The perfect opportunity to be in a Truly Primary Rainforest
Promote the tourism of the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest to ensure a unique experience for our visitants and at the same time improve the quality of life of the Kichwa Sani Isla community.
To be a leader Lodge in Ecuador with sustainable practices and be tourist destination of excellence with international recognition.
Located on 42,000 hectares (103,784 acres) of untouched rainforest, Sani Lodge is a unique ecolodge in Ecuador. Here, the biodiversity will amaze you! In this adventure, you will walk through a pristine rainforest gallery that is home to 1,500 species of trees, hundreds of climbing vines and exotic flowers. 550 species of tropical birds, 13 species of monkeys and 1,000 species of beautiful butterflies.
Sani Lodge is attended by its owners all the time, so the profits stay in the community and it helps to improve in healthcare and education of the community!
With this fact, we guarantee that all the visitors have a Real Cultural Experience with wildlife and enjoying wonderful times with the community.
The perfect opportunity to be in a Truly Primary Rainforest full of incredible and varied wildlife. You will see birds, mammals and reptiles in our well-maintained trails with a low impact in our area that keeps animals and nature in its place.
A whole natural world surrounding you while you stay in our comfortable cabins, and trying delicious typical food.
The global population size of the Harpy Eagle has not been quantified, usually this specie is described as ‘uncommon’, however in Sani Lodge is the ONLY place in the world where you can reliable see it. In Sani Lodge, 85% OF BIRDWATCHERS FIND THE HARPY EAGLE
At Sani, in a regular trip of 4 days you will be able to see around 120 species of the 550 existing in the area. And this number might vary enormously for avid birdwatchers, reaching 250 different species in a 5 day tour.
Cocha Antshrike (Thamnophilus praecox) is a specie of bird in the family Thamnophilidae. It is endemic of Ecuador. Its natural habitat are subtropical or tropical swamps. It is threatened by the loss of its habitat.
In addition to the many reasons why people choose Sani Lodge, we consider extremely important to mention the fact that several lodges in the Amazon have as an employment policy NO HIRE WOMEN. Also, in the local communities the jobs for women are very limited.
However, for Sani Lodge, each local person is part of the community. Sani Lodge has SANI WARMI project, the women can work inside the lodge as well, that benefits to the indigenous women to be included in the workplace community.