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  • Deep Amazon Kayak Tour
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  • Deep Amazon Kayak Tour
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  • Deep Amazon Kayak Tour
  • Deep Amazon Kayak Tour

Deep Amazon Kayak Tour

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This tour is a truly unique way to get immersed in the Ecuadorian rainforest - from sleeping in tents in the jungle, to working your way slowly deeper into the forest by kayaking down river, and being able to visit a Kichwa community - this trip is perfect for those looking for an off the beaten path jungle experience!

This is a very active and adventurous trip under the guidance of both a licensed tour guide as well as local guides to lead you along the trails looking for wildlife and learning about the plants and their different uses. It is often possible to spot more wildlife from the kayaks as you cruise silently downstream than what you would usually see trekking.

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Note: accommodations on this tour are basic in tents, and conditions are rustic – this is part of the charm of the tour. Campsites may have no toilets and no electricity, and some nights may be sleeping in hammocks.

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Note: This tour starts and finishes in the city of Coca

Deep Amazon Kayak Tour
Day Activities Meals
1 FLIGHT TO COCA AND ENTER THE YASUNI PARK - Today we catch a morning flight to Coca town and begin our adventure. We take a scenic drive to the Tiputini River at the entrance of the YASUNI National park and while the guides prepare our gear, we enjoy a riverside picnic. Our first kayaking expedition will be paddling down this fantastic river surrounded by nature and wildlife. On the way, we will have opportunities to spot river turtles, monkeys, caimans and many species of birds like Oropendola birds, caciques, king fishers, macaws, toucans, parrots and more. We spend the night at our campsite. LD
2 AMAZING ENCOUNTERS WITH WILDLIFE WHILE KAYAKING - After a healthy breakfast, we continue our kayaking exploration, heading deeper into the jungle. Every day in the Amazon is a new adventure: the more we paddle, the more pristine and wild the jungle becomes with new exciting opportunities to encounter more wildlife, such as different types of monkeys, capybara, tapir, swallows, flycatchers, herons, sandpipers and hawks. We will also take hikes to learn more about local plants and their medicinal properties. In the late afternoon, we arrive at our camp site, located on the Tiputini River side. Our chef will prepare a special gourmet dinner for us tonight. BLD
3 KAYAKING IN ANACONDA LAGOON - After breakfast we start kayaking down the Tiputini to reach the entrance to the Amarun - Cocha that means Anaconda Lagoon in the native language, this is located in the most pristine forest of the area and with luck we may see the biggest and most beautiful snake of the planet, enjoy breathtaking landscapes with incredible dark and clear waters in a flooded forest. Over here we will discover the mythic piranhas, caimans, boas and more. Later we will canoe back to the camp site and after a nice break at the hammocks, we will go on a night exploration to view insects, frogs and with luck some snakes. BLD
4 EDUCATIONAL HIKE AND VISIT TO MADARI-PANGA COMMUNITY - In the morning we will take a hike in the pristine forest to learn about the rich flora of the area and the medicinal plants. After lunch, we will take a canoe ride to a local Kichwa community to learn about their way of life in the jungle, their stories and traditions. We will also see how they make the traditional drink called chicha. In the afternoon we will go fishing. BLD
5 VISIT TO THE CLAY LICK BACK TO QUITO - This is an early morning because we want to get to the clay lick the earliest possible. It is one of our best adventures in the jungle, visiting the Lamederos or Saladeros (parrot clay lick) where there is a big concentration of different species of parrots and macaws, and few predators surrounding the area. They come to feed on the clay from the mineral enriched ground, which helps them digest and detoxify from the poisons of their main diet. Such places are unique in the Amazon rainforest, because they offer a great chance to see a wide range of Amazon wildlife species. Later we will return to Coca and take the flight back to Quito BL

IMPORTANT NOTES- River water levels and weather conditions may lead to variations in the itinerary. When you enter Yasuni National Park you may be asked to show proof of vaccinations (Yellow fever, Hepatitis B and Tetanus) as well as Malarial medications.

* A pre-tour briefing is held with your guide the night before the trip in a Quito hotel. Your sales person will provide details of this.

Past Clients Feedback

“We were looking for a completely different and original rainforest experience away from hordes of other tourists so that my wife and I could really appreciate the beauty of the deep jungle and enjoy a more personal experience … this kayak trip surpassed even our wildest expectations! The whole trip from start to finish felt authentic, with nothing special laid on for tourists – we saw the forest, wildlife and small communities exactly as they really are. I would highly recommend this trip to any active person looking for a genuine adventure!” (Tom Holden, UK)


AVAILABILITY: This tour is available throughout the year - ask our sales team for group departure dates.

GROUP SIZE: Minimum = 2, Maximum = 8, Average = 4.

MINIMUM AGE: 14 years.

Prices (per person)

2018 PRICE  

$1695 per preson - Private tour

$1290 per person - Regular

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This price is for a GROUP tour. Note: Minimum group of 2 passengers.

Private tours are also available at the higher rate of $1850 per person (minimum 2 people).


  • Activities: Kayaking on tiputini River, Anacanda lagoon, Visiting the Yasuni National Park, Animals clay lick (Saladero), Hiking, Visiting the native Kichwa communities, Piranha fishing, Wildlife spotting, Night hikes
  • Accommodation based in double occupancy: 4 nights in comfortable camping in Yasuni National Park.
  • Transportation: private and comfortable land transportation, motorized canoe, dugout canoe, kayak
  • Gear: Expedition and inflatable kayaks, paddles, dry bags, life jackets, dugout canoe with outboard motor, rubber boots, Eureka tents, air mattresses, bathroom tent, portable toilet, social kitchen.
  • Trip Leader: Certified EPL expert English-speaking adventure trip leader and local guides


  • International flights
  • Airfare Quito - Coca Round Trip (aprox $200)
  • My Own Room supplement - estimated budget USD $310
  • Airport transfer (international flights)
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Meals not described in the itinerary
  • Tips