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2 Days & 1 Night

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  • 2 Days
  • Available: All Year
  • Group : 1-12 People
  • Pickup: El Coca
  • Guided Jungle Tour
  • Min Age : 6+

Recommended Airport

Francisco de Orellana Airport Coca, Orellana, Ecuador (Google Map)

Meeting Point

Francisco de Orellana Airport, Coca Bus Terminal, or the Coca Boardwalk

Price Includes

  • Accommodation in private cabins
  • Transportation to and from the city of El Coca
  • All meals during the tour
  • Entrance to trails and cultural activities
  • Bilingual guide service
  • Rubber boots during your Stay
  • Rain Poncho during your Stay

Price Excludes

  • Lodging in Coca
  • Sunscreen, toiletries and personal items
  • Transportation to the pickup city: El Coca
  • Guide gratuity (industry recommendation is 10-15% of trip cost)
  • Activities not specified in the program
  • Travel Insurance
Itinerary

Day 1Welcome to Sacha Runa

Sacha Runa Ecolodge is located just 2 hours downriver by motorized canoe from El Coca, during the trip you will enjoy the beautiful landscape that thrive along the banks from the Napo River. Above arrival to Sacha Runa, you enjoy a traditional welcome cocktail and an exquisite lunch prepared by our chefs of the community. You’ll be shown to your accommodations in our traditional Kichwa welcomingly rustic cabins that are built with local and natural materials.

In the evening, you’ll walk along the Indillama River where you’ll spot river turtles (Las charapas), shorebirds and various monkeys. After your hike, you’ll return to the Lodge for a wonderful dinner and a free evening to enjoy the magic of the jungle.

Day 2Yasuní

Breakfast will be served very early so that we can visit the parrot saladeros first thing. At the earliest hours of the day, numerous flocks of parrots from the parakeets to macaws visit this area caused by erosion to ingest the natural minerals their normal diet lacks.

After observing the parrots as they feed, we’ll head to the 50-meter high observation tower to get a bird’s eye view of the jungle. After lunch, we’ll return to the city of El Coca.

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