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Nushino Bikerafting in the Waorani Amazon

Nushino Bikerafting in the Waorani Amazon

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Bikerafting allows you to cover a certain distance on a bicycle, on land, until you encounter a body of water where you can no longer ride, then you inflate a packraft and the adventure continues by river, on water. The idea for this exploration is to gather a group of pioneers who enjoy biking and rafting to survey potential uses of a jungle route in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The main terrain will be mountainous, riding through jungle, where the bike will mainly cover gravel and mud roads until reaching the end of a path where it’s possible to reach the river. Once the bikes and cargo have been secured to the rafts, we paddle down the Nushino River. We will cover two sections on land of approximately 30 miles each, and an additional 30 miles will be navigated on relatively calm waters with no rapids. The only obstacles that we might encounter will be floating logs in the water. This activity takes place in Waorani territory. Your participation contributes tofinance the exploration.

  • Level
  • Duration
    4 Days
  • Activity


  • Age Range
  • Group
  • Temporality
    Year Round
  • Languages
    Englis – Spanish
  • Includes
    Local Expert
    Entrance Fees
    Drinking Water
  • Not Included
    Personal Equipment
    Camping Equipment

Combine this trip

Floating on an Amazon river, Rafting Jatunyacu

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  • Uncharted adventure
  • Bike riding in the jungle
  • Rafting
  • Paddling down the Nushino River
  • Tropical forest
  • Jungle camp sites

Tour Location

East Andean Mountain range in the provinces of Pichincha and Napo Altitude between 3700m (start) 4620m (max) 3185m (end)

Felipe Meneses Felipe has 20 years of experience leading adventure trips in Ecuador. He started guiding while he was finishing his career in biotechnology at Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ). His experience and knowledge took him to explore long lost trails and to travel to other countries where he had the opportunity to learn, grow and guide various types of trips including rapids, trails, exploration, mountain hiking and biking, equestrian, steam train, and nature. He has led trips for several tourism companies including REI Adventures, OARS, ROAM, Southern Explorations, Bike Hike and Neotropic. In 2015, he received a recognition as one of the best adventure tourism guides worldwide. He enjoys guayusa tea, botany, photography, outdoor cooking and history. He is currently a National Guide specialized in patrimony and adventure and has participated in the organization and implementation of several events including Survivor, Racing the Planet, Geo Challenge and the search and extraction Project Loon. His favorite trips account for epic journeys such as the one where he searched for and recuperated a satellite fallen on the slopes of the Sumaco volcano
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