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From Baños: Puyo Jungle Full-Day Amazon Tour5 Reviews
Visit Hola Vida Reserve, learn how they make handicraft in the jungle, enjoy the flora and fauna of the forest and take a memorable canoe ride
- Discover the tranquillity of the Amazon with a full-day tour of Puyo Jungle
- Swim in a beautiful waterfall
- Enjoy a paddle canoe ride on the Puyo River
DescriptionMeet at the tour operator's office in Baños at 8:30. Travel by private car towards Puyo where you will visit a rescue center for animals including monkeys, ocelots, and caimans. Afterwards you will visit a beautiful waterfall, which is about two hours away from the cabins, in which you can swim and enjoy the tranquility of the forest. The stunning setting makes the area a memorable one. On the way back to a camp through the jungle, you will hear some explanations about the rainforest and its flora and fauna. On reaching the camp, enjoy a traditional lunch, after that, embark on a 30-minute paddle canoe ride on the Puyo river. Next, visit a viewpoint to enjoy an exceptional view of the rainforest. Then continue your journey and visit a Quichua indigenous community where you can watch how they make necklaces and bracelets. You can also practice the blowpipe and paint your faces with achiote, which is a natural paint. After this amazing adventure, you will go back to Baños.
IncludesTransportation (bus and canoe), food, accommodation, equipment (rain poncho, rubber boots) English Speaking Guide
- Health requirements: It is always advisable to consult your physician regarding health issues before traveling. No immunizations are required. Anti-malaria tablets are not necessary Drinking water is provided during the trip Every group is accompanied by a naturalist guide who speaks English fluently and has a great knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area Please bring your passport (original), flashlight and extra batteries, extra money for drinks and cigarettes, camera, sun lotion, hat and sunglasses, lightweight long-sleeved and short-sleeved shirt, lightweight long pants and shorts, comfortable shoes and socks, bathing suit, towel, and plastic bags Entrance fee of 6 USD to the Hola Vida Reserve, viewpoint, Indigenous community and Rescue Center is payable on site