Cuyabeno Eco-Adventure | Amazon-Adventure in Guacamayo Eco Lodge!

Amazonas Basin - Pink Dolphins - Nightwalk in the jungle - Search for Caimans Guacamayo Ecolodge is promoting seriously and responsibly ecotourism in the 2nd biggest protected area..
Amazonas Basin - Pink Dolphins - Nightwalk in the jungle - Search for Caimans Guacamayo Ecolodge is promoting seriously and responsibly ecotourism in the 2nd biggest protected area in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador (CUYABENO WILDLIFE RESERVE) with 604,000 hectares 0f primary forest declared protected in 1979. This Ecolodge provides solar electricity to charge batteries of cameras or other electronic objects, rooms with private toilet and hot shower, to make as les impact is possible to nature the lodge also provides biodigestors for the toilet system. Sure the sustainable tourism industry is benefiting directly local communities in the reserve, at the same time protecting a part of the last refuge of wildlife on earth. Itinerary is subject to change.
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Services

Included
  • Adventure program in international small groups
  • Accommodation in Bungalows in Jungle Lodge (incl. warm water, private bathroom)
  • 3x Breakfast, 3x Lunch/1x Box lunch, 3x Dinner
  • Transport Lago Agrio - Jungle Lodge - Lago Agrio
  • All transports by land as per itinerary during the program
  • English speaking naturalist guide during the whole tour
  • All activities as mentioned (hikes, canoe trips, etc.)
  • Rubber boots and rain ponchos
  • Water, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, snacks
Excluded
  • International flights
  • Tips
  • Additional drinks from the bar
Optional (Available upon request)
  • Transport from Quito to Lago Agrio and return (bus or plane)
  • 5 day tours in Guacamayo Eco Lodge

Tour Details :

Quito – Lago Agrio – El Puente. Flight or bus ride (one day before – 8 hour ride) to Lago Agrio. Drive from Lago Agrio to El Puente. Afternoon: canoe trip down the Cuyabeno River to our camp site. Night: dinner and exiting night walk.
Day 1

Cuyabeno River. Three hour hike in the primary forest to learn about flora and fauna, including lessons in the use of plants for survival. Late afternoon: Relax, go to Caimancocha and Patococha for birdwatching, sunset at Laguna Grande with a chance for some refreshing swimming and caiman (alligator) searching.
Day 2

Cuyabeno River. Morning: An hour and a half boat rides down the river to a Siona indigenous community to interact and learn about their traditions and customs by making some local food. After a visit to a shaman to learn about his secrets about the ancestral knowledge of shamanism. At night we enjoy watching hundreds of different insects coming to special lamps connected to solar system to attract them.
Day 3

Cuyabeno River. Morning: An hour and a half boat rides down the river to a Siona indigenous community to interact and learn about their traditions and customs by making some local food. After a visit to a shaman to learn about his secrets about the ancestral knowledge of shamanism. At night we enjoy watching hundreds of different insects coming to special lamps connected to solar system to attract them.

What to bring.

  • Cotton shirts
  • Small backpack (waterproof)
  • Insect repellent
  • Shorts, 2 or more
  • T- Shirts, 3 or more
  • Binoculars
  • Torch (flashlight)
  • Sun block
  • Bathing suit
  • Cotton underwear
  • Original Passport
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat or cap
  • Water Canteen
  • Sweater
  • Toiletries
  • Long trousers
  • Cotton socks
  • Comfortable walking sandals
  • Money
Day 4

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