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We offer twon kinds of programs:


From 1 day to 4 o 5 days and to 8 to 15 days.




- Program from 1 day to 4 or 5 days:

Location: Yasuni National Park Reserve
Community: Quichuas
Duration: From 1 day to 4 days and 3 nights or 5 days and 4 nights
FIRST DAY (Day 1): At 9h00 am We leave for the city of El Coca. We traveled by private or public transportation from Tena for 6 hours to the lagoon deLimoncha we stop for lunch. We then embark on a canoe sail along the lagoon for approximately 1-2 hours. depending on time of arrival. In the way we'll see colorful birds and Amazonian vegetation. We arrived at the quichua

- Program to 8 to 15 days.

Location: Yasuni National Park Reserve

Community: Huaorani
Minimum duration: 8 days
                   Maximum: 15 days
From the city of Tena we left very early in the morning to the city of El Coca. We traveled by private or public transport for 3 hours until the bridge over the river Shiripuno for lunch. Then we board a motor boat to sail down the river to find a suitable place to install our tents, and so on. The remaining days will have several activities with a similar route in the area of Yasuni National Park in Huaorani territory.

Our journey has the tour of two rivers: the River and Cononaco Shiripuno River. On the trip you can see different species of monkeys: spider, scream, woolly, squirrel, black, mantle, tamarin (tamarins), cappuccinos, etc; other mammals such as tapirs, peccaries, giant otters, pink dolphins, and capybaras; birds and fish.
You can see birds like the red and blue macaw (parrot) blue and yellow macaw, parrots and meny. In these places it is easy to appreciate life in the jungle, since man and nature live in harmony. Thus you can see many different species that no longer are exploited in different areas. The canoe trip is purchase and covers most 600 km in Napo, Pastaza and Orellana provinces.
Going into the jungle and black gaps can see red and white piraras that are rich when cooked in Maito (typical food) like the black Caymans. Teachers of black lagoons, can fish piranhas and fish such as catfish bearded river.

We start our journey in the Shiripino river to the Cononaco river where we crossed the land of the Tagaeris (Human uncontacted group) to reach the mouth of the Curaray river with the Cononaco river, border with Peru. We stop in a Huaorani community, there is diversity of birds that are kept as "life partners" in traditional houses as the trumpeters, parrots, owls and parrots. The return journey is by this river to the point of departure in Shiripuno Bridge and then to Puerto San Francisco de Orellana.
We will use two tents and sleep beaches rivers, stocks, etc. Each tour is organized by Misahualli Wildlife Center with Rodolfo Aguinda to guide forest, with a minimum of 4 persons. Each person will take your clothes (long pants and long-sleeved shirts, vests, shorts, flashlight), toiletries, binoculars, light shoes dry quickly, and medicines for allergies, waterproof, insecticide, spray, camera and other necessary items and personal.

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community where we will stay overnight in one of the cabins at the community or will camp in tents around, we know a bit of the local culture and share experiences. At the evening we will find alligators in the lagoon.

SECOND DAY (Day 2): Breakfast at 5h00 am. and after a 2 hour trip by canoe we will be in the primary forest of the Yasuni National Park, where our guide will explain the various forms of life that exist in these areas, such as giant trees (Ceibos), orchids, heliconias and bromeliads. We reached a very special place where many parrots come to eat clay that is important to them to neutralize toxins in the food they ingest and also in many mammals. In the afternoon, after lunch, we introduce in Yasuni jungle to admire the beauty of the Amazon jungle and a variety of monkeys and birds through the giant towers built in the trees, which are: the ceiba trees, but in the afternoon depending on the time we do a cultural exchange with local people. We will play and ended the evening with a refreshing swim in the Napo River.
THIRD DAY (Day 3): Breakfast at 8h00 am. After traveling in a motorized canoe downstream to the whole team to observe the great diversity of wildlife in one of the lagoons in the Yasuni National Park: the Pañacocha lagoon. In the afternoon we will hike for 2 hours in primary forest to see the mega-diversity of plant species, such as curare (used in hunting), ceibos (giant tree, a source of hunting gear). Let's play to be "Tarzan" in the vines and more parts of the jungle. There are also mammals such as spider monkeys, howler monkeys, marmosets, etc. By observation, before sunset, we will stop and we will set up our tents on the banks of Lake Pañacocha or in one of the cabins available in the community so we can spend the night. At night we make a campfire.
FOURTH DAY (Day 4): Breakfast at 8h00 am. and then there will enter deeper into the jungle upriver in motorized canoe. We rest for lunch and a swim in the river. In the afternoon we'll find a good place to fish for piranhas and other species. During this time we will be able to see birds like macaws, orioles, toucans, herons, albatrosses, etc.
FIFTH DAY (Day 5): Breakfast at 7:30 am and then sailed up the river to the park entrance, then to the Coca and Puerto Francisco de Orellana. Next, let's take a public bus to El Coca, where the tour ends.
It Includes: Transportation canoe engine by the river. Food and mineral water. Native guide. Boots, rain ponchos, fishing equipment and camping gear.
Not included: Transportation to Quito or Tena El Coca, and back. Flashlight, insect repellent, bathing suit, light clothing. Yasuni entrance fee ($ 20). First breakfast. Last dinner. Personal documentation. Extra expenses.
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