Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia
Owlet Lodge consists of three identical cabins with a total capacity of 18 people per night. Each cabin is divided into two identical suites. Each suite consists of a single bedroom, a double bedroom, a shared common entry room and shared bathroom. Each room has beds (bedding, blankets, pillows), bedside table, lamp, wardrobe, wall hooks for jackets, and windows. Towels, soap and shampoo are also provided. Single rooms look out onto hummingbird feeders. Bathrooms have a sink, mirror, toilet, towel rack, and shower with hot water.Owlet Lodge has electricity from a hydroelectric company and satellite Internet. The Internet connection sometimes is block by inclement weather. In case of power failure, there is a diesel generator for electricity as well as candles. Smoking is prohibited inside buildings at Owlet Lodge, and on trails at Abra Patricia.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bottled water is available for drinking at all times, as well as fruit and snacks. Water in the bathrooms and from sinks is filtered, but not meant for drinking. Alcoholic beverages (e.g. beer and wine) are also available for purchase. A fixed menu is served at meals, with entrees alternating across different days. Vegetarian options are available, and staff can accommodate some special diets for visitors with food allergies or other dietary restrictions. Additionally, special arrangements can be made for visitors celebrating birthdays who desire a cake. Please notify ECOAN in advance to ensure availability of these options. The meals are prepared in a typical and delicious Peruvian style by a local chef.
Breakfast: All breakfasts come with bread, butter, jam, and fresh juice (papaya, orange, starfruit, pineapple, or passion fruit depending on the season). Example fixed menu breakfasts served on consecutive days include: fried eggs with fried bananas (1), scrambled eggs with chorizo (2), pancakes (3), and tortillas with cheese (4).
Lunch: Lunches served include an appetizer followed by a main course and a drink (“chicha morada” which is a Peruvian spiced purple corn juice, lemonade, etc..). Example fixed menus include: broccoli salad followed by chicken curry (1), lomo saltado – a typical Peruvian stir-fry of streak, peppers, potatos (2), fried dumpling stuffed with guacamole and vegetables followed by breaded chicken with rice (4).
Dinner: Three course dinners are served, including a hot soup (vegetable soup, creamed corn, Peruvian creole noodle soup, asparagus) followed by a main course, and finally dessert (fruit salad, rice pudding, porridge purple, peach canned), along with a lemonade or other beverages. Example main courses include: spaghetti with tomato sauce (1), fried meat or chicken with rice (2), fried trout with rice (3).
Rooms with private bathroom
Simple: US$ 135/night for one person.
Double: US$ 230/night for two people.
Matrimonial: US$ 220/night for two people.
Rooms without private bathroom
Simple: US$ 120/night for one person.
Double: US$ 210/night for two people.
Matrimonial: US$ 200/night for two people.
Prices include: admission to the reserve, trails, observation tower and meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Tour operators and drivers may be eligible for special rates, which must be requested in advance while making reservations. Prices do not include soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. Important: Prices do not include VAT (this tax is only relevant for Peruvians and not for foreign visitors). Check in at 14:00 hrs (2pm) and check out by 11:00 hrs (11 am).
Day visitors can pay an entrance fee of $25 to use the trails, admire the hummingbird feeders and purchase meals and drinks if they wish.
Entry into the reserve’s trails without registering with ECOAN at the Owlet Lodge is not permitted.
Carretera Fernando Belaunde Terry, km 364.5, Amazonas. Perú
Teléfono: +51(41)816814 , +51(41)816815
Sede Principal: Urb. La Florida D1-B, Wanchaq, Cusco, Perú