CHOCÓ LODGE CANANDÉ

THE LODGE

The ecological hotel is located in the Tropical Rainforest of the Chocó region, Esmeraldas province, in one of the wettest regions of Ecuador with an altitude of 300 m. Thanks to the peace provided by the area, shortly after your arrival, you will feel part of the magical environment full of natural beauty. Regularly you can see 3 species of primates, along with a large number of birds.

FACILITIES AND SERVICESFACILITIES AND SERVICES

  • Hot water
  • Electricity (110 volts)
  • restaurant
  • Pub
  • Store
  • Laundry service with biodegradable products
  • Extensive network of trails and a magnificent observation tower

Accommodation capacity

4 rooms with private bathroom with capacity to accommodate 11 people
Excellent restaurant in the middle of the tropical jungle highlights the lodge's social area
NOTE: These services are available throughout the year for our guests

Biodiversity

In the last forests of the Chocó region we find a great biodiversity of flora and fauna. Thanks to Bird Life International, 62 species of endemic birds of the sector were identified, of which, the Canandé Reserve protects 32 threatened species (many of them are globally threatened or vulnerable). One of them is the Northern Pavón that is about to become extinct in Ecuador

  • Hot water
  • Electricity (110 volts)
  • restaurant
  • Pub
  • Store
  • Laundry service with biodegradable products
  • Extensive network of trails and a magnificent observation tower

Accommodation capacity

4 rooms with private bathroom with capacity to accommodate 11 people
Excellent restaurant in the middle of the tropical jungle highlights the lodge's social area
NOTE: These services are available throughout the year for our guests

Biodiversity

In the last forests of the Chocó region we find a great biodiversity of flora and fauna. Thanks to Bird Life International, 62 species of endemic birds of the sector were identified, of which, the Canandé Reserve protects 32 threatened species (many of them are globally threatened or vulnerable). One of them is the Northern Pavón that is about to become extinct in Ecuador