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Located just outside the Yasuní National Park and within the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve, La Selva Lodge is perfect for all sorts of adventurous travelers. A luxury resort in the heart of the rainforest, everyone will find something to love!
One of the first Amazon rainforest lodges in Ecuador, the award winning La Selva was completely remodeled and reopened in July of 2012 and has since become the premier eco lodge in the Ecuadorian Amazon. La Selva Jungle Lodge and resort is located in a rainforest paradise in one of the most biodiverse areas of the planet.
At La Selva, your day is centered on our excursions, in which you and your group, accompanied by an English-speaking naturalist guide, explore the lagoon and the trails around the lodge.
These excursions are included in the price of your stay. There are literally thousands of plants and animals that you can see near the lodge and lagoon! Our guests regularly see parrots, monkeys, toucans, caimans, frogs and much, much more.
Birdwatching is exceptional at La Selva. Located in the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve, the area around our lodge has been shown by ornithological studies to contain more species of birds than any other region in Ecuador, and more than both the entire USA and Canada combined.
Birdwatchers come from all over the world to see tanagers, parrots, toucans, parakeets, woodpeckers, hoatzins and countless other species. Special birdwatching tours are available.
At La Selva, we believe in responsible eco-tourism and mutually beneficial relationships with local communities. Our guests have the unique opportunity to interact with local wildlife as well as local people in a responsible, sustainable way.
Combination Tours: Combining a trip to La Selva with a visit to the legendary Galapagos Islands results in a truly unique and extraordinary wildlife tour. Contact our representatives to combine your rainforest tour with a trip to Galapagos, Machu Picchu, the native markets of Ecuador or other adventure!
Overlooking the glassy waters of Lake Garzacocha, our new main lodge and restaurant is our guests’ favorite spot. You can watch birds and other wildlife as you sip a cocktail from our fully stocked bar in comfort, or climb a few steps to look for wildlife from our observation tower.
When night falls, you’ll enjoy our fine cuisine in the restaurant, prepared by our famous chefs, as the birds and animals of the Amazon serenade you with their unique song. The breezy, stylish cabanas are inspired by native bamboo designs. Many have hot tubs, rainforest showers and lake views.
The sounds of the rainforest soothe you to sleep at night, and the singing of birds awaken you in the morning. Even though the lodging and level of service offered at La Selva is considerably more luxurious than other lodges in the Ecuadorian Amazon, the price is very competitive, making it an exceptional value.
Fodor’s just named La Selva one of the "World's 15 Best Spas with a View", and was just mentioned in Travel + Leisure's World's Best Awards 2014 Edition of the print magazine.
All times of the year are excellent for visiting the Ecuadorian Amazon since the weather varies only slightly year round. Find out when is the best time for your personal preferences.
La Selva is surrounded by one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet. Right outside of your door you have thousands of exotic species awaiting to be discovered.
Clay licks are an amazing opportunity to see hundreds or even thousands of Parrots and other birds gathered in one spot. The birds congregate here to consume minerals found in the clay.
Get a unique glance inside of Amazonian cultures when you engage with a neighboring Kichwa family on a visit to their home.
Bordering La Selva is an extensive National Park and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with endless wildlife exploration opportunities.
La Selva is "simply one of the world’s best birding sites."
Ned Wheatley, Author of Where to Watch Birds in South America