Accommodation in cosanga
ให้เช่าที่พักโดย Roberto
Roberto คือเจ้าของที่พัก
ผู้เข้าพัก 5 คน
4 ห้องนอน
4 เตียง
ห้องน้ำ 2 ห้อง
ผู้เข้าพัก 5 คน
4 ห้องนอน
4 เตียง
ห้องน้ำ 2 ห้อง
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Cosanga is located between the 2 protected areas and Antizana Sumaco, here there have been 531 species of birds in a circle of 20 km . The accommodation is simple is in the midst of the cloud forest of Cosanga , there is good security and tranquility

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The neighborhood where this house is located 2 kilometers from the town of Cosanga recognized worldwide as the number one bird species with 492 in 2012, here are 3 restaurants, shops. This place is safe for visitors growing each year.

The house is mixed, its wooden structure with shared bathroom is located in the rural countryside in a very friendly family.

Guests can count on basic services and transportation, guidance, typical power sector according to their tastes.

There ability to rent a vehicle to move anywhere for the visitor.

This site is located between two protected areas where you can appreciate the natural wealth.

Ecuador is small and has 4 different worlds to which it is possible to visit all within a few days.


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ไม่ปลอดภัยหรือไม่เหมาะกับทารก (ต่ำกว่า 2 ปี)
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La casa es familiar, si ud se hospeda en este lugar debe saber que en las zonas rurales no tenemos muchas comodidades, todo lo que tenemos ponemos a disposición del cliente.

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Dog(s) และ other pet(s) live in the house

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โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Lawrence
ธันวาคม 2015
Chontas Lodge is a good place for birders on a budget. My wife and I stayed at Chontas for three nights at the end of December 2015. Local interest: Chontas offers good birding. We birded along the highway (Troncal Amazonica) and saw lots of Green Jays, Russet-Backed Oropendola, Blackburnian warblers and flycatchers. There are also some local trails, although most of those were inaccessible during our visit due to recent heavy rains. The best operational trail was about a 10-15 minute walk south of Chontas Lodge just after the second bridge on the West side of the highway. Outside of Chontas, you can take a 20 minute taxi ride to the famous (but expensive) Cabanas San Isidro and access their excellent trails and hummingbird feeders for a very reasonable $5 per person (including tea/coffee). Accommodations: We did not stay at Chontas Lodge proper. Rather, we stayed in the nearby house of Roberto's sister & her husband, who were mostly away on vacation. Our room at the sister's house was small but clean. The bed sheets were changed after the second night, which was unnecessary but appreciated. We also had full use of the kitchen, including a refrigerator, multi-burner gas stove range, pots & pans, and other cooking utensils. (Please note that the nearest town, Cosanga, has very limited grocery options. Most people shop at the larger city of Baeza, which is about a 20 minute drive.) Showering was a challenge. A small electric heater barely raises the water temperature above lukewarm, which is not very warm in a chilly December evening. Also, moths and other flying insects were attracted by the bathroom light; some of these were amazing to look at, but I would have preferred to admire them when I was less naked. Also, it was quite noisy at night and in the very early morning due to a mix of traffic noise (the house is very close to the highway), rooster crowing (the chickens were right outside our back window), and the barking of a cute but hyperactive puppy. The host: Roberto was very friendly and helpful. He helped us identify birds, patiently described the local trails, and even drew us a map. Unfortunately, we did not get a chance to talk with Roberto very much because he was mostly away due to a family situation. In Roberto's absence, we received a lot of assistance from his family members, including his sister-in-law, an American, who was kind enough to interpret for us and take us grocery shopping in her truck. We did get the sense that Roberto's mother was keeping an eye on us, which made us feel a little uncomfortable. Also, just before we left, she began questioning us about whether we had paid for the room and how much we had paid. Otherwise she was very friendly! In sum, we had a pleasant stay, despite some inconveniences. Chontas will be even better once Roberto works out some of the kinks.

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โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Roberto
Soy amante de la naturaleza, vivo en el campo rodeado de aves y plantas.
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