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The Ecuadorian Amazon
A journey down the world’s longest and mightiest river lets visitors marvel at Ecuador’s flora and fauna, while learning about the rich cultures of the Amazonian peoples.
Sunset on the Napo River, one of the Amazon’s main tributaries.
The Napo River is the region’s main transportation route.
Bird watching is the main attraction on Limoncocha, which means “Lemon Lake.” The area is home 295 species of birds, as well as the black caiman.
Héctor, a guide on our expedition, shows tourists how certain Amazonian plants are used to make different objects.
Sumak Allpa Island on the Napo River is a nature preserve dedicated to the protection and conservation of primate species. The animals have the run of its nearly 300 acres.
Hiking in Parque Nacional Yasuní, a natural reserve that boasts the greatest biodiversity in Ecuador and Latin America. In this UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, visitors have a chance to see over 320 bird species, plus insects, reptiles and mammals. The 200-foot-tall observation tower overlooks the entire park.
Canoeing to Añangu Lagoon, site of the famous Napo Wildlife Center lodge. Kichwa people from Añangu teach tourists about their culture. The leader of Añangu’s Kichwa community wears a necklace made of Amazonian seeds called curi muyo. Guests arriving at the Napo Wildlife Center Lodge.
Poisonous mushrooms come in several varieties and colors in Parque Nacional Yasuní.
A black caiman in the waters of Limoncocha.
A salt lick for parrots at the entrance of Parque Nacional Yasuní. Every morning at eight o’clock, hundreds of thousands of parrots come here to feed on the rich minerals, salts and lime.
This spiky seed is used as a hairbrush by the Amazonian peoples.
Bird watching on Limoncocha Lagoon.
To Quito daily from Guayaquil and Miami, five days a week from Lima, four days a week from Medellin and three days a week from Cali.
This Ecuadorian company offers different programs for exploring the Amazon River.
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