- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the sounds of hidden creatures. On first arrival, two anacondas, both nearing 5 meters long, were lounging along tree branches on the lagoon's edge. After a proper feed, another meal is not required for up to 6 months.
Mornings and evenings entailed an array of canoe rides, jungle walks, a community visit, viewing tower or mix thereof. Particular highlights included:
- a sighting of a three-toed sloth doing what sloths do ...
... are being discovered!
All this would be great if we could leave nature alone, but humans are humans, and humans are *****, so massive deforestation and oil exploration threaten one of our greatest assets, wiping out species unknown on a daily basis as well as threatening the ones we do know about, along with the tribes, as a matter of fact there is a tribe in Peru now raiding the local towns for shiny thing as thier way of life is being manipulated, that said Peru is very good ...
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 ...
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 ...
The tour lady was wrong and after 8 hours on the most uncomfortable bus ever we arrived in Lago Agrio extremely tired having not sleeping at all. There we had breakfast before catching another 2 hour bus to the river where we met the rest of the group and our guide Elvis. Our boat trip down river was another 2 hours however a lot of that time was stopping to check out the wild life. On the way we saw black mountain tamarin monkey, squirrel monkey, and the manachas flying monkey. ...