Humberto Salvador S4-51 & Mora

Quito, Ecuador, South America

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AMAZON RAINFOREST

  4 day - 3 night   

experiential style

The Ecuadorean Amazon is one the mega diverse area in the planet. Prepare your camera to flash the best rainforest photos. The Amazon homes giant trees, animals, waterfalls, caves, petroglyphs and kichwa communities. Sail on winding rivers with dark water and memorize the sounds of the amazon in your mind ever.

Day 1

  • PAPALLACTA

  • GUANGO RESERVE

  • TENA

  • ECOLODGE

Depart Quito towards amazon region. After 5 hours of travel, we stop at a viewpoint to enjoy the amazon basin panorama. Enjoy a tasting lunch made by local ingredients. Arrive in Loreto Town. Visit to the botanical garden to learn about medicinal plants. Experiment a cultural night with typical kichwa music, dancing, and a cleansing ritual with the shaman of the community. Dinner with local friends. Overnight at homestay.

DAy 2

  • huaticocha

  • parrots waterfall

  • tugshiyaku cave

Travel to Huaticocha community to enjoy a walk-up hill in the jungle to the first 80 meters high waterfall called the parrots cave, where there is a natural pool. Continue with the walk, we arrive to the second waterfall Lady´s Mantle, and after a while we will get to the cave
Tugshiyacu, were we can explore inside to see petrified shells and inner streams. Chance to swim in the natural pools. Box lunch will be provided.

day 3

  • parrot’s clay lick

  • La paz lagoon

  • pukuno river

  • Omagua culture

Early activity from the camp to the parrot’s clay lick and the enchanted lagoon hidden in the dense forest. Drive to La Paz and walk to the waterfall Refugio de la Loras. Visit Laguna de la Paz. Head out to 15 de Noviembre spot. Descend the River Pucuno on floating buoys to Cotona community were there are petroglyphs made by the ancient Omagua culture standing for fertility of the woman and man.

day 4

  • POSAHURCO

MILAGRO DE DIOS CAVE

  • RETURN

 

 

Explore underground by candlelight or lanterns the Milagro de Dios cave on a 40-minute guide tour which includes nearly a mile of walking. Later, time to say goodbye until next time and undertake the return to Quito.