Yachana Lodge Accommodation
These eco-friendly cabins are nestled above the Napo River and within the Lodge’s own 2500-acre nature reserve.
14 comfortable and tranquil cabins are tucked within a lush landscape of Heliconias, Strangler Vines, Bromeliads, Kapok treeand a myriad of other native plants.
All rooms have large porches with hammocks, hardwood floors, private bathrooms with hot water and the furniture, doors and flooring has been fabricated from native woods and handmadelocally by the Yachana Foundation.
Choose from one of two types of accommodations:
Jungle View rooms that are facing the Napo River and mountains to the southwest or River View cabins perfect for catching the morning sunlight, lush foliage and easier access for mobility limited guests.
The goal of the Yachana Lodge is to provide a place where their guests can enjoy the unique aspects of the Amazon Basin’s nature with the maximum comfort and sustainability during a stay at the lodge.
Dining & Bar
Our double octagonal thatch roofed dining pavilion was built to be in harmony with the natural contours of the jungle offering beautiful 360° river and jungles views while dining or socializing.
What an inviting location to meet fellow guests for a beverage, discuss the days activities and of course enjoy the outstanding cuisine offered and recognized as being top-quality and an inspiring dining experience in the Amazon jungle.
In the Kitchen
- Menus promote using “slow food” ingredients or “bought locally”
- Meals are prepared using organic ingredients as much as possible
- Recognized “Lost Foods of the Amazon” culinary program
- Food typical to the areas served at every meal
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner daily
- Special considerations for dietary needs and allergies
“The food cooked in the kitchen was the best we had during the whole journey, Galapagos included!”
27 February 2015
“To my delightful surprise, the staff and amazing chef Ephraim made me feel completely comfortable and at home by preparing delicious vegan meals for me the entire week of my stay.”
5 January 2015