• Sani is 100% community owned, so the money from tourism benefits the local population.

  • Set among more than 42,000 hectares of pristine rainforest.

  • 1,500 species of trees, 550 species of tropical birds, 13 species of monkeys and 1,000 species of beautiful butterflies.

  • More than 80% of people see the rare Harpy Eagle at Sani.

  • Sani Warmi project to boost employment and rights for indigenous women in the Sani project.

  • Comfortable lodges in which to relax after a day (and night) exploring the rainforest.

To our mind it seemed THE best lodge compared to others we saw / heard about as it was small, personal, a bit mad.

The guides were fantastic, knowledgeable and extremely helpful and willing to fit into our priorities. I'll always remember the spur of the moment Woolly Monkey chase as one of the best moments I've spent searching for wildlife.

W. Lewis, Sani Lodge


Sani Lodge Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Early AM flight Quito – Coca, transfer to lodge, afternoon walk, caiman spotting (L,D)

  • Day 2

    Observation tower and afternoon walks, caiman search at night (B,L,D)

  • Day 3

    Parrot clay lick at Yasuni National Park, community visit, night walk (B,L,D)

  • Day 4

    Day hike along the Chorongo Largo trail (B,L,D)

  • Day 5

    Morning activity, afternoon return to Coca and evening flight to Quito (B,L)

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What's Included?

Sani lodge accommodation, native bilingual guide, guided expeditions as listed, meals and water as listed

What's Not Included?

Quito-Coca-Quito flights, Parrot lick fee (USD 50, payable locally), tips, insurance, soft or alcoholic drinks, international flights, personal items and equipment, Quito hotels or transfers.

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