- Enjoy a visit to Yasuni Biosphere Reserve and witness the home of thousands of plants and animals
- Night excursions along the lake allow you to see and hear the local creatures emerge to feed
- Programs into the jungle offer perfect opportunities for cultural exchange and photography
- With the newly built spa, enjoy the treatments as you can listen to the jungle noises around you
- Enjoy the sightings of more than 1600 bird species in this one region of Ecuador alone
Sitting high on the shores of Lake Garzacocha, La Selva Amazon Ecolodge has well served guests on a worldwide basis. Whether on foot or by canoe, visitors have been led by their guides on excursions to discover the most bio-diverse region on the planet. Nineteen spacious suites are featured at this property, three of which present a beautiful view of the lake and lovely family suites for those who’ve brought children for an epic adventure. Uncover the history of the Amazon which was discovered by Spanish conquistadors who left on an expedition from Quito to discover the hidden city of El Dorado, but when a small group of the Spaniards were separated, they came across the river which they followed for hundreds of miles until reaching the Atlantic. Along that journey they encountered fierce native women who they called Amazonians hence the name of the infamous river.
This Yampu recommended trip add-on may only be booked in conjunction with any of our personalized trips. Your Yampu Tour Consultant will design an itinerary for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!
La Selva Amazon Ecolodge & Spa, Sucumbíos Province, Ecuador
Places You'll See
At the convergence of the Napo and Coca Rivers within the Amazon rainforest rests the city of El Coca. This is where many begin their journey into the national park, but there are many things of interest in this bustling area to discover. Enjoy drinks at local restaurants and browse through the many different clothes boutiques before venturing on the Iconic Napo River or exploring the mysterious depths of the Amazon.