Now you’re deep within the Napo Region. Imagine yourself travelling through the Amazon and embarking on one of the greatest adventures of your life. The sights and sounds are unlike anything you’ve ever seen, maybe only in the movies. Birds fly overhead, the sun peaks through the trees and you feel the flashes of rays hit you as you glide through rivers. This is exactly what the rafting, hiking and chocolate jungle adventure is all about, connecting with Nature and becoming one with the Amazon. Forget that you’re human for a second and become the river. Join us on this rafting jungle adventure.
Your first day will consists of enjoying 24 kilometres of the Jatun Yacu River’s big rushing waters. This incredible river is about 30 minutes from Tena, and is a tributary to the Amazon River. This is when the rafting jungle adventure fun begins! You will also get to raft a few kilometres into the exciting Napo River.
The epic five-day adventure takes you through Limoncocha, a national biological reserve
Limoncocha is home to a myriad of different animals and insects. Your second day will consist of hopping off the raft and using your legs! You will get to go bird watching and even piraña fishing! Talk about taking a jungle adventure to new heights!
Day three, you trek through the jungle to visit the Giant Ceibo Tree located within the reserve. This is an area brimming with history and mystery. You will also embark on a night caiman trek. Wake up to day four in Limoncocha as you spend a cultural morning with a Kichwa Family before transferring to Tena. The jungle adventure continues!
Your trip will end with an incredible guided day trips filled with incredible sights and tastes. First you will head to “The Gran Cañón” del Jondachi, a beautiful spot with waterfalls, natural swimming pools and lush vegetation. You will continue on your guided visit to an Organic Chocolate Farm. The Farm trip includes beautiful opportunities to connect with the local environment and make your own chocolate!
We suggest you mentally prepare for the amount of times your breath will be taken away
Not only does this trekking and rafting jungle adventure offer you new sights and sounds, but also new knowledge. You will get to experience days of cultural growth as you visit with a Kichwa family, learn crafting techniques, discuss societal differences, and bask in each other’s company.