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Overall we had an amazing experience at Sacha
1. The rooms were beautiful - although quite hot during the day. Air conditioning would have been very welcome - but is not very eco friendly or sustainable. The bathrooms were gorgeous. The rooms did cool off...More
Before I go into any details I will say my partner and I didn't want to leave and both agreed it is the greatest place we have EVER stayed!
If you are looking for a truly immersion and wild experience of the Amazon- this is...More
If you want remote amidst spotlessly clean and incredibly accommodating, this is for you! A fabulous experience for kids over 8 as well.
There are no roads. You are met at Quito airport by Sacha lodge reps and your own Guide where you are taken...More
We had a fantastic time at Sacha Lodge. Everything is very well organised, from meeting you at the airport to making sure that the wide range of excursions all run smoothly. Food is good and the staff without exception are friendly and helpful. Our guides...More
Sacha lodge was 10/10 Amazon experience. To put it plainly, they are experts at everything they do, including: transport, amenities, overall comfort, organization, and most importantly, providing visitors with an amazing experience in the Amazon. A few key points:
Lodge: smart, comfortable, beautiful, well made,...More
They don't allow you to explore on your own, and with quite a bit of dangerous wildlife around you really shouldn't. The guides do a nice job of planning outings that allow you to see and experience a lot.
I had a fear of heights and didn't make it up to the top. One of our two guides stayed with me and the other one in our group who didn't make it to the top. The guide said about 10% of people don't do it. Although we were on... More
I had a fear of heights and didn't make it up to the top. One of our two guides stayed with me and the other one in our group who didn't make it to the top. The guide said about 10% of people don't do it. Although we were on the ground for several hours while our partners were up high, our guide demonstrated native basket making while we waited below. We weren't shamed for not going up, although we did have a long wait down below.
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"If you don't mind a long walk up stairs on a boardwalk with tarantulas, ask for a room away from the main..."