Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve

Discover The Amazon From The Comfort Of Our Jungle Lodge

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Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve 

Spend 4 days 3 nights far into the Amazon in a jungle lodge on the wildlife reserve Cuyabeno. All the days on the reserve are filled with an array of rainforest activities and tours. Each activity is designed in a way that you experience the flora and fauna of the  jungle, providing you unique perspective of the reserve. Here you will encounter exotic jungle animals from the comfort of a lodge.

Day 1. Quito-Lago Agrio-Cuyabeno

  • Take a bus (trip the night before the tour - 8 hours) to Lago Agrio. The you will take private land transportation from Lago Agrio to El Puente. 

  • Take a canoe trip down the Cuyabeno River to our lodge to have lunch. 

  • Visit the Laguna Grande to swim and enjoy the sunset.

  • Eat dinner and afterwards enjoy an exciting night walk.

Day 2. Cuyabeno

  • Breakfast is served at the lodge. 

  • Paddle in a traditional canoe on Laguna Caimancocha to enjoy the uniqueness of nature.

  • Lunch is served at the camp. 

  • Later the group hikes in the primary forest including lessons on the use of medicinal plants for survival. 

  • Before returning to camp, relax in the Laguna Grande, where you can swim and enjoy the sunset. If conditions permit, you  may be able to see pink dolphins.

  • Return to the lodge and have dinner.

Day 3. Cuyabeno

  • Breakfast is served at the lodge. 

  • Visit the community Siona Tarapuy where the naturalist guide will explain the culture and traditions of native people.

  • The tour eats lunch mid-day. 

  • Go for a jungle walk and then return to camp. 

  • Eat dinner at the camp.

  • The tour will then go for a night canoe expedition in search of alligators.

Day 4. Cuyabeno-Lago Agrio-Quito

  • There is early morning bird watching and then breakfast. 

  • The tour will then navigate the Cuyabeno river back to El Puente to then eat box lunch. 

  • Then you will transfer to Lago Agrio, where the tour will end

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The flora and fauna is the most diverse

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Pristine and diverse water make Tena ideal for river activities


Explore canyons, caves and waterfalls


Learn about the Kichwa and the Waorani indigenous cultures

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Av. Antisana (Perimetral) y Manuel M. Rosales Barrio 30 de Diciembre
Tena, Ecuador

+593 6-284-7449

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