The best experience
This land, owned by the Sani Isla Kichwa Community
Comprises 42,000 hectares (103,784 acres) of primary forest. The closest city is Coca, located three hours away, making this the perfect opportunity to be in a truly primary forest that is lush and full of incredible, diverse wildlife.
Once in Quito, you will board a second plane that leaves Quito and takes you to Coca. Your plane leaves Quito Airport at 11:00 AM (flight schedule subject to changes). A member of our staff will help you check your passport and your bags and provide you with details of the trip. Then you will travel to Coca by plane for 40 minutes. Upon your return from the lodge, the guide will take you back to the airport and help you check in for your flight back at 12:20 PM. We reserve all flights for you.
Price: USD 269,00 roundtrip or USD 155,00 one way (price subject to change without prior notice)
A bus from the company Trans Baños leaves the station in Quito, located in Quitumbe (in the southernmost area of the city of Quito) at 11:30 PM the day before the first day of your package begins). This trip lasts 7 hours. Your guide will meet you at the MACCO Cultural Center in Coca on the Coca boardwalk at 10:30 AM and take you to the ship station.
Price: USD 30,00 roundtrip or USD 15,00 one way
Groups of 8 or more can opt to traverse through the Andes on your way to Coca in a van where you will see the incredible peaks and valleys of this stunning mountainous landscape. You’ll even stop at an unbelievably beautiful waterfall!
You will be met at the Coca airport or bus station by an English speaking guide and taken to the Malecon in the city of Coca where you will board a motorized canoe for a 3-hour down the Napo river. We will provide you with a snack to enjoy on your journey, and point out the unique flora and fauna at the river’s edge. We will disembark and walk down a platform through the forest for about 15 minutes, then take a paddle canoe for the brief lake crossing to the Lodge.