Tapir Lodge

Address: Av. Eloy Alfaro N29-235 between Italia and Alemania, Cuyabeno, 17-17-162, Ecuador | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on Av. Eloy Alfaro N29-235 between Italia and Alemania, Cuyabeno.
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      Just an Awesome Day

      A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... parrots. From here we travel down river for a few minutes & come across a single pink Herron - it was beautiful. Apparently it is a pink Ibis ??? If our Ibises were pink - maybe they would be more likeable��. Next stop is the village of Soni ( sounds like sunny). Here we are greeted by a group of Khicwan women. We all introduce ourselves and are then invited to the school. Just before going into a classroom- we are given notice that we need to perform a ...

      Up Above the Amazon (Day 63)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 12, 2014

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      ... not as excited as I expected him to have been given how much he has been talking about seeing toucans. We also watched a family of howler monkeys preen and move through the trees through the telescope off in the distance. There are several black-brown and gold oropendola that have nests in amongst the trees at the lodge. They have the weirdest cry/song. It sounds like an electronic water drop. Ironically their nests also look like a water drop. At 7:30am we took ...

      Parrots, Plantains and Flying Monkeys (Day 62)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 11, 2014

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      ... around 6:20. As we paddled across the lake and down the small river to the boat launch the rain started to pick up and I was grateful for having put on my rain pants. Darren, however, helped to uphold the Canadian stereotype of being hearty as he didn't even bother to put on his rain jacket. Along the way we saw a couple of birds - and to be honest we saw so many different types of birds today I can't remember all of their names. We joined three ...

      Into the Amazon

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Oct 31, 2014

      67 photos

      ... tours into the park and by 9 am most of them had been approached by their guides, including the Dutch girl. Finally, at 9:30 a guy dressed all in black, with long hair, shades and a belt buckle that spelled out the word "f**k" in metal lettering approached us and identified himself as our naturalist guide at the Caiman Lodge. When we had booked the tour from Baños we had visited a number of agencies and ended up choosing the tour that was at least $15 a ...

      The amazon jungle!

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... our room and had some lunch. After lunch we went for a boat ride to look for animals and dolphins, we saw 1 dolphin and a few birds, no English speaking guide either so we didn't really know what was going on for most of it. We swam in the lagoon, wide part of the river and watched the sunset. It rained so we didn't go on our night walk but instead went to bed early. The next morning after breakfast we went for a walk. The boat couldn't get all the way up to ...