Huasquila Amazon Lodge

Cerca de Tena, Cotundo, Ecuador | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Cerca de Tena, Cotundo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Cotundo

    Day 8 Amazon Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by fish54 on Sep 04, 2014

    After breakfast, fruit and yoghurt, walked up to the local village and school. Met the director of the school, who told us about education, the school and answered our questions. We gave them gifts we had brought for the school. Pencils, paint, scissors, books and paper. School was still on holidays but they were working at getting it ready. Teachers ...

    Day 7 Amazon Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by fish54 on Sep 03, 2014

    Breakfast this morning, a watermelon butterfly, followed by something like bubble and squeak, made with potato, corn, salty cheese and maybe a touch of cumin. Delicious. There was also bread, jam, and cheese on tables and fresh pineapple juice. After breakfast we all donned gumboots and set off for our 4 1/2 hour jungle walk. Frederico led us first through an area of secondary rainforest and then into primary forest. He stopped many times to talk about different ...

    The Never Ending Rain of Jatun Sacha

    A travel blog entry by zookeeperjosh on Jun 14, 2014

    86 photos

    ... so we stopped in a small Amazon tourist town known as Puerto Misahuallí. The most interesting thing about this town is that there were groups of Capuchin monkeys running around everywhere. They are very friendly and inquisitive of tourists, but they are also known to steal things from people and take off running. People were handing them all kinds of things, and trying to hold their little hands-definitely not the best human to animal relationship, but this stresses even ...

    La Cascada

    A travel blog entry by rischontheroad on Jun 03, 2014

    21 photos

    ... these! For those of you in my Social Studies class, we watched the Warriors guy try to shoot on of these in the Mayans video. The blowgun was mostly used for hunting, but occasionally as a weapon when warring with neighboring tribes. You can watch the video, but I proved to be quite the capable hunter if I do say so myself. I finally saw my first snake which was quite small, and my first jungle spider which was HUGE! No anacondas or tarantulas, though. ...

    It´s The Gran Canyon...not the moon!

    A travel blog entry by tamz.dinks.10 on May 04, 2014

    18 photos

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    I know I don`t paint a flowery picture but the truth is it`s an amazing place, do it!

    - There is a bus that tours the main road 15 de Novembre (number 1) that goes all the way to Archidona. The fare is a set 25 cents.
    - From Archidona the bus to Coca waits outside the main park, it will take a detour through Cotundo first but end up back on the main road to Quito. After another five minutes on the bus keep an eye out for the small sign that says Gran Canyon. ...