Hot Spots Lodge

Address: Juan Leon Mera N.-23-84 and wilson second floor, Cuyabeno, 593, Ecuador | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Juan Leon Mera N.-23-84 and wilson second floor, Cuyabeno, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Cuyabeno

Just an Awesome Day

A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Dec 16, 2014

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We started off with an amazing breakfast - even though it was a little early! We headed to our canoes and retraced the "Disneyland ride" to the main river where we then transferred to our motorised canoe. A short trip down the river to a place called "The Clay Pool" - but it is not a pool, instead it is an area on the side of the cliff with clay that is full of minerals that a few parrots feed on. We had to sit in the canoe and wait a while - but it was worth it, the wall was full ...

Up Above the Amazon (Day 63)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 12, 2014

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We had another good night of sleep and awoke just before sunrise. It's remarkable how precise the sunrise and sunset here is. Up at 6 and down at 6 even as we approach the winter solstice. After breakfast we spent an hour up on the observation deck of the main lodge doing some bird watching. Dario had no problem darting around but Daniel, Darren and myself had to watch our heads. We saw several species of birds, including 2 types of toucans, which made Darren happy, though he ...

Parrots, Plantains and Flying Monkeys (Day 62)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 11, 2014

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We were greeted at 5 am by birds and other jungle voices as well as a light smattering of rain. We both slept well through the night, the fans keeping us cool and the mosquito nets working decently even though they don't actually tuck into the edge of the bed. Breakfast at 5:30 was a nice mix of fruit, cereal, breads and eggs if you wanted them. We were supposed to leave for our excursion at 6, but members of our group were running slightly behind so ...

Into the Amazon

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Oct 31, 2014

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Having rejuvenated ourselves in the hot springs of Baños we took a 12 hour overnight bus to the Amazonian oil town of Lago Agrio, via a quick interchange in Ambato. Arriving at 5am we took a taxi to the hotel, where our tour guide would meet us. When we arrived the entrance and restaurant were still closed, so we waited for an hour with a Dutch girl who was also on our bus, until we could get a table and have breakfast. As we ate, more and more tourists arrived ...

The amazon jungle!

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Sep 23, 2014

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We left on Tuesday night, night bus 6 or 7 hours long to arrive in a town on the edge of the amazon called Largo Agrio. From here we met our tour group, the promised USA and Kiwi couple - no Argentinian and Spanish, we did not get our English speaking group but all members were lovely. We took a van for another 2 hours to reach the Cuyabeno river and from here a boat 3 hours down stream looking for animals and saw a few monkeys. Finally at the lodge we ...