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My sister and I took my parents to this lodge for two nights and we were all underwhelmed. Yes the patio with hummingbird feeders was quite impressive with many different species flying around but the seating was uncomfortable and the view of the gorgeous hillside...More
Thank Ruby Y
Response from Xavier A, Public Relations Manager at Tandayapa Bird LodgeResponded 20 May 2017
We appreciate your comments very much and we take them seriously. In March 2017 we added to our staff a new chef in order to improve our meals. The lodge is located in a beautiful valley where there is weak cell signal and...More
We were on a hummingbird photography workshop led by Matt Shetzer ( that was wonderful and deserves a review all on its own), and first on our stop and our stay was Tandayapa Bird Lodge.
This was our first trip to Ecuador and therefore our...More
My first experience with a birding lodge in Ecuador and I was definitely not disappointed. This is a lovely spot with a nice big deck for watching the hummingbirds visit the feeders and perch on the low branches. Ricardo was very knowledgeable and helpful. Food...More
Very friendly and helpful staff that served unique good food.Beautiful setting. Lots of Hummingbird species at your patio. Access to trails up and down towards the valley in the Andean rainforest. Staff arranged guided tours and travel. All quite a bargain.
For some reason the majority of reviews for the Tandayapa Bird Lodge are lisited under Quito hotels, as was my own review. I've therefore decided to add it to this page as well to try and provide a little balance.
We had a wonderful welcome...More
I would contact them directly. We stayed there so our experience was bit different. The Lodge is about an hour from Quito. Not much birding, but there are a few spots worth a few minutes, on the way. Once you turn off the... More
I would contact them directly. We stayed there so our experience was bit different. The Lodge is about an hour from Quito. Not much birding, but there are a few spots worth a few minutes, on the way. Once you turn off the paved road and head up river there is biding all along the road. The guide will know the hot spots. Would probably want to spend an hour or two at the Lodge for the hummers. The guide we had spoke good English.