URRACA LODGE - JORUPE

URRACA LODGE - JORUPE RESERVE

Urraca Lodge is located in the Jorupe Reserve a few kilometers northeast of the city of Macará, near the border between Ecuador and Peru at 500 m above sea level. Its construction was made in wooded land, surrounded by giant kapok trees (or ceiba), its infrastructure was designed especially for your relaxation and comfort, since it has acclimated and bright rooms from where you can see several species of fauna and flora; This includes a large number of dry forest species threatened worldwide, such as the Henna-hooded foliage collector.

FACILITIES AND SERVICES

  • Hot water
  • Electricity (110 volts)
  • restaurant
  • Pub
  • Store
  • Laundry service with biodegradable products
  • Extensive network of easily accessible trails.

Accommodation capacity

  • 6 beautiful independent cabins with private bathrooms
  • General accommodation capacity of 12 people.

Activities and Biodiversity

Urraca Lodge is a strategic point to observe birds from the dry forests of Tumbes, in an area characterized by the special charm of giant Ceiba trees.

NOTE: You can move to the Utuana Reserve that also belongs to Jocotoco.

WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING PATHS:

Path 1 travels through a remnant of dry forest typical of the Tumbes region, where the colossal Ceiba trees predominate.

Path 2 has a huge Ceiba tree known as Goblin's House, due to its unusual silhouette.

Path 3 is covered by Ceiba trees, which makes it ideal for mountain biking. You can see a special Ceiba tree called Ceiba Macho tree because of its unusual and unique shape.