The Chocolate Jungle offers lodging, adventure activities and volunteer programs for all ages.
- Our lodge rests on the Napo River, a major tributary of the Amazon fed from the volcanoes of Antisna, Sincholagua and Cotopaxi.
Browse our website for complete information on our study programs and itineraries, as you discover all the fun outdoor activities that are unique to the Misahualli Jungle.
Ecotourism at its finest.
- Our friendly native staff will make you feel right at home, while leading you on an unforgettable adventure.
Together with experts, they will open your eyes to the magical life of the jungle.
- At the Chocolate Jungle, we are committed to helping find a solution for the tree disease that has plagued Ecuador for years.
We investigate and grow upon the studies that have shown that fungi can help with plant disease and give nutritional value to soil, in turn enhancing the cacao trees and soil in their own way.
“A chocolate with a balanced taste (…) Sweetness, saltness, bitterness and sourness (…) In Ecuador, chocolate beans are grown together with bananas and citrus fruits. It tastes good together with a mild red wine…”
- Lars Tufvesson.
Wild Mushrooms offer a new world of opportunity and delight to those who love to cook, but an understanding is needed of the various flavors and textures, both good and bad, and how to prepare mushrooms to best display their good qualities.