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Price per Person
936 USD
Service Level
Comfort Camping / Glamping
Travel Style
Activity Level
Level 3 IMG 20160917 WA0003
Group Size
Max 8 - Avg. 4
Minimum Age
14 years old
Start / Finish
Quito, Ecuador
Year Round
Wildlife Hiking Fishing Kayaking Caoning Cultural

With the Amazon camping expedition, you will have the Amazon Basin at your fingertips. It is the perfect adventure for nature lovers, jungle explorers and wildlife watchers who would like to experience the untouched Amazon. You will discover Ecuador's Amazon in the Yasuni National Park, world famous for its tremendous biodiversity and its authentic indigenous cultures which are still very much alive. On this trip, while kayaking down rivers and lagoons, you will feel as if the animals are following you. You will see displays of parrots, toucans, macaws, king fishers, herons flying across the river, as well as curious giant otters who will approach the canoe to have a look. Many different types of monkeys will be jumping on the trees and there will be chances to spot jaguars, the master cat predators of the jungle. The Kichwa native people will share their history and we will learn about their rich connection with Mother Nature.

Flip to the Ecuador mainland and depart for the ultimate deep-Amazon kayak expedition in a remote and untouched area of the UNESCO YASUNI Biosphere Reserve & National Park. Experience the tremendous biodiversity and wildlife of the reserve and connect with a native Kichwa tribe still living in the authentic and traditional way, while camping in the heart of the dense rainforest. Live the adventure as you promote long-term conservation and sustainability in two of the most precious,diverse ecosystems in the world!

"Unique Experiences:"

  • Camp along the river shore in the heart of the Amazon rainforest and explore the jungle in the dark through an amazing night hike
  • Share time with native Kichwa people, hearing their stories and legends and learning about their traditions, which are still alive. 


Day 1: Quito - Coca - Mandari panga

Day 1: Quito - Coca - Mandari panga
Day 1: Quito - Coca - Mandari panga
Upon arrival in the city of Coca, you will be picked up by the staff of Mandari Panga to begin your tour. They will have the option to have breakfast before starting the journey to the camp, which is located within the Yasuní National Park, immersed in the enormous biodiversity of the area that is considered worldwide as one of the largest in the world. The trip will take 2 hours in land transport, an hour and a half in motorized canoe traveling along the Tiputini River with the whole extension of the park adorning the landscape. They will arrive to Mandari Panga where they can be accommodated in the first class camping tents (located in typical constructions of high platforms with roof safe of mosquitoes), they will enjoy a delicious lunch; They will have a traditional welcome drink along with a small introductory talk by a guide. In the afternoon you will make a walk in the jungle with a duration of one hour and a half or two hours where you will observe some species of animals that live in the area, and then enjoy a delicious dinner served in the common dining room, where you can also share a pleasant moment with the rest of the passengers and staff of Mandari Panga. 

Accommodation: Mandari Panga
Meals : Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Huangana Trail Walk (Wild pig) trail- Visit Gran mother native house

Day 2: Huangana Trail Walk (Wild pig) trail- Visit Gran mother native house
Day 2: Huangana Trail Walk (Wild pig) trail- Visit Gran mother native house
After a delicious breakfast in the morning, you will cross the Tiputini river by canoe to the other shore to begin your hike in Huangana Trail that crosses the virgin forest where you will be partakers of the wild life in its maximum splendor, surrounded by the surrounding sounds of the nature and the screams of howler monkeys. The duration of the walk in a circle, is approximately 5 to 6 hours and at the end will be the canoe to go back to the camp; lunch delicious local cuisine in a place full of history and tradition, an old family home, which was rebuilt and now is the dining room of visitors, then you can rest to continue with the next walk in the Lamedero Sahino (wild pig clay lick), named for the species of mountain pig which is called pecari existing in the area with an approximate duration of one hour. In the afternoon, they will take a short canoe ride that will take them to visit the Abuela House (grandmother house), a traditional native construction of the Amazon allowing them to share a valuable time with members of the community, on this site they will participate in the elaboration of artisan chocolate traditional drink Chicha of yuca and many other amazon on skills. They will return to the camp and enjoy a delicious dinner, and then go on a night walk of about 1 hour where they can see all kinds of amphibians, fireflies, insects and arachnids.

Accommodation: Mandari Panga
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Visit to parrots clay lick - Loma Tucan birds watching - Tucan Trail

Day 3: Visit to parrots clay lick - Loma Tucan birds watching - Tucan Trail
Day 3: Visit to parrots clay lick - Loma Tucan birds watching - Tucan Trail
After breakfast, you will take a canoe trip of approximately 40 minutes again the current of Tiputini River , in this way you will be able to observe some species of animals, until you reach a small branch of a stream called Rumiyacu (stone river) that will guide you to the Parrot Lick: the place most representative of animal life and especially in variety of birds among them are: toucans, parrots, macaws, pigeons and other species of animals such as small tamarin monkeys, pigmy marmoset monkeys ,in addition the place has sometimes predators such as: snakes, boas and raptors. At noon, they will return to the camp where lunch will be served to rest a little later. At around 3:30 p.m., the trek will begin along a new trail near the camp known as the Tucan Trail, which lasts approximately one hour; Back in the camp, you will go fishing for piranhas and other fish along the Tiputini River that can be served at the dinner that will be prepared upon arrival at the camp. 

Accommodation: Mandari Panga
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Return to Coca

Day 4: Return to Coca
Day 4: Return to Coca
Breakfast will be served early in the morning depending on the time your transport returns to Quito. They will leave the camp in a motorized canoe for an hour and a half and then take a 2 hours land transport to the city of Coca, then continue with their return trip. If the group has a flight in the afternoon or departure from the group by land, you could have an activity in the morning, an early lunch from Mandari Panga.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch

  • Transportation: private and comfortable land transportation, motorized canoe, dugout canoe
  • Accommodation based on double occupancy: 3 nights in Amazon Explorer Campsite - comfortable safari stile tent camping inside of Yasuni National Park.
  • Meals Included: 3 Breakfast, 4 Lunches and 3 Dinners
  • Activities: Navigations in Tiputini River, Anaconda lagoon, parrots clay lick (Saladero), Hiking in pristine forest, Visiting the native Kichwa communities, Wildlife spotting, Night hikes
  • Gear:Dry bags, life jackets, dugout canoe with outboard motor, rubber boots.
  • Staff: Certified AJ expert English-speaking naturalist trip leader and local guides


  • Airfare Quito-Coca round trip (optional travel by bus)
  • My Own Room & Tent supplement $260
  • International flights
  • Airport transfers to/from Quito airport
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Required immunizations (mandatory)
  • Required immunizations (mandatory) (yellow fiver vaccination)
  • Meals not described in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips ($30 – $40 per person for guides and staff)
  • Donations to the community – Contact our info@adventurejourneys.com for guide lines

  • In this journey, you will experience mostly hot and humid weather, sometimes at night gets a bit cold.

    We recommend the use of a duffel bag (60 liters) for the main luggage and a daypack (20 liters) with rain cover for activities, if possible bring a 10 liters dry bag for your small belongings while SUP, the luggage will be transport by canoe to the campsite.


• Travel insurance
• Airline tickets if applicable
• Credit or debit card
• 1 Buff
• 1 Fleece top
• 1 Rain jacket
• 1 Rain pants
• 4 Shirts/t-shirts
• 1 Long sleeve water t-shirt
• 2 Shorts
• 2 Long trousers or light hiking pants
• 1 Swimming suit
• 1 Extra formal clothing for the nightlife optional while in Quito
• 1 Sport sandals (Chacos, keens or similar)
• 1 Flip flops
• 1 Tennis shoes
• 1 Expedition hat
• 1 Watch or alarm clock
• 1 Binoculars
• 1 Insect repellent
• 1 Sun cream 50 SPF
• 1 Flash light
• 1 Camera – waterproof if possible with extra batteries
• 1 Water bottle
• 1 Sunglasses
• First-aid kit(should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking)

It is our intention to adhere to the itinerary described; however, due to our travel style, on occasions, it may be necessary or desirable to make small changes. Weather conditions and unpredictable local circumstances may lead us to make alterations to the route and/or travel times. Hotels and flight schedules might change according to availability. Any mention of specific wildlife in the itinerary or trip details is not a guarantee that it will be seen during the trip.


30 min. flight each way (Quito-Coca-Quito).


From 4 to 6 hours per day.

15 kilometers - 10 miles per day.


1 hours driving each way to river.


All year


Pichincha, Orellana and Pastaza provinces.


Yasuni National Park


220m (700 ft)


Day 15-34ºC / 59-93ºF - Night 12-17ºC / 53-62ºF


Moderate to Challenging. This program is located in an undeveloped remote area, the kayaking is not difficult, because both Tiputini river and Amarum - cocha Lagoon have no big rapids, the hiking is in irregular terrain sometimes muddy and wet.


Double inflatable kayaks ( AIRE & NRS ) paddles (NRS) lifejackets, dry bags, rubber boots, tents (EUREKA & COLEMAN ) matresses.


Traveling with Adventure Journeys you will have the possibility to experience and taste local food and snacks. Your guide will help you identify typical food and suggest the best places to enjoy it. Some meals are not included in order to give you some flexibility about where, what and with whom to eat. You have the option to share these meals with the group, however there is no obligation to do this. If you have any allergies or food restrictions, please inform AJ prior to your departure.

Vegetarians, Vegans and Gluten Free people are very welcome in our trip, our guides are always ready to coordinate with chefs and restaurants for substitute meals for them, as Ecuador is very well known for its great diversity of gastronomy.


All prices are based on double-occupancy. If you are traveling solo, you will be matched with another participant of your same sex. If you prefer to have a single room, please contact AJ prior to your departure to arrange your accommodation at an extra cost.


All AJ guides and trip leaders are highly experienced, licensed from the Tourism University to operate in Ecuador and certified as Wilderness Adventure First Aid respondents. They all have approved several extra training courses for kayaking, rafting, biking and horse riding, besides this they all are Ecuadorian and have a fantastic personality. We always carry a complete first aid kit in our trips.
In some locations and for some activities, local guides join the trip leaders to provide an added service and make sure we practice sustainable tourism involving local indigenous people in our operation.

In the Galapagos Islands, minimum 4 participants for the AJ trip leader service are required.


Clients receive interpretation and education about the ecology and conservation of the Andes, Amazon rain forest and Galapagos Islands, and learn about the factors that threaten it. We aim to promote long-term conservation of both local people cultural identity and the environment. We transport out and recycle all non-organic garbage and we prefer to work with local suppliers. Your visit will encourage the local communities to support responsible eco-tourism as a sustainable alternative for their living.


Please inform AJ of any existing medical conditions (i.e. pregnancy, diabetes, etc). Yellow fever, Hepatitis B vaccination and Malaria Medication are recommended when traveling to the tropics. Please ask your doctor for advice. 

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