your Yacuma Experience, we would also recommend heading down to Baños, and eventually to Cuenca, if it is in your trip plans!
Safe travels :D