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Ecuador & Galapagos Islands: The Ecuadorian Amazon

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The moorlands of upland Ecuador fall away through cloud forested slopes down to the jungles of the Amazon basin (Oriente), which occupies half the country but, still undeveloped and even unexplored, is home to only 5% of the population. It's a true wilderness of exuberant rainforest and remote indian communities. The region is easily accessible from by air but also by road and boat. The Oriente is under threat from the logging and oil industry but members of the local community are very eco-conscious and sensitive to the preservation of the rainforest environment, some have opened up their villages to welcome visitors.

Our holidays to The Ecuadorian Amazon

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Galapagos Sealion

Family Ecuador and Galapagos: Amazonian tribe and wildlife encounters

Private journey

13 days from £5,254pp

Tailor-made holidays

We specialise in creating bespoke holidays designed according to your specific requirements.

Our tailor-made holiday service includes:

  • • A dedicated and friendly specialist to guide you through the planning process
  • • Our unrivalled knowledge of the region based on over 36 years' of expertise
  • • Access to the widest range of accommodation and activity options
  • • Your perfect itinerary, crafted exclusively for you

Speak to an expert 020 8747 8315

Things to do in The Ecuadorian Amazon

Sani Community, Ecuadorian Amazon

Stay with an Amazonian tribe

Spot Wildlife in the Amazon

Spot wildlife in the Ecuadorian Amazon


Amazon Cruise

Ecuadorian Amazon cruise

What our experts say

While staying at a lodge in the Ecuadorian Amazon I went for a wander into the camp where the local guides lived. Before long despite the language barriers we had managed to get onto the subject of football, which led to an impromptu match in the thundering rain between guides and guests! Wet through and covered in mud, both sides finished the game with broad smiles on their faces and some new friends. So my advice would be, wherever you are in Latin America and however limited your Spanish, Portuguese or Quechua might be, try and have a chat with the local guides whenever you can.

Jim

Jim Ashworth

Travel Consultants

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