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Anyone who has ever planned to visit the rainforest has at least once asked: “What animals will I see there?” There is an incredibly high diversity of species found around Sacha Lodge, and we are sure that you will have the opportunity to see many fascinating creatures here.

 

However, the wild is unpredictable and no two visits are ever the same! Monkeys are seen quite frequently, but how many of the 8 species will cross your path? They range in size from the tiny half pound pygmy marmoset to the noisy 17 pound red howler monkey, and night monkeys can be found in groups as small as 2 while squirrel monkeys can travel in groups of more than 150. And besides monkeys, there may be as many as 60 other species of mammals within our reserve (not including up to 50 species of bats)!

 

So keep your eyes open, and maybe you'll spot an anteater, a 3-toed sloth, or even an ocelot as you explore their natural habitat.

 

As for reptiles, be sure to take advantage of our night activities to look for one of Pilchicocha's resident spectacled caimans. Members of the alligator family, caimans are often seen from canoes out on the lake, and sometimes even their babies hide under our dining room!

 

A variety of lizards and snakes can also be found along our trails, if you move quietly and keep your eyes peeled.

 

Several different boas, vine snakes and even the giant anaconda have been seen during many of our excursions.

 

There are a few poisonous snakes as well, but not to worry – they try to stay out of peoples' way and no one has ever been bitten here.

 

Frogs, on the other hand, are much more common to see, from bulgy-eyed tree frogs to camouflaged leaf frogs to tiny colorful poison-dart frogs. So watch your step, day or night!

 

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  • Rates dont include 12 % ecuadorian IVA and 10 % services charge - when apply
  • The itineraries are subject to change without previous notice depending on weather conditions, client’s requirements or if our guides feel that it would improve the quality of services.
Includes
  • programed excursions
  • a native naturalistic guide
  • an english speaking guide
  • pure water to drink all time
  • three meals per day during the tour
  • we supply rubber boots up to size 43
Don´t include
  • National Park Fees
  • bar bills - tips for the staff
  • personal jungle equipment
  • rubber boots (size 44 upwards)
  • 12% VAT for Ecuadorians passengers
  • transportation Quito and back to Quito
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WHAT TO BRING ?

- Cotton shirts - Sweater   - Water Canteen - Original Passport
- Shorts, 2 or more  - Sun block - Insect repellent - Torch (flashlight)
- T- Shirts, 3 or more - Sunglasses   - Binoculars - Cotton socks
- Long trousers, 2 or more - Toiletries  - High speed film - Book and notebook
- Comfortable walking sandal

- Money

- Bathing suit

- Small backpack (waterproof)

- Cotton underwear - Hat or cap   - Prescription medicines and small first aid kit

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