Since its acquisition 1992, the Sachatamia properly has been dedicated to the conservation and reforestation of its native forest, Sachatamia is now an important private ecological reserve of 300 hectares, composed mainly of primary and secondary forest, as well as reforested áreas and other áreas currently under going reforestation.
Sachatamia enjoys a privileged location within the “choco Andino” biogeographical zone, connected to the 19200 hectare Mindo-Nambillo Protected Forest. This is an área which boasts an incredible diversity in flora and fauna and is heralded as the worlds top hot-spot for birds, as the área won the world-wide Audubon bird count for the fourth time in 2008. More tan 400 species of birds have been recorded in anual tallies since 2003, earning it the title of the best place in the world for bird-watching by the Audobon Society and the ABA (American Birding Association
The country house has been constructed in wood, complimenting the serenity of the surrounding ambiance.
A cozy and elegant rustic refuge, it offers the maximum in comfort while guests enjoy gourmet cuisine in complete union with the natural enviroment.
In Sachatamia, guests may walk thrugh a natural subtropical jungle, passing pristine rivers while enjoying and observing a variety of endemic trees, plant and wild flower species such as orchids, bromeliads, heliconias and anthuriums, among others
- Hummingbirds Garden: observation more tan 35 species of hummingbirds among the flowers and feeders
- Observation of several species of birds at the feeding stations around the reseidence and the cabins, including the multi-colored tanagers, toucans, trogons, quetzals etc.
- Indoor heate pool and jacuzzi
- Self-guided nature trails
- Table games, direct TV and movie projector in the “Los Colibries” Events Room.
- Long guided nature walk with canopying through the natural forest reserve
- Observation of giant native tree-ferns, orchids, bromeliads, heliconias, etc as well as monkeys, agoutis, armadillos, ocelots and deer, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies and insects.