Amazon Trails


The Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest, occupies about a third of Ecuador, providing incomparable opportunities for experiencing the magic of an amazing primary forest. Among some of the most extraordinary reserves, there is Yasuni National Park with an area of 9,800 km2 between the Napo and Curaray Rivers. The national park lies within the Napo moist forests ecoregion and was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1989, as it features one of the world’s richest levels of vascular plants, being one of nine places in the world that has over 4,000 species of them per 10,000 km2, and becoming one of the most diverse places in the planet.

This ancestral territory is also the home for the Huaorani indigenous people and to two uncontacted indigenous groups, the Tagaeri and the Taromenane.
The Ecuadorian Amazon basin not only has one of the world’s best developed infrastructures for rainforest tourism, but also one of the best primary jungles in the región.

At first, I thought I was fighting to save rubber trees, then I thought I was fighting to save the Amazon rainforest. Now I realize I am fighting for humanity

Francisco Alves Mendes Filho


  • Wildlife watching in the Yasuní reserve, the most biodiverse place on the planet.
  • Meet with forest-dwelling indigenous groups.
  • Enjoy one of the best birdwatching in South America.
  • Canopy towers and bridges offer magnificent views and wildlife encounters.
  • Ancestral shamanic rituals.
  • Stay in well-appointed and comfortable ecolodges or river cruises.
  • Learn the dynamics of the jungle with local and naturalist guides.
  • Nocturnal explorations to spot the night creatures of the forest. 

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