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The elegant Hotel Alameda Real boasts the most privileged location in the city: business, shopping and culture just outside the door and the picturesque sights of the Ecuadorian Andes just minutes away.... more
Tinalandia rests on the Western slope of the the Ecuadorian Andes at the souther end of the "Choco Bioregion" which stretches from Columbia to Ecuador. The late ornithologist Ted Parker and botanist Al Gentry proclaimed this area to be the most bio-diverse region in the world, and the ideal location of Tinalandia at 2000 feet takes advantage of... more
Upon arrival to Papallacta you will begin to feel the beneficial effects of the life giving diaphanous air which originates in a singular meeting of the Amazonian winds with the rocks, forest and water of the amazing Andes. Live a unique experience traveling across the forest, rivers and cascades of the Canyon Ranch, one of the main entrances to... more
Cabañas San Isidro was first founded as a typical Ecuadorian Hacienda-style cattle ranch over forty years ago by the Bustamante Family of Quito, Ecuador. Always with a deep concern for proper natural resource management as well as for the urgent need to protect the unique flora and fauna of the zone, Simón Bustamante left the majority of his... more
The Misahualli Hostería Jungle Lodge sits amidst 145 hectares of pristine, 650-year old primary Ecuadorian rainforest, which it has preserved for generations. The property is similar to an island because it is located at the juncture of the Napo river and the Misahuallí river. This special location has helped to conserve this important... more
Cabanas Alinahui (pronounced Ah-lin-ya-wee) is located on a bluff 150 feet above the Napo River, a major tributary of the Amazon, flowing out from the eastern base of the Ecuadorian Andes. Alinahui means "beautiful view" in the indigenous Quichua language; in keeping with its name, the Lodge has panoramic views of the river, the Andes and... more