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Facilities: 4/5 stars. The facility is older, but has been well maintained. It is more impressive inside than outside. The room was adequate with ample storage. Bathroom was small but well stocked. Hot water was available at all times and was adequate. The bar/common...More
Plenty of birds to see, but if you are not into birding there is nothing for you! No pool, the decks with a view are taken by the photographers, only wifi in the main lobby AND you have to pay for every device! The last...More
Spent 3 nights here as part of a wildlife photography group. The number of hummingbirds was amazing. Accommodations were very good and the meals prepared on site were exceptional. A very friendly and helpful staff.
This lodge is located some distance off the main road...More
My husband and I stayed at Tandayapa Bird Lodge for 3 nights in March 2018. We had a wonderful 3 days. We were not on a tour, but drove up in a rented a car so we had mobility. The first night there was a...More
I visited this lodge for three nights with a group of ten who were seeking to photograph butterflies. Due to very cloudy weather, we didn't see as many butterflies as desired, but there were excellent birds at the feeders and hide. The food was excellent,...More
Tandayapa Bird Lodge comprises of a main building (where ten of the rooms are located), and another outlying building with two further rooms. The main lodge has been designed with convenience in mind;there …Moreis no need to hike between your rooms and the dining area. The outer rooms are used for those who wish for more seclusion, away from the main building. The entire lodge is based within verdant cloudforest, on the western slope of the Andes in Ecuador, virtually on the equator. The lodge’s centerpiece is the balcony, where a series of feeders bring in a variety of hummingbirds species daily. Over 30 hummingbird species have been recorded, and usually more than a dozen species come in daily. Forest trails are available on site, and the lodge is situated within a core of excellent birding and nature areas, and so is often used as an extended base to visit these too. Less
I would contact them directly. We stayed there so our experience was bit different. The Lodge is about an hour from Quito. Not much birding, but there are a few spots worth a few minutes, on the way. Once you turn off the... More
I would contact them directly. We stayed there so our experience was bit different. The Lodge is about an hour from Quito. Not much birding, but there are a few spots worth a few minutes, on the way. Once you turn off the paved road and head up river there is biding all along the road. The guide will know the hot spots. Would probably want to spend an hour or two at the Lodge for the hummers. The guide we had spoke good English.
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"Rooms 4,5,6 have views of the Antpitta feeding area with 6 the best."