Lago Agrio, El Puente

Flight (9:20am ECT) or bus (one day prior-7 hour trip) to Lago Agrio.

Lago Agrio, El Puente– Canoe through the Cuyabeno River (approx. 3 hours) while our guides give lectures about the area’s flora and fauna. Arrive at Canangueno Lodge to relax before dinner and a night walk.

Rio Cuyabeno

After breakfast we will visit the Siona Seoqueya Community of Tarapuy accompanied by our guides that will explain the cultures and traditions. Additionally there will be a demonstration of the making of earrings, necklaces, shigras (woven bags), and casabe (yuca bread).

At afternoon we will enjoy the magic of nature by the Cuyabeno River listening to bird calls, monkeys, and- with a little luck- catch a glimpse of pink dolphins and much more.

Rio Cuyabeno

After breakfast we will embark on a motorized canoe and will visit the large lagoon where we will walk through the main forest. Our guides will talk about the flora and fauna here, along with the various uses of medicinal plants. We will then enjoy an evening at the Horizante de Cuyabeno before returning to the Lodge at night to observe the alligators.

Rio Cuyabeno

Enjoy animal watching at 6:00am by the Cuyabeno River before returning for breakfast. Depart from the Lodge at 9:30am to el Puente (Arrive at Lago Agrio at 4:00pm) and take a bus or plane back to Quito.

It includes Does not include
Private transportation from Quito to Limon Indanza experienced bilingual naturalist guide / translator
Additional beverages and tips, souvenirs from native communities, Any no specified service.
Accommodation in Hotel, camping equipment, life jackets, lunch and dinner on the first day
Rain coat (Poncho), Robbert boots. extra meals, drinks
Three meals a day on the next days and breakfast and lunch on the last day, purified bottled water, tea, coffee, cuisine that caters vegetarians and vegans
The package includes land and river transportation to the cave from Limón, necessary equipment for speleology and camping, lodging in community, speleology guides and native guides and entrance permits to the cave.

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