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Some of the activities our visitors enjoy the most are:
With the highest density of biodiversity in the world, there are infinite chances for you to see an immense variety of plants, flowers, and wildlife. Typical jungle animals you can seek out while walking one of our many trails are: birds such as hoatzins, macaws, toucans, parakeets, and parrots; turtles, anacondas, and other reptiles; many insects and amphibians; mammals such as monkeys, tapirs, ocelots, and so much more!
CANOPY OBSERVATION TOWER
Get a close-up and personal view of the jungle and its diverse flora and fauna. One of our 36 meter observation towers was strategically built next to a huge tree to offer you the best view of the Amazon Rainforest. From high up in the canopy, you have a broad scope to observe the magnificent scale of the trees, flocks of colorful birds flying, troops of monkeys tussling, and an unobstructed view of miraculous Amazonia.
Explore the black waters of the Añangu Lake and creeks on board a paddle-canoe or kayak. Motorized boats are also available to navigate the Napo River. In the Amazon jungle, you can discover hundreds of different aquatic animals such as fish, caimans, turtles, giant otters, and other exotic creatures. Don't forget to bring your camera and a sense of adventure!
PARROT CLAY LICKS
Birds like colorful parrots can be the most stunning natural spectacles to see in Amazonia. Special clay deposits containing large amounts of minerals that birds and many other animals require are found in Yasuni. It's essential to get an early start for this event because animals start flocking here first thing in the morning. Hundreds of vibrantly colored birds visiting the licks are a sight and sound to behold and not to be missed.
A traditionally-built cabana within the Kichwa Añangu community is the perfect setting to learn about the traditions and culture of your hosts. The women of our community will welcome you with typical dances, music, rituals, handicrafts, artwork, food, and drinks. Allow our oral traditions to enlighten you with truths about the natural world and our place in the circle of life, and feel free to engage in an inspiring cultural exchange.
More than 610 bird species have been inventoried within the Yasuni National Park. This plethora of feathered friends is known to give visitors the best bird watching experiences of their lives. Bring your birding bucket list and be ready to cast furtive glances at both the colorful winged wonders as well as the camouflaged. An unforgettable adventure awaits you in the most biodiverse place on earth.