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

      In the jungle, the mighty jungle...

      A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Nov 06, 2014

      40 photos

      ... roots which look distinctly fallic). Our tour guide, Enrique, was really knowledgeable and incredibly funny. We watched some traditional dancing by the kids in the local village, visited the shaman and got our ***** kicked in a football match by the local school kids. Unashamedly, we turned totally brutal against these 8 year olds, trying to push them over or trip them up, but these kids were ...

      The Jungle Book/Blog

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Oct 10, 2014

      53 photos

      ... means you normally need to get amputated from a bite. We were back on the canoe for one final observation ride at 6am with the hopes of seeing birds and monkeys. We were finally lucky enough to see an array of birds including the infamous tucan bird which is apparently rare to see. We also saw small monkeys bouncing between trees. After one final walk through the jungle after this we caught the canoe back to the small town and had a five hour bus ride back to ...

      Jatun Sacha Research Centre

      A travel blog entry by laurenross on Oct 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... was great and the chefs were a laugh (tho had no idea how to cook). The food, oh the food, canned tuna was the staple and you would say a silent prayer before each meal that you would not be served the dish we named Tuna slime. The closest village Misahualli was great, we did a couple of day trip to have pizza and ice cream and use the Internet. Would I recommend this place, no not really, not much to do if your not volunteering and the food was at ...

      Rafting and jungle treks (plus FAST internet)

      A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 25, 2014

      99 photos

      ... and e other rafts for us to navigate. Each guide had their own little tricks and jokes - Andy loved to pull the guitar pose with his oar whenever the camera was out - and this included us being rammed by another raft onto a large rock, us all sitting at the back to make the raft go 90 degrees in the air, and us all jumping off a large rock back into the river at one point. The rafting was broken up by lunch in a tiny village that consisted of one large family home, a few ...

      World Challenge Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jul 27, 2014

      97 photos

      ... and check out Hooters (apparently Hooters does not exist in the UK so the kids were all excited to go there and check out the Hooties). After two nights in an Econo Lodge in Houston, we finally left for Ecuador arriving in Quito (altitude 2850 m) shortly before midnight. We stayed at the lovely Posada del Maples hostel where we met out in country agent the next day. Gary gave ...