Sani Lodge is located on 40,000 hectares (100,000 acres) of untouched rainforest. This unique Ecuadorian ecolodge is a comfortable haven in a place teeming with life. On your adventure, you will walk through pristine rainforest that is home to 1,500 species of trees, hundreds of climbing vines, and exotic flowers.
The Amazon also boasts 550 species of tropical birds, 13 primate species and 1,000 species of beautiful butterflies. 85% of visitors to Sani Lodge see a Harpy eagle! Sani Lodge is locally run, ensuring profits benefit the community. The Lodge helps to improve healthcare, education, & sustainable projects for the surrounding communities.
Additionally, the Lodge offers visitors an authentic cultural experience with the 600 people from the community, allowing guests to learn about and participate in their culture.
Discover medicinal uses for the rainforest’s many plant species, search for impossibly small species of frog and startlingly large insect species. Explore the Yasuni National Park. This 9,620 sq km park is Ecuador’s largest mainland park. Spend time with the Sani women in the kitchen for a special glimpse into their culture and customs. Journey up the Napo River, and learn about some of the challenges that local communities and ecotourism ventures face with the intense pressure that extractive industries place on the Amazon.