Itamandi Lodge

Explore the Amazon rainforest at Itamandi Lodge . . .

Itamandi Lodge (photos above) is an ecotourism lodge in the Napo region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. .
It is located in the secondary jungle at the banks of Rio Arajuno only 4 hours away by car and canoe from Quito.

The lodge offers sustainable- and eco-tourism, and they rely on clean energy to fuel the site.
They keep sustainability close to their heart and have recycled as many materials as possible. Moreover, the two-story cabañas are inspired by nature’s design.
From the balcony of their rooms guests can relax in a hammock and enjoy and observe different types of animals such as hummingbirds and colorful butterflies.

Highlights . . .

  • Cultural visit to a Kichwa community
  • Educational treks through primary forest
  • Night walks
  • Visit the parrot clay lick
  • Bird watching
  • Take part in traditional shamanic cleansing ritual.
  • Float down the Arajuno River on tubes
  • Produce artisanal chocolate
  • Visit the scientific research station of Jatun Sacha
"The week at Itamandi far exceeded my expectations with its comfort and sense of luxury. It is fairly accessible too which was a big plus as we did not want to venture too far off the beaten track. But we learned a huge amount about the Amazon - it's people and the wonderful diversity - a week to cherish!"

At Itamandi Lodge to be able to fully indulge in the experience, there is no Wi-Fi connection available.
Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, all inclusive in the price.