Depending on the activities chosen, our tours in the Yasuní Biosphere range from 2 to 5 days.
Yasuní is the largest protected area in continental Ecuador. It protects an impressive biodiversity in the heart of the Amazon rain forest and part of the territory of the Waorani nationality. In the Yasuní surprising biodiversity has been reported for several groups of flora and fauna that have never before been registered in any protected area.
Here you’ll find exuberant species such as squirrel monkeys, and howler monkeys; as well as birds like oropendolas, parrots, toucans, cormorant, cacique, etc. Within Yasuní, its jungles and wide rivers overflow with life and mysteries like the jaguar, anaconda, black caiman, harpy eagle, and leoncillo or pygmy marmoset, the smallest primate in the world. With it’s great variety of reptiles, amphibians, birds, and plants Yasuní is among the most biodiverse in the world.
To protect the biodiversity of Yasuní and the indigenous people of the Tagaeri and Taromenane that chose to live in voluntary Isolation, Yasuní was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1989
We offer you the opportunity to visit and know one of the most diverse and richest places in the world. Here we can enjoy the biodiversity has made this place a Biosphere Reserve. It is an excellent place for nature lovers, conservationists, explorers, and all travelers alike. Yasuní is located 92km from Coca or 3 hours by boat down the Napo River. While in Yasuní, we will be staying in comfortable cabins – or you like roughing it in tents. With this as our base and our experienced guides to lead us, we will head out daily to different activities such as bird watching, nature hikes to observe the different plants and animals of the jungle, and night walks. These activities and more are aimed at giving you the best experiences this magnificent place has to offer.
Amazon Travel Tours is an Ecuadorian Tourism Agency dedicated to providing top-quality tourism services. We employ highly trained and bilingual naturalists guides certified by the Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Environment (MAE)
In Coca, Ecuador (Francisco de Orellana).
Crossroads: Amazonas and Espejo under the Hotel Safari in front of the Marina (Malecon)