Amarongachi Jungle Eco-Lodge

Address: Av.15 de Nov. 438, Tena, Ecuador | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Av.15 de Nov. 438, Tena.
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      Travel Blogs from Tena

      The Day We Caught Jungle Fever

      A travel blog entry by simonekrayner on Jan 23, 2015

      28 photos

      ... by only playing one Taylor Swift song per night. One of the first lessons we learned living amongst the Quechua tribe in Shiripuno was the word 'carishina' which basically means lazy b**tch in English. The formal translation is a Quechuan woman who doesn't provide for her family as she can't cook or harvest crops. The women in our group took this very seriously and spent the rest of our trip trying to prove that we were not carishina. As a total unit we conquered the ...

      The mighty jungle

      A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Jan 19, 2015

      23 photos

      ... a local office to collect our wellies (an absolute god send) for the jungle and after less than a five minute motorised canoe ride we arrived at Shiripuno Lodge, our home for the next three nights. The lodge was basic, but great fun and a pretty realistic feel of being in the jungle. After dinner we headed to the beach to watch the traditional dancing of the Quechua tribe - the community that we were staying with, as well as watching ...

      14th Nov - Bienvenidos al selva

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 14, 2014

      18 photos

      ... where we were met by the chief, where he welcomed us and explained that everything we were about to do had a cost. I was pretty miffed, I hate being led into things like this, but we were there so paid 10 bucks for a cultural dance show and chicha making demonstration. A lady came out while he cheif talked us through the process, a quick photo opp, then a group came in with instruments followed by a group of dancers. This unfortunately was one of the saddest experiences in my time ...

      Death by volcano or horse?

      A travel blog entry by lorddodo on Oct 14, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... they all, very invariably, overtook me.

      We ascended up one flank of the volcano and witnessed a hot area and tasted spring water directly out of the ground. Incidently, the water we sampled tasted very similar to Perrier water.......yummy and refreshing.

      The following day, Mark endured a 5 hour hike up the volcano and got lost a few times as the path was at the mercy of the person ...

      Day 7 Amazon Rainforest

      A travel blog entry by fish54 on Sep 03, 2014

      ... about 10 mins. Then all fine again. We went to watch the local children doing traditional dancing. After demo we all joined in. Lots of fun! Some local ladies were selling bracelets and necklaces that they had made. A Quechuan woman demonstrated how they make pots and decorate them. Firstly made with coils of local clay, smoothed and left to dry - 3 days. Painted with colours made from local rocks and decorated with paint using a fine brush made with hair ...