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

      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 ...

      Monkeying around

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Sep 24, 2014

      ... and have to fight for the light more). We take a motor powered boat down the river, just the three of us and the driver, to where the jungle gets more jungley and there are monkeys to be found!

      First, we stop briefly at a deserted community which very recently suffered bad flooding and what remains is a wreck of wood and twisted trees. Apparently there was a museum and it was similar to the community we'd visited the ...

      The day after my insurance expires & what happens?

      A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Jul 28, 2014

      4 photos

      Sat on the floor in a circle eating vegan pizza and all of a sudden I felt extreme pain in my right hand. Automatically I assumed it was some sort of bee and it wasn't until someone told me to "stand up because it's still there" that I realised I'd just been stung by a scorpion. It was about 1.5 x 1" big and it was black and evil looking. In shock and severe pain Bertie's reassuring arm and words couldn't have come ...

      World Challenge Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jul 27, 2014

      97 photos

      The team and I left Heathrow in the morning and got to Houston late afternoon where we had to rush through security checks again only to arrive at the boarding gate with gates already closed. No pleading helped so we found ourselves scrambling for accommodation options and flight connection. There were no flights available until 2 days later which meant we got to prowl ...

      The Never Ending Rain of Jatun Sacha

      A travel blog entry by zookeeperjosh on Jun 14, 2014

      86 photos

      ... lunch and took another couple of hours to look around the reserve. It was lovely, we walked some trails, and explored the Amazon Plant Conservation area of the reserve, and nothing disappointed. Not long after that we had to leave, in order to get back to Quito at a reasonable hour- the real goal, for the gringos at least, was to not have to drive back in the dark on the madness of the mountainside road.

      Dr. Morillo needed new pants (like most of our clothes his ...