La Selva Jungle Lodge|Ecuador, Amazon Jungle- Link Share this:


Winner of the Ecotourism Award from the World Congress on Tourism and the Environment, La Selva Amazon Ecolodge sits high on Lake Garzacocha. The spacious airy cabanas are inspired by native bamboo designs, and the food is the pride of the lodge. La Selva provides lodging in a paradise where anything is possible and where the adventures are limitless La Selva Jungle Lodge is a Resort located in a rainforest paradise in one of the most biodiverse areas of the planet. The Lodge - Overlooking the lake, the newly built central lodge and restaurant, is one-of-a-kind. Spot birds and rainforest species as you lounge sipping an exotic cocktail. Dine by candelight while enjoying exquisite cuisine prepared by our gourmet chef. The cabanas are inspired by native bamboo design: authentic, airy and comfortable with unexpected amenities including private bathrooms, hot showers, electricity, ceiling fans, and are immaculately cleaned daily. The cozy private bungalows are made entirely of secondary growth rainforest materials and designed to blend with the surroundings. Each one has a private bathroom, a hammock and mosquito netting for each bed (although you will be surprised at what little need you will have for this item due to the lack of insects). There are 12 thatched cabanas of varying sleeping configurations and several public gathering spots, including the spacious dining room with a rooftop lookout point, an open-air combined bar and a lounge with a wrap-around view of the lake. La Selva is a study in sustainable adventure travel and ecotourism, allowing for a profound interaction with Amazonian wildife and cultural exchange with indigenous communities, deep in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador. We think, when partnered with a Galapagos Islands tour, it is the most unique wildlife experience in all of South America. Situated on Garzacocha Lake, spotting monkeys, hundreds of species of birds, sloths, caymans and butterflies are just a short walk or canoe paddle away. An easy trail close to the hotel is usually filled with wildlife at any hour of the day. A short walk through rainforest will allow you to appreciate the giant kapok tree (Ceiba pentandra) and the Strangler fig tree (Ficus sp), along with thousands of other plant and animal species.


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