Cuyabeno River Lodge Has sponsored tourism and scientific research in the Ecuadorian Amazon Basin since the creation of the lodge and the establishment of the reserve in 1979. We are the direct operators of Cuyabeno River Lodge and protect the most fragile zone of the Cuyabeno National Reserve. Over 500 species of birds, 450 species of fish, 12,000 plant species, and hundreds of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians can be found in this diverse ecosystem. Our mission is to promote ecotourism in an environmentally and culturally safe manner in order to present Cuyabeno’s beauty to its visitors. We offer standard four or five-day tours to our native-style cabins as well as longer adventure tours through the mysterious waters of Cuyabeno and into Peru. Join us as we venture into this unique and fascinating habitat!
After traveling by bus to the Cuyabeno bridge, (check in 11:00 pm) our guide will be
waiting to pick you up and board the canoes that will take us to our camp Cuyabeno River Lodge. After lunch, we will make the adaptation walk through the
“Sendero de los Ceibos” approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. In the evening, we'll have a talk for the next day's activities.