Quito Land of Bears post Mashpi Lodge


Information of Activities

Air Tram (Canopy Gondola)
Life Center
Night Walks
Observation Tower
Sky Bike
Refreshing Waterfalls

Post Conference tour Date & Price

Mashpi lodge is designed to completely immerse you in the cloudforest, while keeping its creatures safely at bay – a luxury cocoon amid the clouds and tumbling mountains. The rooms, arranged over three floors, all face north, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, some on two sides, with the forest just a few meters away.

  • – 2Days/1Night: Wayra Doble room – USD 681,00 p/p
  • – 3Days/2Nights: Wayra Doble room – USD 1362,00 p/p
  • Spaces available: November 18-22, 2017
  • Closets with safe deposit boxes
  • Bathrooms with luxury amenities and hairdryers
  • Desks, chairs and furniture
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Accommodations, all meals, guided daily excursions (in English and Spanish only) to primary forest, aerial tram, rivers and lagoons along the reserve, and specialized lectures. Rain ponchos and rubber boots
  • Transfers out (shared basis), includes entrance fee and visit to the Pululahua Crater and the Tulipe Archaeological Site
  • Transfer out (Mashpi-Quito, shared basis).
  • Gratuities
  • Bar
  • Gifts and additional items.
  • Activities outside the reserve (kayak, bike, kanopying etc).
Guests will be supplied with rubber boots. Please ensure you send us your size. We also have binoculars for guests to use. The lodge also supplies walking poles, but you may want to bring your own.

  • Sunhat
  • Sun block
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimwear
  • Walking shoes/sneakers
  • Socks: we recommend joggers’ socks that don’t slip easily inside rubber boots. Asics Tegan Knee-High or Kayano Classic Quarter are both good options. 2 pairs per day are ideal.
  • Light-weight, earth- or dark-coloured, long-sleeved T-shirts and shirts
  • Earth- or dark-coloured, light-weight trousers
  • Light fleece/sweater
  • Sandals/Tevas
  • Goretex jacket – guests will also be supplied with waterproof ponchos
  • Insect repellent (natural, not chemical like DEET)
  • Good binoculars (Guides will have pairs to share)
  • Small backpack for trails
  • 6 Ziploc bags of different sizes for keeping things dry
  • Sealable bag for packing dirty laundry in luggage
  • Headlamp (or Flashlight)
  • Extra batteries
  • Appliance chargers. Plugs in Ecuador are US-style, 2 flat pins 110 volts. 220 volt adaptors can be supplied upon request.

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