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

    Day 16 + Day 17!

    A travel blog entry by sherda on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... with them, after that they offered us food. I also got a beautiful bracelet. On the way home we decided to tube!!! Franklin swam in the water beside us! I think this was one of our crazier ideas... but Franklin said we would be safe! The water temperature of the river wasn't too bad haha. We finally made it back after about 45 minutes of laughing from fear. I started to pack my things and then went for dinner. July 20th (Day 17) good ...

    Exploring the jungle

    A travel blog entry by alexmandaliti on Jul 19, 2015

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    ... After breakfast we went for a 3 hour hike through the jungle. This was the most insane 3 hours. It was about 30 degrees with almost 100% humidity! So it felt like we were in a sauna! We hiked up and down through the jungle, through streams and mud, we were able to see lots of bugs, spiders snd insects! We also got to learn about the trees and plants in the forest and we even saw a very venomous snake! After our hike we ...

    Last Day in the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 13, 2015

    ... volunteered and I was soon egged on to join in. An interesting experience to say the least. I had a poncho type cloth and a hat to wear. The 3 men on one side and 3 women on the other we had to dance back and forward. As the numbers dwindled TJ (English Tara), Alex, Paly, Rolando (son of the bloke that owns it) and I remained. An array of interesting conversations ensued before Paly called it quits. We soon moved to the hammocks before I went to bed not long ...

    Shoot the Monkey!

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... basin. The road was increasingly steep and hugged the hillsides past countless waterfalls. The sun was out and would remain out all day. We descended about 13,000 feet over the next two and half hours, with several pit stops along the way. Each time we stopped and exited the bus, the air was warmer and certainly more humid. The change in vegetation over the course of the descent was also remarkable. It seems as though we entered a ...

    Piatua - Kayaking in Tena

    A travel blog entry by lkaucky on Mar 25, 2015

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    We started the day at La Tortuga, our usual breakfast spot. In the end, everyone who committed the day before ended up showing up for the planned Piatua river shuttle. Jose was our driver. The Piatua was about an hour out, and we were five people, five boats, and a driver. All of this fit in a little truck, or the classic cab around Tena. We braved the four people across the back seat, hot and sweaty, and even made it under ...