Prepare for the memories of a lifetime—an absolutely unforgettable immersion in gorgeous, unspoiled nature! At the Antpitta Cabins, you will experience both comfort and the beautiful wildness of the Amazon region.
The Antpitta Cabins are located at the Limoncocha Biological Reserve along the Napo River.
Guests enjoying the Limoncocha Biological Reserve will see many Amazonian birds, plants, and animals. Frequently seen are the white-lored antpitta, harpy eagle, swallow-tailed kite, zigzag heron, wire-tailed manakin, and Ecuadorian cacique, among many others. 460 different species of birds have been recorded there—more of the possibilities are listed below. Pablo Walter Hualinga, your guide and the cabins’ owner, has 30 years of experience as a nature guide in the region, with deep knowledge of its flora and fauna. He is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Each of the charming cabins has two roomy, comfortable beds, mosquito netting, a nightstand with drawers, a table, a flush toilet, a sink, and a shower. An adjacent, elegant open-air wooden building serves as the dining hall.
Currently the price per person is $150 a night. Prices include lodging, all meals, local transportation, and expertly guided nature expeditions according to the guests’ itinerary. Each cabin sleeps two people. (Prices do not include personal items or toiletries, binoculars, alcoholic beverages, or tips.)
Guests are advised to bring lightweight clothing for hiking, boots in case of mud, sunscreen, cameras, and mosquito repellant.
Bird watchers should also bring binoculars, bird books, and pens or pencils.
Check out this video of our Harpy eagle! The Harpy is the largest species of eagle in the world. Rare throughout their range, Harpies can be difficult to find. But we have had the good fortune to have a Harpy take up residence and consistently nest in a protected place nearby.