Even though the photos are a little small, you can still get a good feel for the lodge through these panoramic shots. Thanks to Nick for supplying the photos! See below for more shots of the lodge, and hurry up and get down here so you can enjoy it for yourself.
Monday, August 20, 2007
There are tons of reasons to paddle with Small World Adventures down in Ecuador--we built a riverside kayaker's lodge complete with hot showers, cold beers, home-cooked meals, and an on site massage therapist, we wrote the guidebook to kayaking in Ecuador, we have the largest kayak fleet in South America (over 60 kayaks), and we have been guiding longer than anyone in Ecuador.
We have been shy in the past about promoting our lodge, but we are trying to get over that!
It is far and away the nicest lodge in the Quijos Valley. All of our guests rave about the accommodations, the food, the service, and the outstanding bird watching from our front porch.
If you need anymore convincing, check out the photos below.
Don't forget to register to win a free kayaking or rafting trip in Ecuador for the 2007-2008 season. Go to our website at http://www.smallworldadventures.com/ and enter to win today.
Contact our office, and book your trip today!
You can also visit Small World Adventure's blog at http://www.smallworldadventures.blogspot.com/ for some photos and write ups of last season's trips.
Oh ya, and there are really nice views from our lodge as well!
And the grounds aren't bad either.
Lili, our excellent chef and massage therapist, cuts banana leaves from our garden for her famous quimboletos (polenta, seasoned chicken, fresh vegetables, and her special ahi sauce, baked and served in banana leaves). Lili specializes in international food, and can accommodate any dietary needs---vegetarian, vegan, lactose intolerant, gluten-free, etc...
One of our boat sheds holding the largest kayak fleet in South America. We have over 60 kayaks, and plan to add 10 more to the fleet during the 2007-2008 season.
Last season we built a yoga choza, and while quite a few people have actually done yoga in it, most people have enjoyed it as a quiet place to drink a beer after boating. It over looks the Quijos River, and is surrounded by amazing bird life and flowers--an excellent setting for both beer drinking and yoga--you choose your activity.
COME EXPERIENCE OUR WONDERFUL LODGE FOR YOURSELF. IT'S A PERFECT PLACE TO RETIRE TO AFTER A DAY OF PADDLING SOME OF ECUADOR'S OUTSTANDING WHITEWATER.