Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical forest on Earth, crossed by rivers which flow into the Amazon. The Ecuadorian part of this great forest, also known as "el Oriente", is an extremely diverse region due to the different altitudinal tiers close to the Andes. This coupled with its tropical temperature, high rainfall and rugged topography, originates a high level of biodiversity and endemism.

The Ecuadorian Upper Amazon Basin is home to several indigenous nations, each one with its own characteristic features such as language, customs and own Cosmo vision. Considered a natural treasure for the wealth it contains, the Amazon Rainforest is one of the last regions on the planet that, for its high levels of biological and cultural diversity, it is being considered as a strategic area to be preserved.


Amazon bespoke
Jungle expeditions, navigation in paddle canoe, rafting and kayaking, birdwatching, contact with local communities, are some of the activities that you can select in a tailor-made trip to the Ecuadorian Amazon region.
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To view the tropical rain forest in all its splendor and to have greater opportunities of encounters with animals, it is necessary to go deeply into the Amazon Rainforest. For this reason we have chosen the farthest and most protected place, where the only way to reach it is by air and river navigation.

A trip to the Amazon Rainforest booked with SunWind Travel is a true adventure into the deepest Ecuadorian "Oriente" where you will feel detached from civilization and in intimate contact with the wild.

Napo Wildlife Center - 5 days / 4 nights

Napo Wildlife Center

Enjoy the comfort of the best Amazon Eco-lodge in Ecuador that includes the conservation of more than 21.400 hectares of the most pristine rainforest in the Yasuní National Park, an important reserve of the biosphere by the UNESCO and the largest area of tropical forest in Ecuador. With only 16 private cabanas, Napo Wildlife Center offers a service of the highest class.

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