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TripAdvisor Reviews Huaorani Ecolodge Yasuni National Park
Travel Blogs from Yasuni National Park
... This brings you to a height of 4100 meters. For those who are adventurous and not breathless, there is a hike up of an additional 1000 meters. I was surprised to see wild lupins blooming at this height. There are no words to describe this view. The photos say it all.
This is one of our last nights in Quito, so back to Vista Hermosa for dinner and the magnificent views of Viejo. Off to Banos tomorrow.
... the bike down it so i signed up for that. We were shown to our dorm but they had mucked up the numbers so there was only two beds left in the first dorm so Simone and Ry went in there. These dorms have no electricity, no toilets so you have to use the toilet in the house part, are heated by a fire and lighted by candles. Myself and Andrew made the best decision by giving them this dorm as we were given beds in the dorm that was joined onto the kitchen which meant we ...
... reason we were meeting up there. As i didn't have everyone's passports i couldn't buy them however the tourist office did reserve us 4 seats on the 8:30am departure, the only one with tickets left! It just meant a slightly earlier start, which I'm sure wouldn't be a biggie. With reservation code in hand I made it back to the hostel and jumped (or crawled) into a taxi and headed off to Quitumbe bus terminal (the terminal in the south of ...
... was a shame that the biking didnīt go better for them.
Today, we started our trip into the jungle with a stop at some hot springs in Papallacta and an interpretive hike to some waterfalls in the cloud forest. The girls got their first glimpses of the huge leaves, beautiful birds, and streams and rivers that await them in the jungle. Everyone is in excellent spirits tonight and we are headed off to have dinner!
... the education of its people. The local community holds regular council meetings during which every resident has a say in how the lodge is run and how the profits are invested. Everyone in the community has an equal opportunity to work at the lodge for a period of time on a rotational basis. Those who demonstrate a passionate work ethic are rewarded with additional biology training and schooling to learn English in the U.S. ...