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Jamu Lodge

Jamu means Armadillo in the indigenous Siona language, it is the perfect lodge located in the incredible Cuyabeno wildlife reserve, where clients can enjoy different types of activities. We are located along the Cuyabeno River, 15 minutes downstream from the wonderful Laguna Grande. Our lodge practices a policy of minimal environmental impact. they have light / they don’t have connectors) But if we have connectors in social areas, where they can recharge all kinds of cameras, etc., solar panels help us to work in operating areas with a capacity of 110wtz.

Itineraries

Day 1

Our tour starts at the entrance of Cuyabeno River where we will enjoy a delicious box lunch.

Subsequently, our naturalist guide will provide information about the Reserve and important recommendations to begin navigating two hours in the Cuyabeno river towards Jamu Lodge.

At this point, visitors must register at the Reserve office. Here our naturalist guide will provide you with information about the Cuyabeno Reserve, important recommendations and other tips to start the two-hour navigation on the Cuyabeno River from Jamu Lodge.

During the canoe ride you will get a first look at the jungle and you will be able to observe different types of birds such as caciques, orioles and the prehistoric bird Hoatzin. You can also see a variety of monkeys and other jungle animals, depending on the weather and weather conditions.

We will arrive at Jamu Lodge around 4:30 pm. At that point, you will be shown to your rooms and you can relax a bit. After the siesta we will leave the lodge to swim in the lagoon and see a beautiful sunset in the middle of the Laguna Grande. Then you will return to the camp for dinner and you can finish your first day in the jungle, relax in a hammock or have a drink at the bar.

Day 2 (A)
Option A

After breakfast there is a walk of approximately 3 to 4 hours through the primary forest, where the guide will explain about a tropical forest and medicinal plants.

You will have the opportunity to observe large trees such as CEIBO or small insects such as ants.

We will return to the camp for lunch and take a break and in the afternoon we will go out to see the beautiful butterflies and to swim in the lagoon. If possible we will be able to observe the beautiful brushed dolphins and enjoy the impressive sunset. Then, we return to the camp for dinner.

At night we carry out a nocturnal activity, focused on the search for alligators on the banks of the river.

Day 2 (A)
Option B

After breakfast we set off in a canoe downriver for about an hour to visit a family from the Tarapuy community. We will be able to learn how to prepare Casabe, a traditional Yuca bread, where we will help in its preparation.

We will learn to use the materials of the jungle to make bread, in this we occupy all day; returning to the Lodge at approximately two in the afternoon.

After lunch we have relaxation activities; To end the day we will have a short walk through the primary forest focused on observing nocturnal insects, such as spiders, gekos or scorpions and listening to the noises and sounds of the night.

Day 3

On the third and last day of the 3d / 2n tour , early in the morning before breakfast, we will have a bird watching excursion that is optional and will depend a lot on the weather conditions; Upon returning to the lodge we will have a delicious breakfast and then the transfer back to Cuyabeno Reserve Bridge where the tour ends with us.

Day 1
Our tour starts at the entrance of Cuyabeno River where we will enjoy a delicious box lunch.

Subsequently, our naturalist guide will provide information about the Reserve and important recommendations to begin navigating two hours in the Cuyabeno river towards Jamu Lodge.

During the canoe ride there is a first look at the jungle and you will be able to observe different types of birds such as caciques, orioles and the prehistoric Hoatzin bird.

You may also be able to see a variety of monkeys and other jungle animals, depending on the weather and weather conditions. We will arrive at Jamu Lodge around 4:30 pm.

At that time you will be shown your rooms and you can relax a bit. After the siesta we will leave the lodge to swim in the lagoon and see a beautiful sunset in the middle of the Laguna Grande. You will then return to the camp for dinner, and you can finish your first day in the jungle, relax in a hammock or have a drink at the bar.

Day 2
Your second day begins with a delicious breakfast, later we will take a walk of approximately 3 to 4 hours through the primary forest, where the guide will explain to us about a tropical forest, and medicinal plants.

You can also see large trees such as CEIBO or small insects such as ants.

We will return to the lodge for lunch and take a break and in the afternoon we will go out to see the beautiful butterflies and to swim in the lagoon. If possible we will be able to observe the beautiful brushed dolphins and enjoy the impressive sunset. Then, we return to the lodge for dinner.

At night we carry out a nocturnal activity, focused on the search for alligators on the banks of the river.

Day 3
After breakfast we set off in a canoe downriver for about an hour to visit a family from the Tarapuy community.

We will be able to learn how to prepare Casabe, a traditional Yuca bread, where we will help in its preparation.

We will learn to use the materials of the jungle to make bread, in this we occupy all day. We will return to the Lodge at approximately two in the afternoon.

After lunch we have relaxation activities; To end the day we will have a short walk through the primary forest focused on observing nocturnal insects, such as spiders, gekos or scorpions and listening to the noises and sounds of the night.

Day 4
On the third and last day of the 3d / 2n tour , early in the morning before breakfast, we will have a bird watching excursion that is optional and will depend a lot on the weather conditions; Upon returning to the lodge we will have a delicious breakfast and then the transfer back to Cuyabeno Reserve Bridge where the tour ends with us.

Day 1
Our tour begins at the entrance of the Cuyabeno River where we will enjoy a delicious box lunch.

Later, our naturalist guide will provide information about the Cuyabeno Reserve and important recommendations to start sailing for two hours on the Cuyabeno River to Jamu Lodge.

During the canoe ride there is a first look at the jungle and you can observe different types of birds such as caciques, orioles and the prehistoric bird Hoatzin.

You can also see a variety of monkeys and other jungle animals, depending on the weather and weather conditions. We will arrive at Jamu Lodge around 4:30 pm.

At that point they will show you their rooms and you can relax a bit. After the siesta we will leave the lodge to swim in the lagoon and see a beautiful sunset in the middle of the Laguna Grande. Then you will return to the camp for dinner and you can finish your first day in the jungle, relax in a hammock or have a drink at the bar.

Day 2

After breakfast there is a walk of approximately 3 to 4 hours through the primary forest, where the guide will explain about a tropical forest, and medicinal plants. You can also see large trees such as CEIBO or small insects such as ants.

We will return to the camp for lunch and take a break and in the afternoon we will go out to see the beautiful butterflies and to swim in the lagoon. If possible we will be able to observe the beautiful grazed dolphins and enjoy the impressive sunset before returning to the camp for dinner.

At night we carry out a nocturnal activity, focused on the search for alligators on the banks of the river.

Day 3

After breakfast we depart in a canoe downriver for about an hour to visit a family from the Tarapuy community, where we can learn how to prepare Casabe, a traditional Yuca bread, where we will help in its preparation.

We will also learn to use the materials of the jungle to make bread, in this we occupy the whole day until two in the afternoon, when we will have to return to the Lodge.

After lunch we have relaxation activities; To end the day we will have a short walk through the primary forest focused on observing nocturnal insects, such as spiders, gekos or scorpions and listening to the noises and sounds of the night.

Day 4

There will be a visit to the surroundings for bird watching by native canoe called “quilla”, and another walk in the forest are the activities for day 4. While paddling you have the best opportunity to see more fauna and flora and you can get a good idea of what a flooded forest looks like. A great variety of different birds and monkeys can be observed. Because this activity is approximately 4 to 5 hours long, we will have a box lunch on the tour with us.

Day 5
On the fifth and last day of the Cuyabeno tour 5 days, early in the morning before breakfast, we will have a bird watching excursion that is optional and will depend a lot on weather conditions; Upon returning to the lodge we will have a delicious breakfast and then the transfer back to the Cuyabeno Reserve Bridge where the tour with us ends.

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