From the Jungle to the Andes
Enjoy the best landscapes and trails of the Cayambe Coca Reserve in this unforgettable trip, raft down the magnificent Quijos River, navigate and explore the rivers and flooded forests of the Cuyabeno Faunistic Reserve in the depths of the amazon jungle. This is a multi-sport full of opportunities to encounter the most iconic fauna of the Andes and the Amazon of Ecuador, we will have the opportunity to look for Andean Bear, deer, condors, toucans, sloth bear, river dolphins and various species of monkeys. . I am sure that these will be 6 days that you will never forget.
ActivityHike/Rafting/Stand Up Paddle Board
Suggested Number of Participants6
TemporalityMarch – September
LanguagesEnglish – Spanish
IncludesPrivate transportationBilingual Local ExpertNative indigenous local Expert on CuyabenoFoodLodgingEntrance feesSnacks and filtered waterWhitewater rafting gearSaftey kayak during raftingSUP gear
Not IncludedPersonal gear (back pack, flashlight, rainjacket…)Walking sticksBottle for waterPersonal expensesTravel Insurance
- Unbeatable landscapes
- Trails of pristine nature.
- Visit Cayambe Coca National Park
- Rafting class 3 and 4
- Visit Cuyabeno Reserve
- SUP amazonian flooded forest and lakes
- Share with indigenous communities
Eastern Andes Cordillera. Pichincha, Napo and Sucumbíos provinces Altitude between 4000m - 300m
Two expeditions have marked my life intensely: the descent to La Cueva de Los Tayos with Tomas Espinosa and Felipe Meneses and kayaking across the San Blas Archipelago in Panama, where I got to know the Kuna culture up close and their incredible way of navigating the sea. For more than twenty years I have also dedicated my professional life to adventure: planning expeditions, exploring and curating new adventures and guiding travelers on unforgettable routes and experiences through amazing landscapes.