PACKAGES

To start your jungle experience, contact us today.
 Write us; larstom@gmail.com
  Call us;   From the USA; 011 593 8268 2287
               
  From Ecuador; 08268 2287
© 2007 Arajuno Jungle Lodge

We have a wide range of flexible packages designed to suit you needs:
Click on any package listed below for complete information. Our capacity is 18 guests in our cabins, with a potential additional 12 guests in tents. Our maximum capacity is 30 guests. While we've tried to answer all your questions below, if you want more info, please don't hesitate to contact us:
via email larstom@gmail.com or by phone; from the USA: 011 593 982 682 287. From within Ecuador : 098 268 2287

Deluxe Jungle Adventure: Four Days / Three Nights
Full Jungle Adventure: Three Days / Two Nights
Economic Jungle Adventure: Three Days / Two Nights
Two Days/One night package

Deluxe Jungle & Rafting Adventure: Four Days / Three Nights
Full Jungle & Rafting Adventure: Three Days / Two Nights
Economic Jungle & Rafting Adventure: Three Days / Two Nights

Cultural Tour
Bird Lover's Special

Our Policies & What Is Include
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. Downloadable price sheet in English(.pdf)

. Downloadable price sheet in Spanish(.pdf)

Directions to the Arajuno Jungle Lodge

Reservation requirements: Reservations are confirmed upon receipt of your 50% non-refundable deposit before arrival. The balance must be paid before arrival. Please understand; this is the jungle; there are no ATMs or banks available.

Deluxe Jungle Adventure (4d / 3n): $415 (plus 14% tax)
Day 1: 
15:30 - Arrive
From San Pedro on the Rio Arajuno, travel in canoe to Arajuno Jungle Lodge. Arrive at the lodge for a brief orientation and time to unpack.

18:30 - Dinner
Optional evening hike after dinner.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
08:30 - Breakfast
After breakfast, you will hike into the primary forest and take a dip in the river.

14:00 - Lunch
Back at the lodge, you will enjoy a native-style lunch, called maito, made from locally grown fish wrapped in leaves and slowly smoked over an open fire- a true delicacy. When lunch is over, you will have time to relax or practice the lovely custom of siesta for about an hour. After the siesta, a variety of activities are offered.

18:30 - Dinner

Day 3:
08:30 - Breakfast
After breakfast, you will visit AmaZOOnico, a wildlife rescue center upriver from the lodge.

14:00 - Lunch
After a gourmet lunch, we will float down the river and enjoy some free time.

20:00 - Dinner

Day 4:
08:30 - Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, you can leisurely pack your bags for departure.

Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Full Jungle Adventure (3d / 2n): $350 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1: 
15:30 - Arrive
From San Pedro on the Rio Arajuno, travel in canoe to Arajuno Jungle Lodge. Arrive at the lodge for a brief orientation and time to unpack.

18:00 - Dinner
Optional evening hike after dinner.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
08:30 - Breakfast
After breakfast, you will hike into the primary forest and take a dip in the river.

13:30 - Lunch
Back at the lodge, you will enjoy a native-style lunch, called maito, made from locally grown fish wrapped in leaves, slowly smoked over an open fire- a true delicacy. When lunch is over, we will take a trip to AmaZOOnico, a wildlife refuge upriver from the Lodge.

Day 3:
08:30 - Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, you can leisurely pack your bags for departure.

Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Economic Jungle Adventure (3d / 2n): $200 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1: 
15:30 - Arrive
Your package begins at the Arajuno river bridge about 45 minutes from Tena. From the bridge you will board a 61 foot long canoe to travel up river a short distance to the lodge. You have time to settle in and rest while enjoying a fantastic view of the Arajuno River. Before dinner, we will take you on a learning walk to view the conservation and sustainable development projects which are supported by the Arajuno visitors.

18:30 - Dinner
Optional evening hike after dinner.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
08:30 - Breakfast
After breakfast, you will hike into the primary forest and take a dip in the river.

13:30 - Lunch
Back at the lodge, you will enjoy a native-style lunch, called maito, made from locally grown fish wrapped in leaves and slowly smoked over an open fire- a true delicacy. When lunch is over, you will have time to relax or practice the lovely custom of siesta for about an hour. After the siesta, a variety of optional activities are offered.

Day 3:
08:30 - Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, you can leisurely pack your bags for departure.

Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Two Days/One night package(2d / 1n): $165 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1: 
15:30- Arrive
Your package begins at the Arajuno river bridge about 45 minutes from Tena. From the bridge you travel up river a short distance to the lodge. You have time to settle in and rest while enjoying a fantastic view of the Arajuno River. Before dinner, we will take you on a learning walk to view the conservation and sustainable development projects which are supported by the Arajuno visitors.

19:00 Dinner
After dinner you may select an optional night walk activity. We will be bug hunting, frog watching and if we are lucky enough some reptiles might be seen.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
8:00-Breakfast.

9:00- Amazoonico
After breakfast a canoe will take you upriver to the Animal Rescue Center called "Amazoonico". You will see a wide variety of monkeys, macaws, ocelots, capybara, toucans, parrots and much more.

13:00- Return from Amazoonico
Back at the ARAJUNO JUNGLE LODGE for a delicious lunch and maybe a short siesta in a hamock.

14:00- Wrap Up
A canoe will take you from the lodge back to the bridge. End of package
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Deluxe Jungle & Rafting Adventure (4d / 3n): $470 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1: 
15:30 - Arrive
Your package begins at the Arajuno river bridge about 45 minutes from Tena. From the bridge you travel up river via canoe a short distance to the lodge. You have time to settle in and rest while enjoying a fantastic view of the Arajuno River. Before dinner, we will take you on a learning walk to view the conservation and sustainable development projects which are supported by the Arajuno visitors.

19:00 - Dinner
After dinner, you may select an optional night-walk activity. We will be bug hunting, frog watching and, if we are lucky enough, some reptiles might be seen.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
08:00 - Breakfast
After a scrumptious breakfast, prepare yourself for immersion into the fascinating Primary Rainforest. Along the trail, our expert naturalists will teach you about the ecology and provide stories about the primary rainforest. You will observe a great variety of insects, a diversity of birds flying around us and, with some luck, other animal species such as sloths and reptiles. While walking through crystal creeks you will have the opportunity to find several aquatic species such as fish, fresh water shrimp, crabs and more. Our goal on this walk is to reach the "Twin Towers," a pair of the oldest and largest trees in the primary rainforest.

13:30 - Lunch
Back at the lodge, you will enjoy a native-style lunch, called maito, made from locally grown fish wrapped in leaves and slowly smoked over an open fire- a true delicacy. When lunch is over, you will have time to relax or practice the lovely custom of siesta for about an hour. After the siesta, a variety of optional activities are offered such as fishing, swimming on the Arajuno River, or playing with our kayaks.

19:00 - Dinner
You will receive another gourmet treat from our chef and then, if you are up for it, you can experience a breathtaking launch from our 30-foot tree-mounted swing at dark!

Day 3:
For bird lovers, a bird watching activity is offered early in the morning before breakfast.

08:00 - Breakfast
After our delicious breakfast, we will take a short walk back to the main road where a native community is located. While walking, our naturalists will explain the differences between primary rainforest and secondary rainforest. We will also have an opportunity to see how locals practice agriculture. Then we will take a local bus for a 20-minute ride to a place called Puerto Baranjilla, where a canoe will take us to the Animal Rescue Center called “Amazoonico.” You will see a wide variety of monkeys, macaws, ocelots, capybara, toucans, parrots and much more.

13:00 - Lunch
Enjoy a relaxed picnic lunch on the beach and maybe some swimming before we begin our journey back to the Arajuno Lodge.

19:00 - Dinner
After dinner, a bonfire on the beach awaits you for a night of laughing and singing.

Day 4:
06:00 - Breakfast

07:00 - Departure
We say good bye to the Arajuno Jungle Lodge after an early morning breakfast. You will travel back to Tena, then on to another part of the jungle for the start of your rafting adventure on the Upper Napo River, also known as the Jatuyacu River, which means “Big Water” in Quichua. BIG is probably the best word to describe this river: Big waves and tons of fun! This jungle river shows no signs of contamination as it flows from the Llanganates National Park – an extremely rugged and uninhabited mountain range believed by some to be the hiding place of Inca gold.
Before launching into the river, you will receive a brief explanation about the trip and important safety measures that must be considered. Arranged through Rios Ecuador, this amazing journey for beginner and expert rafters alike is the perfect combination of exciting rapids and calm natural pools, not to mention the wonderful surrounding jungle scenery. The Napo River, one of the principal tributaries of the great Amazon River, is a must when visiting our lodge! No rafting experience is necessary to enjoy this ride.

12:00 - Lunch
You will have a freshly prepared picnic lunch on the river bank, and then continue down river.

16:00 - End of Float and Return to Tena
We will drive back to the city of Tena after a day of great adventure filled with adrenaline and excitement.


Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Full Jungle & Rafting Adventure (3d / 2n): $415 (plus 14% tax)
Day 1:
15:30 - Arrive
Your package begins at the Arajuno river bridge about 45 minutes from Tena. From the bridge you travel up river via canoe a short distance to the lodge. You have time to settle in and rest while enjoying a fantastic view of the Arajuno River. Before dinner, we will take you on a learning walk to view the conservation and sustainable development projects which are supported by the Arajuno visitors.

19:00 - Dinner
After dinner, you may select an optional night-walk activity. We will be bug hunting, frog watching and if we are lucky enough, some reptiles might be seen.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
08:00 - Breakfast
After our delicious breakfast, we will take a short walk back to the main road where a native community is located. While walking, our naturalists will explain the differences between primary rainforest and secondary rainforest. We will also have an opportunity to see how locals practice agriculture.

We will take a local bus for about 20 minutes to a place called Puerto Baranjilla where a canoe will take us to the Animal Rescue Center called “Amazoonico.” You will see a wide variety of monkeys, macaws, ocelots, capybara, toucans, parrots and much more.

13:00 - Lunch
After a scrumptious lunch, you will return to the lodge and begin your immersion into the fascinating Primary Rainforest. Along the trail, our expert naturalist teaches you ecology and stories about the primary rainforest. You will observe a great variety of insects, a diversity of birds flying around us, and with some luck, other animal species such as sloths and reptiles. While walking through crystal creeks, you will have the opportunity to find several aquatic species such as fish, fresh water shrimp, crabs and more. Our goal on this walk is to reach the "Twin Towers" a pair of the oldest and largest trees in the primary rainforest.

19:00 - Dinner
After dinner, a bonfire on the beach awaits you for a night of laughing and singing.

Day 3:
06:00 - Breakfast

07:00 - Departure
We say good bye to the Arajuno Jungle Lodge after an early morning breakfast. You will travel back to Tena, then on to another part of the jungle for the start of your rafting adventure on the Upper Napo River, also known as the Jatun Yacu River, which means “Big Water” in Quichua. BIG is probably the best word to describe this river: Big waves and tons of fun! This jungle river shows no signs of contamination as it flows from the Llanganates National Park – an extremely rugged and uninhabited mountain range believed by some to be the hiding place of Inca gold.
Before launching into the river, you will receive a brief explanation about the trip and important safety measures that must be considered; then be ready to start your adventure. Arranged through Rios Ecuador, this amazing journey for beginner and expert rafters alike is the perfect combination of exciting rapids and calm natural pools, not to mention the wonderful surrounding jungle scenery. The Napo River, one of the principal tributaries of the great Amazon River, is a must when visiting our lodge! No rafting experience is necessary to enjoy this ride.

12:00 - Lunch
You will have a freshly prepared picnic lunch on the river bank, and then continue on down river.

16:00 - End of Float and Return to Tena
We will drive back to the city of Tena after a day of great adventure filled with adrenaline and excitement.

Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Economic Jungle & Rafting Adventure (3d / 2n): $270 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1 :
15:30 - Arrive at Rio Arajuno Bridge
From the bridge over the Rio Arajuno, you will travel in a 61-foot wooden canoe up river a short distance to the lodge. Upon arrival, a delicious juice made from local fruits and home made cookies prepared by our expert chef await you. Afterwards, you have time to settle in and rest while enjoying a fantastic view of the Arajuno River. Before dinner, we will take you on a learning walk to view the conservation and sustainable development projects which are supported by the Arajuno visitors.

19:00 - Dinner
After dinner, you may select an optional night-walk activity. We will be bug hunting, frog watching and, if we are lucky enough, some reptiles might be seen.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
08:00 - Breakfast
After a scrumptious breakfast, prepare yourself for immersion into the fascinating Primary Rainforest. Along the trail, our expert naturalists will teach you the ecology and stories about the primary rainforest. You will observe a great variety of insects, a diversity of birds, and with some luck, other animal species such as sloths and reptiles. While walking through crystal creeks, you will have the opportunity to find several aquatic species such as fish, fresh water shrimp, crabs and more. Our goal on this walk is to reach the “Twin Towers,” a pair of the oldest and largest trees in the primary rainforest.

13:30 - Lunch
Back at the lodge, you will enjoy a native-style lunch, called maito, made from locally grown fish wrapped in leaves and slowly smoked over an open fire- a true delicacy. When lunch is over, you will have time to relax or practice the lovely custom of siesta for about an hour. After the siesta, a variety of optional activities are offered such as fishing, swimming on the Arajuno River, or playing with our kayaks.

19:00 - Dinner
You will receive another gourmet treat from our chef and then, if you are up for it, you can experience a breath taking launch from our 30-foot tree-mounted swing at dark.

Day 3:
06:00 - Breakfast

07:00 - Departure
We say good bye to the Arajuno Jungle Lodge after an early morning breakfast. You will travel back to Tena, then on to another part of the jungle to begin your rafting adventure on the Upper Napo River, also known as the Jatun Yacu River, which means “Big Water” in Quichua. BIG is probably the best word to describe this river: Big waves and tons of fun! This jungle river shows no signs of contamination as it flows from the Llanganates National Park – an extremely rugged and uninhabited mountain range believed by some to be the hiding place of Inca gold.
Before launching into the river, you will receive a brief explanation about the trip and important safety measures that must be considered; then be ready to start your adventure. Arranged through Rios Ecuador, this amazing journey for beginner and expert rafters alike is the perfect combination of exciting rapids and calm natural pools, not to mention the wonderful surrounding jungle scenery. The Napo River, one of the principal tributaries of the great Amazon River, is a must when visiting our lodge! No rafting experience is necessary to enjoy this ride.

12:00 - Lunch
You will have a freshly prepared picnic lunch on the river bank, and then continue on down river.

16:00 - End of float and return to Tena
We will drive back to the city of Tena after a day of great adventure filled with adrenaline and excitement.

Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Cultural Tour (4d/3n): $450 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1:
15:30 -
Arrive to the Arajuno River bridge
You package begins with a short canoe ride up the Arajuno river to Arajuno Jungle Lodge. You are welcomed by the owner with a delicious snack and healthy jungle tea. After getting installed into your cabin, you will have time to relax or swim in the river before taking a short orientation hike and talk about the nature of the local Kichwa indigenous lifestyles and their interaction with nature as well as some of the sustainable development and conservation projects we are working on.


19:00 Dinner
After dinner you can sit around the campfire and listen to an elderly Kichwa woman telling tales and singing songs in her native language, with a translator, before settling into your cabin for a good hot shower and sleep.

Day 2
06:00 - Early morning campfire, guayusa tea and more Kichwa tales.

08:00- Breakfast

09:00 -Community visit
We will motor up river to visit a native Kichwa community. There you have the opportunity to participate in native dances with the village children, taste the many flavors of authentic jungle food all of which you have probably never seen or heard of before. You will learn to make your own chocolate, participate in an authentic shamanic cleansing ceremony, practice the art of spear chucking and launching darts through a real blowgun. The native women will share their skills in jungle food preparation and well as making handicrafts from materials found only in the jungle.

13:30 – Lunch
After lunch you are free to relax or explore the self-guided trails near your cabin, go swimming as well as go tubing, a relaxing float down the river back to the lodge.

19:00 – Dinner

Day 3
06:00 - Early morning campfire, guayusa tea and more Kichwa tales

08:00 – Breakfast

09:00 – Primary forest hike.
This hike gives you the opportunity to learn more about the interaction between local native populations, the natural resources they rely on, the crops and medicinal plants they cultivate to maintain a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. You lean the difference between secondary and primary forest as well as the basic elements of a native “chakra” or garden, how it is prepared, planted and harvested.

13:00 - lunch

14:00 –
We take you on a canoe ride down river all the way down to the mouth of the Arajuno river where it enters into the Napo river, a major tributary to the Amazon river. Included in this outing is a visit to the Amazoonico, an animal rescue project where you can see a wide variety of animals at various stages of rehabilitation to return them to the wild. Amongst these animals are several species of parrots, parakeets, macaws and other birds as well as Caimans, wild pigs, anacondas, tapirs, turtles, monkeys and more. From Amazoonico we will venture to another location where, with any luck at all, we will see wild Hoatzins along a lagoon on an island near the Napo River.

19:00 – dinner

Day 4
9 am – Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, you will take a short canoe ride back to the Arajuno river bridge to continue your journey to wherever you are going.
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Bird Lovers Special (4d/3n): $380 (plus 14% tax)

Day 1:
15:30 - Arrive at port of Misahaulli
The adventure begins in the early afternoon upon your arrival to the small river port of Misahualli, located about an hour southeast of Tena at the confluence of the Misahualli and Napo rivers. There you will be received by a member of the AJL staff. Then you will travel in motorized canoe down the Napo River to the mouth of the Arajuno River. Your canoe then takes you up the Arajuno River until you arrive at AJL mid- to late afternoon. You will be welcomed with a delicious fruit punch, an orientation and a short hike to catch the evening birds.

19:00 - Dinner
Following a delicious meal, depending on the weather, we will light a bonfire on the beach or take a night hike into the jungle to see what birds and other creatures we might find out there.

22:00- Evening
As your day winds down, you can choose to sit around the dining hall, conversing over a class of wine while watching the river flow by, or take that class of wine to the top of the birding tower and enjoy the stars. Or sit out in one of the hamocks on the bluff overlooking the river and listen to the night sounds of the jungle. At your call, turn in for the night to your cabin for a good night's sleep in a clean, comfortable bed.

Day 2:
06:00 - Morning Coffee or Tea
We will rise and shine early for coffee or tea to get you going for the early morning bird watch. Morning birding is best between 6:30-8:30 a.m. You can make your sightings either comfortably perched on top of our riverside observation tower or by a short easy walk along the river in our agro-forestry zone near the cabins.

09:00 - Breakfast
After breakfast, we venture into the primary forest to visit the home of the “Screaming Piha,” a rather inconspicuous bird but very vocal. This piha has one of the best known and most powerful voices of any bird in the Amazon basin, but nonetheless is often a frustrating bird to see, even when one is calling right in front of you! It is almost always found at one of the many huge trees in the area. The remainder of the morning will be spent looking for the secretive birds of the primary forest. We will probably hear many more birds than see. During the hike, we will arrive at a small clean river where we will play, swim and watch the beautiful metallic blue “morpho” butterflies pass by
.

13:30 - Lunch
Returning to the lodge mid-afternoon, you will enjoy an exquisite meal of local fish prepared native-style, wrapped in leaves and slowly cooked and smoked over over a smoldering fire, along with an assortment of veggies. After lunch you will be free to relax or explore the self-guided trails near your cabin. The birding picks up again around 4:30 p.m. and lasts until 6:30 p.m. In late afternoon, the observation tower is very popular for evening birding and, of course, a nice glass of wine while watching the sunset.

19:00 - Dinner
After dinner, its back to the night birds or just relaxing as you please.

Day 3:
06:00 - Morning Coffee and Tea
Once again, you begin with a good cup of coffee or tea to begin the morning bird watch and catching any species we missed the morning before.

07:00 - Float and Breakfast
We will begin with a comfortable float down the lazy Arajuno River to the Napo River. Breakfast is served while floating down the river. This float is planned specifically to observe bird species along the river and adjacent riparian zone of the Arajuno River and the much larger Napo River. Included on this float, near the mouth of the Arajuno River, we will visit a unique native museum and AmaZOOnico, an animal rescue project where we will talk birds with the staff. Later, we will motor back up river and return to the Lodge.

02:00 - Lunch

19:00 - Dinner
Dinner is served at 7 pm.

Day 4:
06:00 - Morning Coffee and Tea
The final day we will take one last shot at the morning birds between 6 and 8:30 a.m.

09:00 - Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, you can take your time preparing your gear and relaxing until it is time to float a short distance down to the bridge over the Arajuno River. From here, you will continue your journey to wherever you are going.

Additional days maybe arranged in advance at the rate of $25 per person per night in cabins, $10 per night in tents, $12 per additional meal per person.
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Our Policies and What is Included:
Our packages and prices are subject to change without notice.
A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your package.

If you have questions beyond what we've included here, please contact me (Tom Larson)today; larstom@gmail.com or give me a call; from the USA : 011 593 982 682 287 From within Ecuador : 098 268 2287

Payment:
To Pay By Check:
. If you want to sent a check to our bank in the USA, make your check out to Thomas Larson, and send it to:

           US Bank
           Attention: Mike Ternus
          
100 N 56th St
          Lincoln, NE 68504 USA

           Please write on the back of check “for deposit only in the checking account of Thomas Larson”
           
           


To Pay using your Pay Pal account.

.Go to www.paypal.com
Select "send money"
Use our email address : larstom@gmail.com

Please note: There is an additional 3% service charge using paypal.

If you are already in Ecuador and you want to deposit your payment in our Banco de Pichincha saving account, please contact me via e-mail for instructions.


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• Prices are based on a minimum of two people.

What is Included in Each Package Above:
Included:
.
Lodging in cabins with hot water and solar electricity 24 hours a day.
. National and International cuisine.
,
Professional bilingual guide. (English & Spanish)
. Canoe transport from the Rio Arajuno bridge to the lodge and return to bridge.
. Entrance fees to reserves.
. All activities described in packages
. Use of canoes and kayaks.
. Filtered drinking water.
. Rubber boots

Not Included:
. Transportation to and from Tena.
. Alcoholic beverages
. Personal hygene items
. Tips
.
Ecuador Sales tax 12%
. 3% additional service charge if paying by Paypal payments

Location: Napo province on the bank of the Arajuno River adjacent to Jatun Sacha Reserve. Arajuno Jungle Lodge has 88 hectares, the majority being primary forest.
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