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Liana Lodge

Puerto Barantilla Selva Viva, Ahuano, Tena 150150 Ecuador
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Puerto Barantilla Selva Viva, Ahuano, Tena 150150 Ecuador
Liana Lodge
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cim_12 wrote a review Aug 2012
Montreal, Canada25 contributions11 helpful votes
We really liked our stay in Liana Lodge !! The lodges are great ! The food is really good !! The tours are really interesting !! A walk in the jungle, the amazoonico, the visit of the island, a bird watch, and a swim in the river if the weather is great !! A good place for families or friends !! The ecuadorian meals are really good !! The staff are really kind !! Staff is really careful concerning dietary restrictions and allergies !!! A place to visit in ecuador
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Parvex F wrote a review Jul 2012
Taverne, Ticino, Switzerland32 contributions15 helpful votes
On my last visit in July 2012 I saw a family with a small kid of 8 years old. They spent 3 days and enjoyed two animations every day: balsa rafting, tubing, visit of an indigenous family, Rain Forest hiking, visit of amaZoonico the rescue centre for animals, gold washing, etc. They were enthousiastic, ... and the kid too, worn out and happy. they asked me to pout this message for you.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Stacey B wrote a review May 2012
Adelaide, Australia31 contributions32 helpful votes
Other reviews cover off what the lodge offers/does, so I'll just say that our stay at this lodge was relaxing and a lot of fun. It's not deep in the amazon so it's a good introductory for those who don't want to stay in an expensive lodge but aren't prepared to rough it in the amazon yet.
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Date of stay: April 2012
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Dr0ct0pus wrote a review Apr 2012
London, United Kingdom45 contributions33 helpful votes
Liana lodge is an excellent facility run by people who clearly care greatly for the environment it is set in. Being collected by a canoe and taken down river to the lodge is everything you expect of an amazon adventure. A stay typically includes all meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, which are prepared to a very high standard. Portions are good and there is wine and beer available from the bar. We stayed in a private cabin, open but fully protected with mosquito netting with en suite bathroom, complete with hot water. There are a selection of tours, led by local guides with an excellent knowledge of local flora and fauna through primary rainforest, something lacking from other nearby lodges. And after a hike through the humidity, the opportunity to float back down river in
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Date of stay: April 2012
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RoySandlapper wrote a review Feb 2012
Charleston, South Carolina184 contributions127 helpful votes
Liana Lodge is not a luxury hotel. There is no electricity in the cabins (candles are provided) nor hot water in the sinks. The cabins are duplexes with open ceilings between, so you will probably hear your neighbors if the other room is occupied. Otherwise, Liana is a charming eco-lodge on the river in the jungle. The food is good, although you will not have many options, and the staff is friendly, though most of them speak no English (some people, including my wife and I, came with a bi-lingual guide). The cabins have twin beds, and the water pressure in the shower is adequate. There is no road to the lodge, so arrivals and departures are via a 10 minute boat ride in a long, motorized canoe. Liana's relative proximity to civilization is one of its main attractions. At
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Date of stay: February 2012
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visitad0ra wrote a review Jan 2012
Akron, Ohio24 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed at Liana lodge for two nights and three days. We took two buses and a canoe(5mins) to get to the lodge from Quito. The journey was long but fun. Make sure you confirm your reservation and time of arrival once you are in Quito and Tena. The food was great, the bar had yummy cocktails at reasonable prices. The rooms were clean but shared a wooden roof with another cabin so it lacks privacy. There is no electricity but they have hot water and an outlet to charge ur phone/camera. The tours were nice since you get to see the primary forest but they have limited hiking options. The staff was very friendly. We got to see a lot of monkeys just outside our cabin. Make sure you carry lots of bug spray and use it all the time. We didnt apply it at night and got bitten all
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Date of stay: December 2011
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Travelmania79 wrote a review Jan 2012
Cambridge58 contributions76 helpful votes
We stayed there two nights. When we got to their parking place before heading to the lodge by boat, we were surprised by how dirty it was. We were very happy to see how opposite the actual place was. We liked the fact that there was no electricity in our room. We had great and plentiful food. One of the hotel staff who is a member of the Hourani tribe took us for a walk around the jungle. We did not see many animals except in AmaZOOnico. After the visit in AmaZOOnico, we tubed back in the river. We really enjoyed the whole experience.
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Date of stay: December 2011
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Joe H wrote a review Nov 2011
Lubbock, Texas4 contributions10 helpful votes
We came here on a whim while traveling through Ecuador. It was definitely a highlight of the trip. Getting to the lodge is an experience in itself. The canoe ride really makes you feel like you are going somewhere very secluded. The food was wonderful...I looked forward to every meal. I recommend going on a jungle hike. You will see things you have only read about. The atmosphere of the lodge was very relaxing, and we enjoyed getting to know fellow travelers. You won't regret coming here!
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Date of stay: June 2011
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Canoetori wrote a review Oct 2011
4 contributions4 helpful votes
The staff at Liana lodge were very welcoming, the rooms were fabulous and the food was plentiful. We saw loads of monkeys and birds and insects on the different tours as well as all the animals at Amazoonico. The only slightly annoying thing was the extra expenses for extra tours. It was advertised as 3 days and 2 nights but this only really meant one day of tours. Anything outside of this time was added to the bill. I only found this out at the end so only just had enough money. Overall though, it was a great experience and I would recommend.
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Date of stay: October 2011
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curlysmom wrote a review Oct 2011
Florida24 contributions22 helpful votes
We loved this place but didnt see any animals (except at zoonica). Food/ambience was wonderful, but we expected to hear more jungle sounds and see some animals. we will return to the jungle, but to a place deeper in the jungle.
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Date of stay: September 2011
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