A network of tributaries stem from Cuyabeno’s Rio Aguarico and Rio Cuyabeno and parades of wildlife follow the rivers as they flow into the reserve’s 14 lagoons. Watch out for giant armadillos, freshwater dolphins, tapirs, monkeys, land tortoises and parrots. The flora blooms and thrives from joltingly colorful fruits and splashy flowers to enormous green leaves and fronds. The park also encloses the homelands of various Indigenous communities, such as the Siona, Secoya and Shuar.
“Dracaena Lodge is definitely the place to go. We had the most incredible 5 days” Toneya
Our guides were absolutely great. They were extremely knowledgeable of the jungle flora and fauna and were great “teachers”. They made the experience very interesting and educational. We learned so much about the indigenous tribal cultures, the birds, snakes, monkeys, animals, insects, fresh water dolphins, fish, etc
“The rooms are amazing. Really cute huts with hammocks and super comfortable beds with mosquito nets. The activities are awesome as well including night jungle walk, boat tours hunting for crocodiles, and piraña fishing. I never wanted to leave. Everything about this place is so amazing, you have to go!” kaykay