Description of Glamping Units
There are three styles of cabins available to rent. Each cabin sleeps up to four guests with a double bed and a bunk bed. The Mono Aullador and Madriguera Familiar cabins feature a private bathroom without a shower, whereas Caña Guadua has a shared bathroom. Communal showers are centrally located to the cabins. Unlike the other cabins, Madriguera Familiar includes a balcony and a deck.
The prices listed are based on double occupancy except for Madriguera Familiar, which can only be booked for four guests. Read More
- Double bed
- Linens provided
Guided excursions can be requested at the front desk. Guests can rent canoes and play on the ping-pong table, the soccer field, and use the volleyball net. There is a lookout tower for bird watching as well.
- Airport transfer
Location + Surroundings
Nestled between the beach and mountains, this northwestern Ecuadorian glamping site rests along the Cuasa river bordering the Mache Chindul Ecological Preserve. This tropical rainforest is home to a variety of birds and animals, where guests come to admire the abundance of beautiful creatures and stunning waterfalls under the lush green trees. Read More
- Bird watching
- Whale watching
Residing next to a tropical rainforest with both beach and mountains nearby, the number of activities suitable for the whole family are endless. Inside the rainforest, waterfalls, and 360 different species of birds await. Glampers will find the river conveniently located for cooling off and going for a swim. Another option is the beach, whether to take a dip, go surfing, parasailing, kayaking, or even fishing. An excursion to the lovely Heart Island (Isla Corazón) means paddling through mangrove tunnels while taking note of the unique flora and fauna. Chocolate and cheese lovers must not miss the option to learn how to prepare both delicacies from scratch. Another workshop involves learning to how make exotic floral arrangements from the surrounding exotic flowers.