Selvas Tropicales en Ecuador

Los monos y las aves tropicales le dan a las selvas tropicales ecuatorianas una personalidad bulliciosa, viajando ruidosamente de árbol en árbol. Las caminatas lo llevarán a conocer cascadas y una densa y colorida vegetación. Los Amazonas aún albergan una población considerablemente grande de gente indígena. Algunas poblaciones estarán dispuestas a interactuar con los visitantes, aunque muchas prefieren optar por mantener la distancia. Las compañías petroleras han presentado una amenaza a las junglas ecológicamente diversas en las últimas décadas, así que los lodges a través de las selvas tropicales normalmente enfatizan la importancia del turismo sostenible.

Cuyabeno Ecuador
Cuyabeno

Amazon

Swamps and wetlands attract a huge variety of birds — keep your voice low and paddle closer with the help of a guide. You'll need a guide to see this part of the rainforest! Besides helping you navigate the dense scenery, your guide can help you spot some of this landscape’s most interesting plants and animals.

Tena Ecuador
Tena

Amazon

As you would expect in the rainforest, Tena is home to a huge variety of wildlife. Many of these animals are highly elusive, but on hikes here you can expect to see toucans and many different species of monkey.

Tena is a small town, but the largest in Ecuador’s Amazon. During your visit you can choose from lodges that surround you with the sights and sounds of the jungle. Hike through the surrounding rainforest to see some spectacular waterfalls, like the San Rafael Waterfall or Las Latas. San Rafael is a gigantic cascade, while Las Latas is gentle enough for swimming in the pool below.