Amazon rainforest tours offer an unforgettable adventure. With awe-inspiring natural attractions and thrilling experiences, the Ecuadorian Amazon jungle attracts countless travelers from all around the world.
At first glance, the Ecuadorian rainforest is a vast desert green. However, when viewed carefully, this ecosystem is full of surprises for visitors. Not only is each very different from the other tree but there are also hundreds of other species of plants and animals in constant interaction.
These forests are found in Central America, Africa and Asia, but the larger area extends throughout the South American Amazon. The Ecuadorian jungle is home to nine natural reserves, including the two largest protected areas of the continent, the Yasuni National Park and the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve.
When looking at the Amazon rainforest map, there are plenty of fascinating places to discover. You can immerse yourself in the beauty of the jungle and hike through dense trails, see exotic wildlife, and learn about the rich cultural heritage. So if you’re considering Amazon tours, prepare for an exhilarating journey!
The climate is precisely what can be expected from the hot and humid tropical forest with abundant rain. April to July are the wettest months, but you can see rain almost every day throughout the year, especially during the afternoon. Typical daytime temperatures fluctuate around 77 ° F (25 ° C), although these days can reach more than 90° F (32° C).
The humidity can be quite intense, with levels often exceeding 80%. However, the lush vegetation thrives in these hot and humid conditions, providing a haven for wildlife and views that are a treat to the eyes.
Prepare to experience an unforgettable Amazonian adventure in this unique place to show the nature and magic of the Ecuadorian Rainforest. You can venture through the lush rainforest, which is teaming with life and waterways. It will certainly be an unforgettable experience.
Let our travel specialists plan your Ecuador Amazon Tours. All our programs in the Amazon include transportation in the rain forest by car and boat; accommodations in hotels and lodges, meals as specified; crew; bilingual naturalist guide and taxes.
La Selva Lodge is a hidden gem situated in the pristine Yasuni National Park. Here you can immerse yourself in nature while enjoying comforts in a rustic-chic suite. For a unique experience, the Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge provides privacy and comfort with 16 private cabins decorated in native furnishings. You can also enjoy Napo Wildlife Center tours, forest hikes, wildlife sightings, and more.
Scan the horizon and spot elusive Amazonian animals from the Challuacocha Lake while staying at Sani Lodge, Ecuador. Or take advantage of the birdwatching opportunities and hiking trails at Sacha Lodge. The Hamadryade Lodge and La Casa Del Suizo also provide a relaxing experience with breathtaking views that will leave you in awe.
Stay in the heart of the jungle at the Amazon Dolphin Lodge. Spend time relaxing in a hammock before heading out on a scheduled excursion.
The Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve is the second-largest reserve in Ecuador. It boasts glistening lakes, lagoons, and wild animals. If you want to tour the Cuyabeno National Park, the Cuyabeno Lodge offers the ideal base to explore.
The Huasquila Amazon Lodge offers convenience and a blend of adventure, nature, and local culture. You’ll find the Huasquila Lodge within the Sumaco National Park, and Huasquila is just 3 hours from Quito.
For a truly immersive cultural experience, visit the Napo Cultural Center. Here, you can learn about ancient culture and traditions and discover stunning flora and fauna. Tapir Lodge offers simple yet comfortable accommodation in the middle of the jungle.
Yarina Lodge is another gem in the Amazon, offering a serene escape. From the cozy thatch-roofed cabins to the fun canoe rides, the Yarina Eco Lodge is an excellent option for a splendid trip in the Amazon rainforest.