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Abby’s Hideaway a three house complex in Lligua, Ecuador just minutes from Baños de Agua Santa. This beautiful spot is right along the Pastaza River just before it enters a rocky gorge. Abby’s spot is perfect if you are looking to enjoy the peace that only nature can offer. When the weather is clear, you can enjoy a nice view of the Tungurahua Volcano from Lligua which is located in a safe zone.

The Complex

Riverside Cabin


Enjoy yourself in this peaceful retreat right next to the river. Rent a room or the entire four bedroom house. The kitchen is available to all guests staying in the house so you can prepare your own meals on site using fruit and vegetables right out of our the garden (seasonal).

For those who prefer to camp, there is ample room for tents in the front garden. Outdoor bathrooms and showers are at hand for campers.

Casa Carmen


This colonial home is over 100 years old. Enjoy the charm of this fully restored home with great views from the upper balcony. The house is large and fully furnished. See this page for details.

Abby’s Abode

Find Abby herself in this cute little chalet. She is nearby for anything you might need from tourist information to home cooked meals.

About Abby


Abby’s Hideaway is run by Abby Dent who is quite well known in Ecuador, especially among river lovers. She was born in Ireland, but moved to Ecuador when she was eight along with her family. She has lived in Tena, Baeza, Riobamba, Canoa and now in Baños (that’s just in Ecuador…she’s also lived in the UK and Canada).

Abby’s years in Ecuador working in the tourism industry make her the perfect person to go to for suggestions of what to see and do in Ecuador. She is one of the few female kayakers in Ecuador. She has extensive knowledge of the rivers in the country and also teaches kayak courses. She has also worked with several big companies in Ecuador as a raft, kayak and jungle guide and now works as a freelance river guide. Kayak with Abby here.

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