Mindo Lodges & Mindo Tours in the Cloud Forest 

This selection lodges in the Mindo Cloud Forest allow you to choose your favorite Mindo Lodge and include a Mindo Tour for 3, 4 and 6 days.  Discover Ecuador Mindo Cloud Forest with any of these all-inclusive trips with accomodations in carefully selected lodges. Get lost in the greenest most bio diverse site in the world choosing the lodge suitable to your budget.  

Go on a hiking tour to observe the wide variety of bird species (excellent for bird photography), colorful orchids found nowhere else in the planet, or take a walk to the butterfly farms. Ferns, lash green vegetation and lovely trails for discovering the unique beauties of the Cloudforest.

Most tours include easy to moderate hikes and you may cutomize the activities. Take a look below. 

Mindo Tours

Mindo Lodge in the Cloud Forest

Arasha Resort
Every Day
3, 4 & 8 Days
Every Day
1, 2 and 3 Days
El carmelo de mindo
Every Day
2, 3, 4 & 5 Days
Mashpi Lodge
Every Day
3, 4 & 8 Days

More about Mindo Cloud Forest

Mindo is a mountainous watershed situated in the western slopes of the Pichincha – Ecuador, where two of the most biologically diverse ecoregions in the world meet: the lowlands and the Tropical Andes. In this transitional area — which covers an area of 268 square kilometers (103 sq mi) and ranges from 960–3,440 metres (3,150–11,290 ft) above sea level — three rivers (Mindo, Saloya and Cinto) and hundreds of streams irrigate the landscape, which consists of a patchwork of cloud forests, secondary forests, agricultural land, and human settlements.

Politically, Mindo Ecuador Cloud Forest is a collection of rural parishes (Gualea, Nanegal, Nanegalito, Pacto) that make up the Noroccidental Administrative Zone of Quito Canton, within Pichincha Province in the northern sierra region of Ecuador.

Mindo Ecuador Cloud Forest Valley is among the most heavily visited locations in Ecuador. You can enjoy activities such as rafting, tubing, trekking, mountain biking, canyoning, horseback riding, birdwatching, and herping. Besides its well-developed tourism infrastructure, it offers several private reserves and lodges known for their montane forests, waterfalls and unique cloud forest biodiversity. Much of the land is privately protected, and an additional 86 square kilometers (33 sq mi) falls within the Mindo-Nambillo Ecological Reserve (Bosque Protector Mindo Nambillo).