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CUYABENO FAUNIST RESERVE [ECUADOR's AMAZON]

10 facts that make Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador the Amazon's best reserve to view fauna:

  1. Straddled across the equator, Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador is one of the less than a dozen reserves worldwide.

  2. The the rainfall is rather evenly distributed over the year, although there is a few months with dryer conditions. Under such circumstances more species can survive in absence of a totally dry period; as a result Cuyabeno has the greates biodiversity worldwide;

  3. No other Amazon park, can be reached over an asphalt road, providing easy access and effordable prices;

  4. You can also fly from capital Quito Ecuador's oil town, Lagoagrio, after which the black-top road takes you to the reserve. It is much more accessible than Yasuní National Park;

  5. One can observe wildlife from slow-flowing narrow winding rivers.

  6. Birds and mammals are hard to see in the jungle. Most wildlives lives in the 35 m high tree tops, which makes wildlife viewing in the rainforest particularly difficult; leaves appear black against the bright sky and animals are at considerable distances from the observers.

  7. Visibility is much better from the water. Light from the sky aluminates shrubs and trees along the banks through the openings in the forest, facilitating better wildlife viewing.

  8. Watching wildlife sitting in a canoe, with one's binoculars, camera and bird guide at hand makes observation much more convenient.

  9. All this makes, exploring the Amazon rainforest from rivers and lakes is much better.

  10. On narrow rivers you feel surrounded by the forest, while the water opens the canopy enough for the light to illuminate lower trees and shrubs along the shores. This facilitates the observation of birds, flowers and mammals.

  11. Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador is the only flooded area near the Andes in the entire Amazon-Andean region. No other park at the Andes foothills has so many lakes and navigable narrow rivers as Cuyabeno and which may be seen at such affordable prices.

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7 DAYS' LAGARTO COCHA EXPEDITION

The 7 day's Lagarto Cocha Expedition is an epic journey deep into the wildest part of the Ecuadorian Amazon, exploring creeks and lakes that hardly any tourist ever gets to see.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 1

Our transport meets you in Lagoagrio to take you in about 2 hours to the the canoe landing location Nuevo Unión, on the Aguarico River.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Detailed map Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve with route.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Aguarico River landscape.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cofan Lodge tourist canoe.

The Lagarto Cocha Expedition takes you on a 200 - 300km odyssey through the Eastern Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador, starting at the River Aguarico.

The tourist canoe of the Cofan Lodge.

 

Upon arrival in Zábalo, you will be shown around in the village and taken to your cabins to freshen up and rest, as it has been a long day since your departure from Quito.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Relaxing on the Cuyabeno Lodge deck during your Amazon visit in EcuadorCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cofan Lodge Cabin.

The restaurant of our Cofan Lodge.

One of the cabins of the Cofan Lodge.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Resting in hammocks at the Cofan Lodge when visiting the Amazon in Ecuador.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Zábalo Cofan village.

Resting in a hammocks in our restaurant.

A walk in Zábalo village.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 2

You will be taken on one of the few Ecuadorian black water rivers, where the clear dark water provides ideal conditions for Giant Otters. There is also a vivid population of Scarlet Macaws as well as a great variety of tropical birds and monkeys.

 

In the evening, you return to Zábalo to spend the night in the Cofan Lodge.

 

After dark, we make a short excursion to look at nocturnal animals.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Tree Frog of the Amazon Jungle seen on a night excursion when visiting the Amazon in Ecuador.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Nocturnal amazon animal found on an Amazon visit in Ecuador

Tree frogs are very common, but it is somewhat hard to spot them. The minute you think you at last have one in your camera, they jump away to never be seen again. With lots of luck, you may see the reflecting eyes of an Ocelot Cat in the beam of your flash light.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 3

The day begins with learning about of the Cofan ways. You will be instructed how to shoot with a blowgun, and get the opportunity to see the traditional Cofan dresses.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cuyabeno Entry station for Amazon Visitors in EcuadorCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cofan shaman with village children.

Learning how to shoot with a blowgun.

The shaman with some of the Cofan children and of tourists.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Zábalo kitchen garden.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Cofan turtle restoration project.

The traditional vegetable garden produces typical food of the Amazon region.

The Cofan turtle breeding project helped restore the turtle numbers in Cuyabeno.

 

In the morning we take off to the largest lake of the Ecuatorian Amazon, Zancudo Coche, located in the Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador. After a well-deserved night's rest, you will explore Lake Zancudo Cocha and its surrounding.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Amazon jungle flowering.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Amazon forest in the dry season with some trees shedding their leaves.

Sometimes, you will see trees flowering, but always as part of a very varied jungle, where no tree species will ever dominate the landscape.

During the dry season - which is never truly dry, just dryer - some trees will shed their leaves.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador:  Amazon Manatee at Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Amazon dolphin on an Amazon visit in Ecuador

Usually there will be a few Amazon Dolphins (no guarantee of course) or, if you are really lucky, a Manatee.

 

Skim past the shores with beautiful jungle trees and spot sloths and monkeys, like the Black-mantled Tamarins, noisy Howlers and Wooley Monkeys. Watch for the more than 540 species of birds known for the area, varying from hummingbirds to Harpy eagles, King Vultures to endangered – yet common in Cuyabeno - Blue and Yellow macaws.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Amazon jungle seen from the air.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Candle bush in the Amazon.

Cuyabeno's rainforest has the greatest recorded number of species per hectare anywhere in the world.

The Candle Bush grows along river courses.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Ecuador Amazon birding expeditionCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Birdwatchers on Amazon Expedition in Ecuador

The reserve has become a favorite place for birdwatchers.

Tourists "hunt" wild animals with their binoculars and cameras.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: flooded forest along Lake Zancudo Cocha.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: jungle lunch in Cuyabeno.

The borders of the lake are often inundated.

Along the way we picnic on a "blanket" of palm leaves.

 

We spend the entire day exploring the lake, after which we make camp and sleep in tents along the lake side.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 4

After breakfast, we enter a branch of the Aguarico River, the Imuya River, which forms the Lagarto Cocha watershed. We send the entire day exploring this beautiful black water river, looking out for wildlife and birds.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: the Imuyo River is the clearest black water river in the Amazon of Ecuador.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: The black water of the Imuyo River mixing with the "white" - in reality coffee-with-cream colored sediment loaded River Aguarico.

With its entire watershed protected in the Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador, the Imuyo River is the clearest black water river in the Amazon of Ecuador.

The clear black - sediment poor - water of the Imuyo River mixes with the sediment loaded water of the Aguarico River. The color comes from the soil particles dispersed in the water.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: natigating up the Imuyo River.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: extended swamps characterize the forest.

Continuing the journey upstream the Imuyo River until we reach the Lagarto Cocha lakes.

Extended swamps characterize the forest.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Amazon visitors enjoy orchid at Cuyabeno, EcuadorCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Beautiful flowers enlighten Amazon visits in Ecuador.AMAZON FOREST PLANTS, ECUADOR: Amazon rainforest plants include the Orchids growing in Cuyabeno. Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Heliconia in the Amazon tropical Rainforest seen when visiting the Amazon in Ecuador.

Some of the jungle flowers you may find along the way, depending on the season.

 

In the evening we make camp (in tents) along the river.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Days 5 and 6

After breakfast, we enter the Lagarto Coche Lakes, a dense network of lakes and creeks at the border with Peru. We spend 2 days exploring the lakes and Macrolobium swamps.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: The border of the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve is a huge swamp area.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Lagarto Cocha along the Peruvian border is a huge swamp area.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Along the border with Peru, Cuyabeno Reserve of Ecuador is an enormous swamp.Epiphytes in the Amazon Jungle

Lagarto Coche is a dense network of creeks and lakes.

The Macrolobium trees form mystic swamps with their bonsai shaped truncs.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Taking a plunge in Lagarto Cocha lakes. Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: excursion in Cuyabeno.

After a days' excursion it is very refreshing to take a plunge into one of the lakes.

On excursion in one of the Lagarto Cocha Lakes.

 

In the evening, we make camp along one of the creeks or lakes.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 6

In the morning, we continue exploring the Lagarto Cocha Lakes swamps.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Seasonal floating meadows in Cuyabeno, Lagarto Cocha. Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Lagarto Cocha lakes with Macrolobium trees in Cuyabeno.

The swamps form dense networks of flooded forest and seasonal floating meadows loved by Manati.

At other locations the swamps are formed by Macrolobium trees.

 

In the afternoon, we have to head back to Zábalo, where you spend the night in the Cofan Lodge.

 

Day 7

On day 7, you will experience the feel of so many of our visitors: "It all went by too quickly".

From Zábalo, we take you upstream Aguarico River to the road at El Unión, where your transport is waiting for you to take you to the airport or the bus-terminal in Lagoagrio, where your journey ends. Check our Cofan Lodge rates.

 

CUYABENO LAKE EXTENSION

For those who would like to explore the entire Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador, we have the Cuyabeno Lake Extension. Your expedition would last two more days, the last of which, you would spend around the famous Cuyabeno Lake while being lodged in the comfortable famous Cuyabeno Lodge. This would be a fantastic conclusion of your Amazon Rainforest Expedition.  For details about the program, take a look at Cuyabeno Tour, but in stead of staying 3 nights, you would be staying 2 nights.

 

For this extension, your extended itinerary would continue after the previous day 6:

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 7

After breakfast, we take you to the mouth of the Cuyabeno River, where usually some river dolphins hang out. From there you will be taken to the Canopy tower, to have an impression of the natural canopy.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: The mouth of the Cuyabeno River.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: The Cuyabeno Canopy Tower.

The Cuyabeno River Mouth is frequented by Amazon Dolphins

The highest canopy tower in Cuyabeno takes you all the way into the crown of a gigantic tree.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Canopy tower platform.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: view from the canopy tower.

Admiring the view from the canopy tower platform.

The tree canopies are where the Amazon jungle has most of its species.

 

After visiting the canopy tower, the journey continues upstream to the Cuyabeno Lake, from where the program will be taken over by one of the lodges at the Cuyabeno Lake, of which the most famous is the Cuyabeno Lodge.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Port of Entry for a visit of the Amazon in Ecuador at CuyabenoCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Macrolobium trees at Lake Cuyabeno.

Continuing the journey upstream the Cuyabeno River.

The Macrolobium trees at the border of the Cuyabeno lake are like giant Bonsai trees and full of epiphytes.

 

Upon arrival at the lodge, you can take a hot shower and rest up a bit and take a swim in the lake at sunset.

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Swimming at the Cuyabeno Lake during your Amazon visit in EcuadorCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Make great friends at the Cuyabeno Lodge when visiting the Amazon in Ecuador.

A swim at the lake is always wonderfully refreshing and a lot of fun.

Dinner in the restaurant of the comfortable Cuyabeno Lodge.

 

At night you can take an night excursion through the "tierra firma" - better drained hilly (but not dry) forest and explore the cool mysterious critters of the night.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Grasshopper shedding skin.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Interesting lizard in the jungleCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: A jung tarantella spiderCuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Frog waiting to snap up a fat insect

Nocturnal critters

 

On night excursions, one can see the most unusual critters and events, like a cricket that just changed its skin, nocturnal lizards, tarantulas, and of course, tree frogs.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 8

After a well-deserved night's rest, you will explore the Cuyabeno Lake and its surrounding Macrolobium swamps, which are more developed than in Lagarto Cocha. The forest in this part of the reserve is better developed and you are likely to see different species of wildlife.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Blue and Yellow macaws can be frequently seen when visiting the Amazon in Ecuador.Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador: Black Mantled Tamarins at Cofan Lodge, your comfortable hotel when visiting the Amazon in Ecuador.

Blue and yellow Macaws are common around the Cuyabeno Lake.

Black-Mantled Tamarins live in good-sized groups.

 

Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expedition, Day 9

On this final day, you will have to leave early in the morning to get back on time to catch the plane or bus to Quito in Lagoagrio. You will ride the canoe up the Upper Cuyabeno River to the main entrance of the park, the "Cuyabeno Bridge", where your transport will be waiting for you to bring you to the airport or to the bus station to take you on your trip back to Quito.

 

CUYABENO, GETTING THERE AND BACK

There are 3 options to travel to the Amazon Lowlands:

  • Take the night bus from Quito to Lagoagrio (usually leaves at 11 at night) from the "Terminal Norte" in Quito and arrive in Lagoagrio at dawn, which takes about 7 hours. It costs about $ 25 for the round trip and you have to leave from your hotel in Quito to the terminal  an hour before departure (by taxi). Alternatively, you can take a day bus, but then you will have to spend the night in Lagoagrio. We will pick you up in Lagoagrio in combination with arriving passengers by plane, departing generally at 10:30 (depending on the arrival of the plane), to Nuevo Unión (2 hours), where we embark in our canoe at about 12:30. Between your departure from your hotel at night at 10 at night until boarding the our motorized canoe, will be more or less 15 hours. The same applies for the Lake Cuyabeno accommodations which pass through the main park entrance on the Cuyabeno River.

  • Fly with Tame Quito - Lagoagrio. You can book your ticket at https://www.tame.com.ec, which costs about $ 150 round trip, but additionally you have to consider the cost of a taxi that costs 2X25; Then it actually costs $ 200. Your flight usually leaves at 9 in the morning, and takes 30 minutes to arrive. As many times the flight is delayed, count on arriving around 10, and after getting your luggage, it will be 10:30. We'll pick you up at the airport. From there it takes two hours to arrive in Nuevo Union, where we leave in our canoe at 12:30. Thus flying takes a total of 5 - 6 hours from your hotel until you can embark on the Rio Aguarico. The same applies for the Lake Cuyabeno accommodations which pass through the main park entrance on the Cuyabeno River.

  • Take our Private Trans-Andean Transportation to the Aguarico or Cuyabeno River, of which you can read the details below. We will pick you up at your hotel early in the morning and take to the Aguarico River in about 8 - 9 hours depending how much time we spend on the way at the overlooks into the Cayambe _ Coca Ecological. The same applies for the Lake Cuyabeno accommodations which pass through the main park entrance on the Cuyabeno River.

CUYABENO WILDLIFE RESERVE MAP: Lake area tours. CUYABENO WILDLIFE RESERVE MAP: Cuyabeno Loop.
CUYABENO WILDLIFE RESERVE MAP: Lagarto Cocha Expedition.

Routes from the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve programss of Parks and Tribes / Cofan Lodge:

  • Left above: Cuyabeno Lake Area;

  • Right above: Cuyabeno Loop;

  • Left: Lagarto Coche Expedition with the Cuyabeno Lake area as an additional option.

 

PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION QUITO - AGUARICO

 

some of the highest rainforests in the world along Lake Papallacta.The San Rafael waterfall surrounded by virgin cloud forest is the most beautiful waterfall of the country.

Near the mountain pass you pass by beautiful paramos and some of the highest rainforests in the world along Lake Papallacta.

The San Rafael waterfall surrounded by virgin cloud forest is the most beautiful waterfall of the country.

 

Bordering Lake Papallacta is the Jamanco SpaThe Reventador is Ecuador's most active volcano

Bordering Lake Papallacta is the Jamanco Spa with great mineral water without prior filtration as done in the Papallacta resorts. As a result, the mineral quality is supposed to be better, while resort prices are a fraction of the spas in Papallacta.

The Reventador is Ecuador's most active volcano and frequently runs of down-pouring can be seen glowing in the night.

  • It is possible to arrange for spending the night at either a Papallacta (costly) or Jamanco (friendly and much more economical) Spa, but then another day is needed.

  • Many passengers who take the private transportation, chose to fly back or visa versa.

Lagoagrio airport.the Cayambe exactly on the equator

Arrival at the airport of oil-boom town Lagoagrio.

On a clear day you can see the Cayambe exactly on the equator, as you fly around it. It is the only major volcano as well as the only glacier in the world precisely on the equator. On the way in, chose a window on the right and on the way back on the left of the plane.

 

WHAT IS INCLUDED?

Amazon Tours

All Amazon programs include all meals, and fruit juices served with the meals. Our restaurants serve a mix of international cuisine and occasionally, the Cofan Lodge offers  a sample meal of traditional Cofan dishes. Meals include coffee, tea and bottled water, while additional bottled drinks and alcoholic beverages can be bought.

Transportation between Lagoagrio and the access rivers.

Transportation between Lagoagrio and the river(s).

 

National Parks Tours

  1. All hotels and lodges;

  2. Transportation: All ground transportation on the National Parks tours;

  3. In-country flights where included in the national parks tour program, but NOT to/fro Galapagos and Lagoagrio;

  4. An English speaking naturalist guide. A German or French speaking guide may also be available, but can't be guaranteed.

  5. All entry fees.

COMBI-DISCOUNTS

Depending on the program you selected, we always try to give you a discount on combined modules. Groups above 4 passengers will receive discounts, depending on group size.

 

HOW TO BOOK A TOUR?

Our programs are rather customized and we try to accommodate the travel needs of our customers. To avoid misunderstandings, we don't offer a prepaid travel option. Just send an email to or contact us through our contact data below. 

 

From Abroad:

Sending money from abroad is rather costly and we try to minimize money going to bank transfers. Once your schedule has been worked out, we kindly request you to make a reservation guarantee transfer of only $100 by Western Union or Moneygram. The balance you pay in CASH in Quito upon arrival (we don't take credit cards!) This way you don't lose a lot of money sending money. The $100 is NOT recoverable upon cancelation.

 

Why we don't accept credit cards in Ecuador either? The credit card services charge 7%! We would have to charge you for that, making your trip more expensive. We do everything to make your trip as cost effective as possible.

 

Already in Ecuador?

You can pay in our office mentioned below. We apply a cancelation fee of $100.

 

What is essential to bring?

For this question we link to our special vacation packing list.

 

2018 COFAN LODGE / PARKS AND TRIBES PRICES

 

NATIONAL PARKS TOUR PROGRAM

DURATION STAY

Prices in US$

OPTION A: Complete national Parks Tour (10 days) $1999
OPTION B: After Machalilla return to Quito (6 days) $1349
OPTION C: After Machalilla return to Quito (6 days) via Chimborazo Wildlife Reserve (7 days) $1399
OPTION D: Start and finish in Guayaquil (5 days) $1149
OPTION E: Start in Cuenca and Finish in Guayaquil (5 days) $1149

Prices are based on a minimum of 2 passengers.

 

COFAN LODGE PROGRAMS

COFAN LODGE STANDARD PROGRAM

DURATION STAY

Prices in US$

4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

 
Standard room

$ 540

Prices are based on a minimum of 2 passengers.

 

CUYABENO LOOP

DURATION STAY

Prices in US$

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

 
Standard room at the Cuyabeno Lodge part (nights 3 &4) $ 850
Standard room in the Cofan Lodge (nights 1 & 2) and Deluxe room at the Cuyabeno Lodge (nights 3 & 4) $ 910

Prices are based on a minimum of 2 passengers.

 

LAGARTO COCHA EXPEDITION

DURATION STAY

Prices in US$

7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS

$ 1080

Extension Cuyabeno Lake from where returning to Lagoagrio.

$ 1340

Prices are based on a minimum of 2 passengers.

 

CUYABENO LODGE PROGRAMS

CUYABENO RAINFOREST STANDARD PROGRAM  
DURATION STAY

Prices in US$

4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

 
Standard room $ 380
Deluxe room $ 440
Shared budget room $ 260
   

CUYABENO RAINFOREST ADVENTURE

 

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

 
Shared budget room $ 325
Standard room $ 475
Deluxe room $ 550
Single occupancy $100

Individual bookings are WELCOME

 

QUITO - LAGOAGRIO

(or visa versa)

PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION

 

Prices in US$

One way per party price

$ 300

Group Price for parties of 2 - 7 (minivan) who share the costs.

 

GALAPAGOS TOURS

GALAPAGOS TOURS

For island hopping starting at  (Read details)

$520

Individual bookings are WELCOME

 

LIMA CUSCO MACHU PICCHU

DURATION STAY

Prices in US$

6 or 7 DAYS  
LIMA - CUSCO MODULE (Read details)

$1149

Prices are based on a minimum of 2 passengers.

 

What is essential to bring our best Cuyabeno Fauna Reserve Ecuador Expeditions?

Please check our vacation packing packing list for the tropics.

 

 

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Calle Mariano Cardenal N74-153 y Joaquín Mancheno; Carcelen Alto District (Barrio)

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