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I found myself with an extra day in Quito between trips to the Galapagos and Amazon regions, and a friend recommended I spend it on a birding tour with Bellavista. We took the Nono Road tour, stopping at Yanacocha Reserve for breakfast and then at...More
We stayed for 2 nights here and had a magical time watching humming birds and colourful toucans. The staff are fun and relaxed and very happy to help you make the most of your stay. Not just birds but the elusive evening weasel visitor too....More
Set high up in the cloud forest, remote, yet has everything you could want from an astonishing array of wildlife, to great food, good service, excellent guided walks, and lovely staff. We were lucky enough to have 2 guided walks with Richard the owner it...More
Bellavista cloud forest is a well known destination for avid birdwatchers.
With a good number of well maintained trails and different difficulty levels, you shall have a wonderful connection with the forest and its inhabitants.
the numerous feeders attract several species of hummingbirds allowing visitors...More
Have you ever had a hummingbird land on your hand? Have you ever walked in a Cloud Forest and seen a Dragon's Blood tree? How about a worm that's 4 ft long? Our experience at Bellavista was wonderful. All of the guides were extremely knowledgeable...More
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US$251 - US$288 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There are some flat trails too and around the lodge itself lots of birds and wildlife to see so as long as you take it easy should be fine. while out there we saw a lady carrying her own oxygen at even above 4000m so as long... More
There are some flat trails too and around the lodge itself lots of birds and wildlife to see so as long as you take it easy should be fine. while out there we saw a lady carrying her own oxygen at even above 4000m so as long as you plan and don't rush everywhere, I think you should be able to manage. Good luck it is worth it.
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there are different roads to access to the lodge, but all of them are dirt roads prone to be affected by landslides. February is the middle of the rainy season, so if you plan to use a small car like a Spark, you might... More
there are different roads to access to the lodge, but all of them are dirt roads prone to be affected by landslides. February is the middle of the rainy season, so if you plan to use a small car like a Spark, you might struggle or damage the car. Try getting anything taller than that.
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"Rooms under the restaurant are large with good facilities and great views when clouds lift."