by Stephen Jermanok
Located on a remote lake and owned by the local Sani Quichua community, this upscale lodge is known for its exemplary wildlife viewing. Choose one of the four family-sized cabins with one king and two double beds, private showers and electric lights run by solar energy. Be on the lookout for toucans and black caimans, and get ready for the wonderful sunset.
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- One of the best sites to spot wildlife
- Owned by the local Sani Quichua community
- Family-sized cabins
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
Spend 5 nights in october during the Strike in Ecuador at the sanilodge, and sometimes i hoped i get stucked there forever. The Staff is lovely, they love to Cook for you and you can taste that. the lagoon is just a magical Place, the Tower i Never wanted to leave, where can you spot a Harpyie and so many other birds and amazing trees. The Guide Olger was outstanding best birding i ever had. You hear no unnatural sound during your stay, only from tourists! Cabins are perfect and you can do so many different things, just visit the huge Anakonda in the camp, who rest there for days, the kaiman, the macaw Pepe and and and.. Was so hard to leave.
Experience nature in the amazon with amazing guides, excellent food, great support staff and even wifi. Too many amazing creatures to list - from the treetop canopy tower, hiking, canoeing, walking at night, fishing...
Thanks to Victor, Johnny, Jessica and the whole staff.