I booked for our family vacation without knowing the details. The lodge is NOT accessible by car so do not trust your Google map! You need to get to a hotel called Oasis in Coca to take the motor boat to the lodge which isn't anywhere in the researvation. We arrived at 7 pm, ie too late to take the boat as the last one leaves at 5 pm. At the beginning we were told to come back the 2 nod day which made us unhappy. At the end, the owner decided to run another trip to bring us to the lodge, and since then, we can't say enough to good things about it.
For 4 nights and 3 days, we had a guide and a translator organizing our activities, from exploring the jungle to visiting local community. The guide named Wintel is knowledgeable, sincere, and lovely, so much that my little girl cried when leaving at the end of our vacation.
The lodge's condition is primitive, with electricity running only a few hours a day and hot water supply very unstable. I could hear my daughter coughing across several cabins, just to say it's more like camping than hotel. But it's really a huge change for us to be so close to the nature, living without electronics or technology for a few days. The worst thing we had was some mosquito bites. The rest is wonderful pictures, and memories.