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Sacha Lodge

Sacha Lodge, Amazon, Ecuador

Overlooking the scenic black water Pichicocha Lake, Sacha Lodge is a comfortable and ecologically-aware property with a well-deserved reputation for excellence.

Guests will stay in one of 26 comfortable cabins, each with a private terrace and designed to look as unobtrusive as possible amidst the dense jungle vegetation. All feature high thatched roofs private facilities, ceiling fans and hammocks.

As well as canoe excursions and jungle walks with specialist guides, guests at Sacha Lodge can also enjoy the canopy observation tower, Ecuador’s largest butterfly farm and a 300 metre long canopy walkway that winds through the treetops.

 

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