10 REASONS TO CHOSE
CUYABENO NATIONAL PARK
Better wildlife viewing than in any other Amazon park in the
Greatest biodiversity of any park in the world;
Only Amazon park near the Andes with both
lakes and narrow creeks;
Wildlife viewing from boats with all your gear close at
Cuyabeno National Park is located right on the equator;
Best prices of any Amazon park in South
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Earth: The park covers
590,112 ha of pristine jungle;
Guides are trained and licensed
by the government National Park Service;
Leave Quito in the morning to board our canoe
by noon to start
your Amazon tour;
Only Amazon park accessible over
a paved road.
On excursion watching wildlife and birds from the water.
our visitors love to hang out on the sun deck, enjoying a cool beer in our
Amazon Rainforest Lodge in Ecuador.
WHY CHOSE THE CUYABENO LODGE?
The lodge is located on the best location
in the entire park: a seasonal island
on the Cuyabeno Lake;
Recently renovated, it is the
only lodge with 3 levels of comfort attending every budget:
deluxe, standard and dormitory;
Electric outboard engines for
totally silent excursions on the lake;
Starting in 1985, the Cuyabeno
lodge was the first lodge in the Oriente;
Licensed lodge: Only one within the
entire national parks system of Ecuador;
Operated by conservationist
biologists who helped create and protect
the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve;
Unique among Cuyabeno lodges for its canopy wildlife
Cuyabeno tours are recommended by Lonely Planet for their
professional guiding and the unique location of the lodge;
Tripadvisor's Certificate for Excellence Award;
Among Tripadvisor's Best value
for Money of the 10 greatest destinations of all South America.
CUYABENO NATIONAL PARK IS THE WORLD's BEST FOR VISITING THE AMAZON?
How it began....
Our jungle biologists started organizing national park tours in
the nineteen eighties because we were concerned that many operators
of ecotours did not organize tours to the national parks. Most tour
operators took - and still take - their tourists to easily reachable
patches of secondary forest. We felt that national parks needed to
create employment and economic opportunities and that most
opportunities were related to visitation of the national parks.
What we do now.....