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Showing 1-11 of 11 Ecotourism Resorts
Though Hacienda Primavera Wilderness Ecolodge provides all the luxuries you need for a comfortable vacation in Ecuador, they also strive to keep their property as eco-friendly as possible. They have solar-paneled heated water, biodegradable products, organic recycling and local & organic ingredients in their cooking.... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 8 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Ibarra
- Nearby Water N/A
- Open Dates All Year
Nestled amongst the dense tropical vegetation of Ayampe point; surrounded by verdant hillsides, towering cliffs, and a solitary stretch of white-sand beach; and overlooking the Pacific, sits a slice of paradise called Finca Punta Ayampe. Its location just miles from the wild and beautiful Machalilla National Park, the awe-inspiring La Isla de... more
Imagine yourself drifting down a narrow, winding creek surrounded on all sides by a lush, endless sea of tropical greenery. All that separates you from the deep black Amazon waters is a canoe-hand carved out of a single tree trunk.... more
El Monte is an ecotourism operation that consists of three wooden cabins and a central lodge for dining and socializing. We have designed El Monte with sustainability in mind and use Permaculture as a general guideline while organically producing many of our own fruits and vegetables. Our guests stay in spacious, two-story A-frame cabins,... more
Yachana Lodge is an award winning eco-tourism destination that inspires thousands of international and Ecuadorian visitors each year. Yachana Lodge overlooks the Napo River and is part of the remote village of Mondaña. Your journey into the rainforest begins in the city of Coca, just a 30 minute flight from Ecuador's capital city of Quito. From... 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
Deep within the jungle you will find a mysterious lake called Challuacocha, where floating water hyacinths and grasses obscure the shores. And if you venture out on this lagoon in a dug out canoe early in the morning when it is quiet and the light is still low, you just might see, somewhere out there, lying hidden in the vegetation a rare and wild... more
This spectacular ecolodge is surrounded by 400 hectares of cloudforest, an incredible location for world-class gardens and birding, hiking, horseback riding or relaxing. Six rooms built around the cloudforest trees feature private baths and showers, and a rooftop terrace offers a breathtaking view. The onsite restaurant features Ecuadoran and... 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
La Selva Lodge, winner of the Ecotourism Award, is in its 20th year of environmentally friendly business! Huts are made of secondary growth forest material, meals are made with organic ingredients and the expeditions embody the meaning of ecotourism.... more