La Selva

Located in pristine Amazon jungle of Ecuador we are a veryLa Selva Amazon Ecolodge is located in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest just off the Napo River, which eventually flows eastward and joins the mighty Amazon on its way to the Atlantic Ocean. The lodge is within the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve and next to the Yasuní National Park.

This region is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth, home to literally millions of species of plants, animals, birds and insects. There are no roads to get to the lodge and the nearest city is Coca (Francisco de Orellana). From here, the best way to get to the lodge is by a two hour motorized canoe ride down the Napo River. Explorers will travel down river aboard a locally crafted canoe, experiencing a typical ride to the lodge just like the locals. On the way travelers will be able to see the first glimpses of the Amazon rainforest and you can appreciate the houses and way of living of the local people as they go on about their daily routines by the riverside.

La Selva Lodge Facilities

La Selva Jungle Eco Lodge is reflective of native design: rustic, authentic and comfortable. Our jungle lodge can be described as private bungalows that are cozy and immaculately clean.
The bungalows at La Selva Amazon Jungle Lodge are entirely made of secondary, rainforest materials and are designed to blend with Ecuador's Jungle. It is most of all a friendly place.
Each bungalow has a private bathroom, a hammock and a mosquito net for each bed.
You will be pleasantly surprised by the unexpected amenities such as, hot water showers and electricity.   As well, everything at the lodge is sanitary beyond your wildest expectations.
La Selva Amazon Jungle Lodge is comprised of 18 thatched-roofed bungalows with many different sleeping configurations, a spacious but cozy bar with a wrap-around view of our gorgeous lake, and a grand dining room, with a cone-shaped gigantic, thatched roof.
You can sneak a siesta (Spanish for nap) in the hammock hut, or just spend some time relaxing on your own private hammock, reviewing the day's photos from your digital camera.