Gocta Andes Lodge has been designed to enjoy the views of Gocta Falls, from its comfortable and spacious rooms, or from its terraces, gardens and swimming pool. Gocta Lodge is the starting point for hikes to Gocta Falls and a perfect base camp to explore the Chachapoyas region. The lodge is located at an altitude of 1,800 meters so it is a very suitable place for a good rest and relaxation.
Situated on the banks of the River Huallaga - a biological bridging point due to its location at the juncture between the Cerro Escalera Regional Conservation Area and the Cordillera Azul National Park. Three distinct ecosystems run successively along the length of the Huallaga River: tropical dry forest, the upland montane forest and the lowland forest of the Amazon basin, providing incredible birding opportunities.
Wayqecha Cloud Forest Biological Station is one of the world’s best sites to explore the lush cloud forest ecosystem bordering Manu National Park. Situated where the eastern slopes of the Andes meet the Amazon lowlands, the cloud forest absorbs moisture from passing clouds and is often blanketed in mist and fog. The constant supply of moisture allows a remarkable diversity of plants to grow here, which in turn supports thriving populations of birds, amphibians, and mammals.
Nestled in the Andean foothills, perched between the mountains and the lowlands, Villa Carmen Biological Station offers birdwatchers the opportunity to see a Blue-headed Macaw, Hairy-crested Antbird, Rufous-capped Nunlet, and charismatic Hoatzin, plus many Bamboo specialist which are now sadly becoming more difficult to find elsewhere.