At Cuyabeno, they offer comfortable lodging with a wide extend of room categories and setups to form you more comfortable amid your remain. In each room, you will choose from the taking after bed setups: Marital, twofold twin, and single. If you'll be remaining in a triple or fourfold settlement, ready to orchestrate the beds as required. For case, matrimonials and singles / marital and twofold twins / all singles. 👨👩👧👦 👫
- Suite: Includes a private balcony and large room with space for reading, private bathroom and dressing room. There is only one suite available. (36m 2// 388 sq ft)
- Superior Room: Includes a private balcony and large room with a private bathroom. Three of these superior accommodations are available in the tower, the third highest room has the best view of the three. (25m2/269 sq ft).
- Standard Plus Room Plus: The standard plus rooms are made of timber and a thatched roof, they are spacious and comfortable. A private bathroom is also provided. There are 6 of these accommodations available. Two of them may be accommodated as a quadruple room for families. (18-23 m 2/ 194 - 248 sq ft)
- Standard Room: Each standard cabin is made of timber and a thatched roof. Private bathroom is available. There are four standard cabins available. (17m 2/ 183 sq ft).
CUYABENO RAINFOREST ADVENTURE 4 DAY ITINERARY
DAY 1: LAGO AGRIO - CUYABENO BRIDGE - CUYABENO LODGE
You will arrive at either Lago Agrio or the Cuyabeno Bridge, where Cuyabeno Lodge's services will start, depending on whether you choose to drive or fly over the Andes and into the Amazon Basin. The itinerary's final section explains the numerous arrival choices. If you arrive in Lago Agrio, shared transportation will pick you up at Hotel D'mario at 9 a.m.
You'll be transported to the "Cuyabeno Bridge" (a distance of 100km), where you'll meet your guide and eat lunch somewhere nearby. You can get to the Cuyabeno Bridge quickly if you take a private bus. You will then be driven the remainder of the way to Cuyabeno Lodge in Laguna Grande along the Cuyabeno River in a motorized canoe. You may take in the diversity of the animals while floating along the river for around two hours.
Please be aware that the river's water level may fluctuate depending on the amount of rainfall. The boat might not be able to immediately reach the resort during the drier seasons. However, if you must travel the remaining distance, Cuyabeno staff members and the Siona Community canoe operators will help you with your possessions. It would take 15 to 20 minutes to walk easily. Following check-in at Cuyabeno Lodge, you and your guide will embark on a tour of the lagoon to see the animals, go swimming, or take a canoe excursion to see the sunset.
Your multilingual naturalist guide will discuss the fauna, medicinal plants, forest environment, and indigenous life as you stroll through the "terra firma forest" after breakfast. You will have time to rest and unwind when you get back before lunch.
After that, you'll travel on a dugout boat journey to regions of the flooded forest with Macrolobium trees covered in copious amounts of epiphytes in an effort to see monkeys and birds. Following supper, a night stroll will be taken in the main forest to seek for insects and see the nighttime flora and fauna.
You will travel by canoe to the Siona indigenous settlement by traveling downstream along the Cuyabeno River after getting up and eating breakfast. When they prepare the 'traditional casabe,' you may watch and take part in an activity. Your tour guide will explain their way of life and share his or her ideas with you.
After returning to the lodge for lunch, you'll have the afternoon free to take a siesta or a cooling dip in the Laguna Grande. After supper, you'll go on another canoe journey at night to look for caimans, snakes, and nocturnal wildlife.
If you'd like, you may take a paddle on your final day before breakfast to feel the lagoon's immaculate smoothness and take in the fascinating sounds of the Amazonian creatures as they rise. After you get back, you'll eat breakfast and get ready to either head back to the Cuyabeno Bridge or keep going to Lago Agrio.
HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING
- Canoeing in motorized and dugout indigenous craft canoes.
- Birdwatching in the early morning.
- Wildlife searching on trails and by canoe for flora and fauna.
- Hiking in the rainforest and explanations on the jungle, the wildlife, medicinal plants and the history of the indigenous tribes.
- A visit to the Siona Community and watching the preparation of the traditional “casabe”.
- Night walks to observe caimans, insects and nocturnal birds.
- Swimming in the lagoon and enjoying the spectacular sunsets.
- Relaxing during free time hours in hammocks or enjoying the views from the observation floor overlooking the lagoon.
- Open bar during operating hours
- Prices are PER PERSON in USD dollars
- Passports are required upon reservation in order to register the visit with the Cuyabeno Reserve.
- Groups are made up of 10 passengers maximum per guide and per canoe.
- The 3d / 2n program is only available for groups with a minimum of 4 pax.
- Solo travelers will be offered specific dates already open to operate. A minimum of 2 pax is needed to open any program.