Amazon Rainforest Lodges RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE!
Hakuna Matata Lodge
Hakuna Matata is a private 150-hectare lodge located on the shore of the Inchillaqui River close to the town of Tena.
Their adventure package offers a unique and different rainforest experience to any other – including horse-back riding, jungle trek and a memorable day white-water rafting – perfect for travellers seeking a diverse and active trip!
Hakuna Matata offers spacious rooms with bathroom, hot water, excellent mattresses and mosquito protection.
The Pangaea serves delicious meals with hygiene and freshness a priority. There is also a bar serving soft drinks, cocktails and beer. A real highlight though is the attractive outdoor swimming pool – perfect for an afternoon soak after a hectic day of activities!
- Cabins: single, double, twin, triple
- Private bathroom: yes
- Showers: yes - hot water
- Mosquito nets: netting surrounds each hut
- Electricity: Yes
- Boots / Rain ponchos: Yes
||You should aim to arrive at the lodge by approx 1pm in time for lunch – so plan your transport accordingly.
The afternoon activity is horse-riding along rivers and through the lush forest. This activity is guided and is suitable for both beginners and experienced riders alike.
Dinner at the lodge.
||An all day guided excursion trekking into the rainforest with a native guide who can explain about the flora and fauna that you encounter as well as some interesting insights into medicinal properties of the plants.
Returning to the lodge there is time to swim in the pool or river before dinner.
||An adrenalin-packed day rafting on the class 3/3+ Jatunyacu, you will drift down both exhilarating white-water rapids as well as calmer stretches where you can appreciate the passing scenery. Again this activity is suitable for beginners or experienced rafters.
||After breakfast it is time for last-minute packing and the return journey to Quito.
|2013 PRICES PER PERSON
(group of 2 or 3 people), $355
(group of 4 or more)
- Accommodation based on twin/double share
- All meals
- Activities as listed in itinerary
- Local English-speaking guide
- Transportation from Quito to/from lodge
- Drinks from the bar
- Tips and other personal expenses
- Single supplement
The tour starts and finishes at the lodge in Tena. It is possible to arrive either in public or private transport (approx 6 hours one way from Quito). Public buses costs approx $6 to Tena from where taxis can take you to the lodge, or ask our sales staff for help and costing of private transport.
Past Clients Feedback
"The trip was simply loads of fun from start to finish. The variety of activities was the real highlight but the lodge itself and the service of the staff there was excellent too." (Jane Ryan, UK)
* All lodge information is correct at time of publishing but subject to change by the lodge owner.