About Yarina Lodge

The rainforest is a beautiful but fragile ecosystem in our world, and we all have to play a part in protecting it against deforestation and contamination. Yarina Lodge was founded on this principle, and they share this passion for conservation with all of their guests. As part of the Yuturi Conservation Group, guides strive to teach visitors the importance of the rainforest, and since their inauguration more than a decade ago, they have also become one of Ecuador's best Amazon animal rescue centers.

While you're here, you will enjoy a variety of exciting activities that let you learn about this virgin jungle in the most hands-on way. In addition to participating in responsible tourism, you will have a chance to do truly unique activities, like using a blowgun, having a shamanic experience, and racing down the Manduro and Napo Rivers. Of course, there's a lot of other exciting activities too:

  • Bird watching
  • Fishing for piranhas
  • Night hikes & canoeing
  • Forest hikes
  • Visiting an indigenous community
  • Looking for caimans
  • Visiting the Arcadia Rescue Center

Yarina Lodge Features


Tourist Class

The expansive lodge has 20 separate huts with accommodations for singles, doubles, triples, or even quadruples. In the rooms, you will find beds with mosquito nets, full private bathrooms with hot running water and showers, and scheduled electricity to help charge your cameras and other equipment.

There is also a riverfront cabin that hosts the restaurant, bar, and lounge. Here, you can enjoy a diverse menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The dining room staff can also accommodate a vegetarian option.

Yarina Lodge prices per person:

Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Number of daysAccommodation
2 days / 1 nightsUS$ 240
3 days / 2 nightsUS$ 370
4 days / 3 nightsUS$ 460
5 days / 4 nightsUS$ 550

** Airfare and entrance fee subject to increase without previous notice.
** Single Supplement 50%


  • A native, naturalist bilingual guide
  • Three daily meals
  • Programs & excursions
  • Drinking water for all the meals and on the hikes
  • Rubber boots (up to size 43)
  • Transportation Coca - Yarina - Coca;
  • Accommodation in multiples cabins


  • Transportation Quito - Coca - Quito
  • Rain coat, flashlight, hiking boots (size 43+)
  • Any other jungle equipment you need
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Extra food