Coca, a sprawling oil town in the Amazonian rainforest with no street signs and unpaved roads, is the gateway to a world of unsoiled nature. This is a place where you can take visits to Indian villages, stay overnight in jungle lodges, walk through lush rainforest in search of brilliant toucans and parrots, and travel by dugout canoe down hidden tributaries. These are all part of the adventures awaiting you in the Amazon jungle.
Visit the Ecuatorian Rainforest! First, fly to Quito and enjoy history, colonial sites and cultural heritage. Continue to Coca-Amazon, where you will arrive at the airport in Coca, and be transfered by ground to you choosen Lodge. The Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest is mainly tropical rainforest located in the eastern lowlands of Ecuador. Your stay at the lodge will be very rewarding, where you will spend 3 nights and enjoy plenty of activities with guides that will help you learn and ensure that you really get to see some amazing things like different animal species or unspoiled nature. Fly back to Quito, and spend a night to enjoy more time the splendors of the city before heading back home.
This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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