The Amazon

Into the Heart of the Rainforest

This region engages all the senses as travelers immerse themselves in the rainforest and visit indigenous communities. The Ecuadorean Amazon boasts nine natural reserves and three national parks, with Yasuní National Park among them. It’s not only a paradise for birdwatchers, but also a habitat for over 800 species of fish, 350 species of reptiles, more than 300 species of mammals, and thousands of insects, plants, and trees. Prepare to encounter the mystery and adventure of being in one of the most biodiverse locations in the world.


Into the Heart of the Rainforest

Communities and Nature

The Amazon region is renowned for its natural beauty; however, the indigenous communities give it color and music.  Among the ethnic groups you may encounter are the Huaorani, Achuar, Siona, and Kichwa communities. You will witness their dedicated efforts to preserve their traditions and their openness in sharing their way of life with visitors.


Immerse yourself in the wonders of the Amazon through our thoughtfully designed programs. Journey deep into the rainforest under with native experts, where you might catch sight of a troop of squirrel monkeys gracefully swinging from tree to tree, or even the chance encounter with pink dolphin as you glide along the river in your canoe. And for those seeking more adventure, explore the forest at night, where trees seem to come to life, and nature’s symphony fills the air.

"The Amazon basin has earned Ecuador its place among the 17 megadiverse countries worldwide. Embark on an adventure to uncover the secrets of this magical ecosystem by visiting some of the most exceptional lodges."


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