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Exploring the Jaguar Trail – Amazon Rainforest
Traveling to the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador is discovering the rich biodiversity of the tropical rain forest. Most of the plant and animal species live within its mysterious virgin forests, protected in National Parks such as Yasuni and the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve. Involved with the coexistence of the Kichwa Culture, through its Community Tourism Initiatives, in the Ribera del Río Napo.
Naturalist guide, Bilingual guide, Local Guide
Ruku Pichinca Trail
Sacha Ñampi Lodge
Sacha Ñampi community project belonging to the Alta Florencia Kichwa commune” is located approximately 292 kilometers away by river from the city of Puerto Francisco de Orellana (El Coca). This community has great tourism potential in natural, cultural and gastronomic resources.
During our tour you will be able to meet different community tourism enterprises of the Kichwa culture that inhabits the profile of the Napo River until you reach the majestic Yasuni National Park, where you will enjoy its pure landscape and the tranquility that the jungle offers us.
A symbol of the enigmatic power of the Amazon, the jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas. Jaguars have unusually large, round heads, short legs and a stunning coat dotted with dark rosettes and spots. They often live near water and are good swimmers.
It has been known historically for the hardness of its wood, both by local cultures that have used it since ancient times to build powerful spears, as well as by current mestizo cultures that use it for the construction of furniture or even for the formation of wooden beams. medium
Woodpeckers feed mainly on insects and larvae that they take out of the bark of trees with their long and extensible tongue, others eat fruit and ants; some species rarely go down to the ground and feed on some seeds that have fallen from the trees. The nests are made inside hollows of living or dead trunks.
Tree frogs are a diverse family of amphibians that includes over 800 species. Not all tree frogs live in trees. Rather, the feature that unites them has to do with their feet—the last bone in their toes (called the terminal phalanx) is shaped like a claw. Tree frogs also have toe pads to help them climb and many have extra skeletal structures in their toes.
Exploring the Jaguar Trail
- Jatuncocha Lagoon
- Kichwa Culture
- Enchanted Jungle
4H72+24 Florencia, Ecuador
C6R3+Q9 Cosanga, Ecuador
It’s necessary to bring a vaccine certificate or a negative test for Covid.19, a mask and disinfectant alcohol, light clothing, long-sleeved pants and shirts, light jacket, hat, small backpack, insect repellent, rechargeable battery-powered flashlight, sunscreen, battery-powered or battery-powered camera, binoculars and passport or identity card.
- Departure Time
- 7:00 am
- Return Time
- 5:00 pm
Accommodation in private cabins
Entrance to trails and cultural activities
Personalized assistance in El Coca city
Loan of rubber boots and rain poncho
- Not Included
Other activities that aren't detailed in the itinerary
Land or air transportation to the city of Coca and back to your origin
COVID-19 rapid tests
Pick up at the land terminal or hotel
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