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When the sun goes down in the Amazon, the rainforest takes on a very different character under the starry night sky, as nocturnal creatures emerge. Amongst these are myriad insects, amphibians and reptiles, such as tarantulas, whip-scorpions, tree frogs, caimans, spider monkeys, fishing bats, nightjars and even snakes. A local expert will guide you around specially designed trails or take you out in canoes to help you discover the other side of the Amazon.

Some of our favourite things to do and see in the Ecuadorian Amazon
What to do in the Ecuadorian Amazon

Jungle Nature Trails

Explore the Amazon's incredible biodiversity on a range of jungle walks, led by expert naturalist guides.

Macaw & Parrot Clay Licks

Watch in awe as flocks of colourful macaws and parrots amass to feed on the mineral-rich soil of the clay licks.

Canopy Towers

Get closer to wildlife and gain a birds-eye view of the rainforest by ascending a canopy tower.