4 days 3 nights
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Follow Victor to discover the jungle in a different way, more respectful of nature and local communities.
We promise you an immersion into the Kichwa culture. With us, you can travel with the concept of “responsible tourism”. Try it and make our planet great again !
Departure from the meeting point, the city of Tena, at 6am towards the PIWI sector, arrival expected at 7am. We will walk through the jungle for about 2,5 hours to reach the Ilukulín river where our tents will be located. Of course, we will take appropriate breaks during the walk depending on the physical condition of the visitors. Activities to be carried out :
- explanations on medicinal plants ;
- explanations on traditional traps ;
- swimming in the Chonta Yaku river ;
- night walk.
We wake up at 6am to listen to the jungle awaken, followed by breakfast at 7am. Then we will do a long walk of about 4 hours to reach the campsite in a house of a Kichwa family.
During the walk, it will be possible to admire petroglyphs (symbolic drawings engraved in stone) and enjoy explanations on the different species of trees, birds...
Lunch will be taken at 1pm and dinner will be taken the evening with the Kichwa family.
Wake up at 8am and have breakfast at 8:30am, followed by a walk of about 4 hours, passing by numerous waterfalls, to arrive at Llanganate National Park. During the walk, we can enjoy a break at a superb viewpoint.
Inside Llanganate National Park we will have the opportunity to see incredible mammal species such as the spectacled bear and some of the 20 species of reptiles and amphibians present in the park. We will have dinner at 7pm and spend the night in the park where we will have a night walk followed by a campfire.
Breakfast at 8am then return to the city of Tena. Arrival expected around noon.
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