Several flagship species of Ecuadorian fauna and flora can be found in this region, including the harpy eagle, Amazon tapir, white-whiskered-spider monkey, dusky-titi monkey, black-girdled barbet, paradise tanager, crested owl, spangled cotinga, great potoo, Attalea maripa, black caiman, and macaws. This area has been highlighted by the Ecuadorian Ministry of the Environment is vital for conservation.
That´s why very important biosecurity standards are taken while we are inside in the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve. The most important is to use the mask at all times. The reserve is divided into geographical areas, each with its own specific function, such as tourism, conservation, research, and monitoring, by the environmental office of Ecuador - by a team whose members have expertise in different areas, including biology, management, and education.
The forest reserve where our Ecolodge is in the heart of the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, a very important Amazon conservation area covering 603,380 ha (1,490,000 acres).