Although Ecuador is a tiny country in relation to its South American neighbours, it is eighth in the world for biodiversity. Over 340 mammal species and 20,000 species of plant are found here. The Napo River and the Pastaza River flow through Ecuador and approximately 15% of the country is covered by the Amazon rainforest on its eastern side.
An Amazon experience in Ecuador can be both authentic and enriching. A number of excellent eco lodges, operated by local indigenous people, offer visitors a cultural and wildlife experience in relative comfort. Both the Huaorani and the colourful Secoya tribes welcome guests as part of their community and you can see how they have lived for centuries. You can practice the art of blow darts and make natural medicines from plants. A good local guide helps you to see so much more on an Amazon forest walk or boat trip, and listening to the cacophony of sounds on a night walk is a real highlight.
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