Pimpilala Lodge - Talag - Napo - Ecuador
It is located at Km 20 Via Talag - Sector Cando, offers for you a variety of activities among which a tour of our primary forest trails to discover four waterfalls that are located around our lodge, during the journey of approximately one hour You will find all kinds of medicinal and ornamental plants, wild animals and a myriad of butterflies that surround the place.
We have the lodging service in our cabins fully equipped with a capacity of up to 25 people and we complement it with typical gastronomy.
We also have a crystal water dam where you can refresh and enjoy the magic of its waters.
Here in our lodge you will find adventure, adrenaline and discover places full of magic and tranquility that will make your vacation an unforgettable experience.
Pimpilala lodge is located in the main access of the route to the waterfalls pimpilala a tour where you can observe flora, fauna and especially butterflies of diverse species and colors while enjoying an incredible landscape. If you want to get more information about the waterfalls, go to the following link, ROUTE OF THE CASCADES OF PIMPILALA, where you can see photographs of the waterfalls and the route
- Simple Cabins
- Double cabins
- Triple Cabins
- Family cabins
- Maito de Tilapia
- Fried Tilapia
- Criollo Chicken Sancocho
- Dried Chicken Creole
- Vegetarian Food
TOUR OF THE WATERFALLS AND PRIMARY JUNGLE
This tour is done with a minimum of four people.
- Lodging in our cabins
- Primary Forest Walk
- Tour through our four waterfalls
- Observation and explanation of uses of medicinal and ornamental plants
- Observation of a variety of butterflie
- Hiking in the Selva Primaria
- Native Guide
- Area of Descanzo
- Hammock area
- Crystal Water Dike
- Hot Water Showers
- Tourist information
- Adults $ 2.00
- Kids $ 1.00
- Adults $ 8.00
- Kids $ 4.00
- Breakfast $ 3.00
- Typical Dishes from $ 5.00
ROUTE TOUR TO WATERFALLS AND PRIMARY JUNGLE
- $ 36.00 per person
- $ 30.00
Our establishment has permanent attention 24 hours a day - 365 days a year.