Adventure Base Hotel in Quilanga
Welcome to your home base for adventure excursions in the Andes! This two-story hotel was finished in 2019 and has 13 rooms for guests. In addition to its comfortable guest rooms, it features a dining area, conference meeting space, high ceilings and a kitchen for meal preparation. The hotel was tastefully crafted with a mixture of modern design and natural construction materials, like clay, bamboo, and wood. The hotel, Aromas de Café, is named as such as one of its founders won second place in a national coffee competition.
As one of few hotels in the area, it offers an ideal location to host adventurers when they come to explore the area. They can stay the night at the hotel, go off early in the morning to explore, and then come back at night to rest. If guests don’t feel up to trekking in the mountains, they can take a coffee tour in the area. In fact, you can even invest in a 35-hectare nature reserve outside of town where your guests can go exploring! Follow this link for more information about that property: https://www.abecuador.com/magicalwaterfallnaturereserve
Quilanga is a hidden gem of southern Ecuador. It is known for its award-winning coffee grown on small farms in the nearby mountains. Some even say it is the best coffee in all of Ecuador! You will truly be immersed in southern Ecuadorian culture visiting this town. There is even a 19-kilometer hiking trail from Quilanga to Vilcabamba. This is another attraction for adventurous tourists wanting a diverse excursion.
Follow this link for more information about the area: https://www.ecured.cu/Cant%C3%B3n_Quilanga
Location: San Antonio de las Aradas - Quilanga, Loja, Ecuador
Property Size: 698 m2 (7513 ft2)
Construction Area: 710 m2 (7642 ft2)
Rooms: 13/ Bathrooms: 13
Population (Quilanga): 4,337
Distance to the closest town: 30 minutes in car
Distance to the Airport (Catamayo): 1.15 hour in car
Distance to Loja: 1 hour and a 50 minutes in car
Altitude: 1,880 m (6167 ft)
-Estimated Closing Costs: $ 4,600
*Much of Southern Ecuador experiences a rainy and a dry season. The dry season is approximately June through September, while the rainy season is approximately October through May.