Sani Lodge is an eco-lodge established and operated by the indigenous people of Sani Isla who live in and protect one of the largest privately-held areas of rainforest in Ecuador so you are directly participating in the conservation of both the rainforest and its people.
The Lodge falls within the primary rainforest corridor of the Cuyabeño Reserve and Yasuni National Park in an area bursting with tropical plants and trees, an impressive number of mammals and an amazing variety of birds. Sani is a haven for vulnerable and endangered species, including the Giant Armadillo, Giant Anteater and Woolly Monkey, Amazonian Manatee and the magnificent Harpy Eagle.
There are just ten individual cabins and a spacious two-story house allowing for a more personal and intimate experience. All cabins have private decking or balconies and traditional leaf-thatched roofs and have electric lights which run from eco-friendly solar panels.