Huasquila Amazon Lodge

Address: Huasquila Rd Km 3.5, Cotundo, Ecuador | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Huasquila Rd Km 3.5, Cotundo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Cotundo

    Day 2: Quito to Tena

    A travel blog entry by ramblingwrecks on May 26, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... none the less given it was our firs rafting trip ever. 11 of the 16 in the group went on the rafting trip and we split into two rafts. The other raft had the adrenaline junky guide so they did raft surfing: everyone stood on the outside of the raft while going over mild Rapids. They also played duck duck goose running around the sides of the raft where mostly everyone fell in. The most exiting thing our raft did was cowboy rafting and nick was ...

    Way down deep in the middle of the jungle...

    A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on May 13, 2015

    14 photos

    On the 13th I had a prearranged date with my fave Norwegians who I had missed immensely! After checking out of the swish Nu House I schlepped my 30kg the twenty minute walk to the next hotel.... Only to find that it had been changed to another unbeknownst to me, thanks g! Cabbing it back the way I'd walked for a hefty $3 I then made it to the rather Westfield-esque shopping centre. A brief scavenger hunt to find the girls led to an emot reunion also with the beaut Leila. I had a ...

    Off to the Jungle!

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 11, 2015

    ... the bush to the homestay. Lovey little location amongst the trees. Rooms are a lot nicer than I expected too. Still have my own room, the bed has a proper mattress and a frame. Cheering! After a welcome lunch we put the gum boots ( the silly Brits call them Wellys. Which funnily enough sounds like Willys) and were off for a trek to see the river. A tad boring at first where we were ...

    Shoot the Monkey!

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 30, 2015

    30 photos

    ... night. Very cool.

    We ate lunch in the open restaurant area bordering the pool and then headed back down to the boats, accompanied by our local Quichua indigenous guide, who would be with us for the next two days. We were going to head further down river to visit a large island in the river which is home to about 40 Quichua familes. We were greeted boatside by young barefoot girls, who presented us with flowers made out of palm leaves. We, in ...

    Piatua - Kayaking in Tena

    A travel blog entry by lkaucky on Mar 25, 2015

    5 photos

    ... with high ceilings and an antique dresser made of dark red wood, to match all the panelling. Clearly, this place was well cared for, accentuated by the freshly varnished smell still lingering in the rooms. Given my hacking cough, always most annoying and present at night, we went to the restaurant for some tea and this ended on tea and snacks (Gina makes an amazing chicken soup - by far my favourite meal thus far on the ...