Adventure and Nature Galore
The Cuyabeno Dolphin Lodge is set at the heart of the Cuyabeno National Park. Just a 20-minute motor canoe ride away from the Cuyabeno lake area and right next to the banks of the Cuyabeno River. From the hammocks at the lodge’s pier, you may spot freshwater dolphins and enjoy the scenery of the river. The location guarantees free navigation and access all year around, even in the drier season from December to February.
The Dolphin Lodge offers
- 4 matrimonial rooms
- 1 quadruple room
- 3 triple rooms
- 4 double rooms with private bathrooms
- All rooms with lower beds.
- Maximum capacity is 40 guests.
Each room is equipped with solar-powered light and a 110V electric socket. In order to reduce the use of nonrenewable energy resources, we do not use water-heating systems and provide cold water only. All of our refuse material is separated and recycled to the greatest extent possible
Commitment to responsible and ecological tourism
Cuyabeno Dolphin Lodge follows rigorous ecological standards for protected areas. Accordingly, all sewage is carefully processed and filtered to avoid contaminating water systems and soils, and the lodge obtains its energy exclusively from clean energy through solar panels.
Relationship with the community
The Dolphin Lodge maintains a strong and friendly relationship with members of the indigenous community and supports their active involvement in tourism. They receive economic income through their work as paddling aids, motor canoe drivers, kitchen helpers and camp administrators with us.
This is a great lodge in the Cuyabeno National Park area. If you are in need of availability in this area, you will most likely find it at this lodge with its high capacity. This lodge is perfect for budget-friendly travelers who are looking for a great experience in the Amazon Rainforest.
There are big chances for you to see a great variety of wildlife such as insects, birds, reptiles, and mammals. Some typical animals you may spot are; anacondas, spiders, giant armadillos, birds such as hoatzins, macaws, toucans, parakeets, parrots as well as monkeys, tapirs, ocelots, etc.
Explore the rivers and lakes on board a motorized or paddle-canoe! In the river, creeks, and lakes of the Amazon Rainforest, you will find hundreds of different aquatic animals such as fish, caimans, turtles, piranhas, and Amazon dolphins.
A plethora of bird species can be found in the Cuyabeno National Park, giving you the best bird watching experience, and an unforgettable adventure..
Visits to the Siona Community include a cooking class where you will learn to make Casave a local dish made from yucca. Visit to the Shaman is also included.
Our programs include easy and medium intensity walks and hikes in order to observe the wildlife and nature of the area; more difficult hikes and longer programs can be arranged.
Swimming can take place in the Laguna Grande (Big Lake) close to the lodge.