Yarina Lodge
Categories: Superior, Low, $100 to $199, Regular, Medium, Coca & Yasuni
Yarina Lodge
Starting At: $240 USD
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Fitness: Low - Regular
Length: 2 - 5 Days
Places: Coca - Ecuador
Users Rating 5 from 2 ratings

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One of the most affordable lodges in the region of coca, Yarina Lodge is well regarded as primary rainforest where wildlife and exotic nature is found at every turn. The lodges flexible schedule allows guest to enter all 7 days a week.

Yarina Lodge Highlights

Coca in the province of Napo accounts for a high variety of micro habitats, which translates to a higher incidence of animals, insects and reptiles diversity. A one-hour canoe ride down the Napo river will take guests deep into jungle territory before reaching Yarina lodge. Comfortable accommodation ranges from twin/doubles to triple and larger rooms with flexible programs from 2 to 5 days.

Yarina Lodge Details

 

BUS (Quito – Coca – Quito)

Bus terminal: Quitumbe (south)
Travel time: Approximately 8 hours
Bus frequency: Every 2 to 3 hours
Bus fare: Approximately $10 per person
Pick up time: Approx 10:00 am
Luggage restriction: None
Pick up point: Oasis hotel

 

FLIGHT (Quito – Coca – Quito)

Departs from: Quito only
Flight time: 40 minutes
Commercial airlines: Tame
Ticket fare:
$180 (subject to change)
Departure time: Approx 09:15am (subject to change)
Luggage restriction: 20 kilos – 44 pounds
Pick up point: Airport upon arrival

Yarina Lodge Features

Yarina Lodge Features

Saimiri Monkey

Conservation

Conservation projects are part of Yarina´s Lodge core foundation, the lodge is part of an organization with worldwide support by like-minded organizations. Yarina lodge is a project with over 10 years in the making, supporting local communities, protecting the environment and wildlife, all the while providing guests with sustainable programs. Much progress and work development has been implemented with locals, yet the lodge has never lost focus of their commitment to wildlife and nature.

Rescue Center

ARCADIA rescue center is part of the conservation efforts Yarina lodge partakes in. A rescue center where guests will be able to appreciate endangered and other local species in a safe environment, adding to their overall enjoyment of the rainforest discovery

Location & Distance

The Lodge is easily reached with a one-hour canoe ride down Napo river. Guests short on time will appreciate its quick access where they can get started with activities right after lunch. A biological diverse reserve protected by indigenous Quichuas and amazonian locals, all in the upper rainforest.

Flexible Programs

Yarina Lodge offers a significant benefit, diverse and flexible programs that adjust to guest schedules. Most lodges have set departures, at Yarina Lodge activities take place every day of the week. Deep primary rainforest with a week round calendar has proven to be a great alternative for many guests.

Yarina Lodge Itinerary 2017

Monday

Breakfast. After breakfast we will take a small canoe to navigate on the Manduro river until reaching the Sapococha Lagoon. We will walk around the lagoon enjoying the sounds of birds, frogs, monkeys, etc. In addition we will learn about different types of aquatic plants. Return to the lodge to have lunch.

In the afternoon, we will visit the Socali path, characterized for a variety of different jungle lands. This path is used as an introduction trail to learn about the flora and fauna that is possible to find in different types of forest. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Tuesday

After breakfast we will visit the Capibara path. An adventure trail with many swamps. In this trail you will see some palm trees that are impossible to see in other places. Return to the lodge to have lunch.

In the afternoon, without rubber boots and in comfortable dress, (shorts are recommended) the local guides are going to teach us how to use the blowpipe. After this activity we will take a small canoe to enjoy some piranha fishing. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Wednesday

Breakfast. We will wear our rubber boots and jungle dress and take a canoe up river while watching birds, butterflies, orchids and amphibians until we reach the trail “Dos ramas”. We will take a short hike to learn about medicinal plants, birds and animals. Return to the lodge to have lunch.

In the afternoon, we will take the Tucan trail.  path that is characterized by its ease for birdwatching, in the area we have recorded over 350 species of birds. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Thursday

After breakfast we will take the motor boat to go out of the borders of our reserve and visit an indigenous family of the Quichuas del Oriente community. Our guides will talk to you about traditions and costumes of these tribes. Return to the lodge to have lunch.

 In the afternoon, we will walk through the “Guatusos trail”. A new opportunity to learn from our guides the utility of some plants, about birds, insects and animals. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Friday

After breakfast, we will go deep inside in the jungle until we reach a small river surrounded by stones, sand, clay and other elements. In this place the guides will show us the techniques and instruments to make protractors baskets heavy objects with the resources of the Amazon.

In the afternoon, we will visit the Socali path, characterized for a variety of different jungle lands. This path is used as an introduction trail to learn about the flora and fauna that is possible to find in different types of forest. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Saturday

After breakfast we will visit the Capibara path. An adventure trail with many swamps. In this trail you will see some palm trees that are impossible to see in other places. Return to the lodge to have lunch.

In the afternoon, we will take the Tucan trail.  path that is characterized by its ease for birdwatching, in the area we have recorded over 350 species of birds. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Sunday

After breakfast we will take the motor boat to go out of the borders of our reserve and visit an indigenous family of the Quichuas del Oriente community. Our guides will talk you about traditions and costumes of these tribes. Return to the lodge to have lunch.

In the afternoon without rubber boots and in comfortable dress, (shorts are recommended) the local guides are going to teach us how to use the blowpipe. After this activity we will take a small canoe to enjoy some piranha fishing. Return to the lodge to have dinner. Resting time.


Yarina Lodge Rates 2017

INCLUSIONS
 
 
Accommodation
 

All Meals, water & tea

 
All Activities as listed
 
Transportation Coca-Lodge-Coca
 
Native & bilingual guide
 
Use of lodge facilities

EXCLUSIONS
 
 
Round bus (Quito-Coca-Quito), transport (landair)
 
Bar consumptions
 
Private naturalist guide
 
Personal expenses, travel insurance, souvenirs, tipping (guide & staff)
 
Personal items: flashlight, rain poncho
 
Transfer (hotel-airport/bus stop-hotel)

Children Allowed: Yes
Children Minimum Age: None
Considered Child: Under the age of 12

Free Stay: Under 5 years
30% Child Discount: 5 to 11 years
Child Discount Restriction: None / Available All Year

20% initial payment to confirm reservation (Not Refundable).
80% Balance is due 8 days or earlier prior to departure.

The above Terms & Conditions/Policies do not represent to a full extent all the terms & conditions by the Lodge, the most important and relevant clauses have been listed as a guideline, and are enforced by the tour operator to GreenGo Travel as your acting travel agent and subsequently to the end customer. In cases such as the initial percentage of payment required, the amount of days prior to cover the final balance & cancellation fees will be subject to our terms and conditions. A higher/lower initial payment, and additional time may be required to process your reservation.

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