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Suchipakari Lodge – Adventure Tours! 

Our Suchipakari Jungle Lodge – Adventure Tours!  We offer three different itineraries, each one with an extra extension of the basic package. The Suchipakari Jungle Lodge tours are one of the most striking experiences with fauna and flora interaction.

The price includes some benefits for passengers, you can choose the type of accommodation that best suits your convenience. A bilingual naturalist guide will accompany you in daily activities.

Activities: Short hikes, snorkelling, navigating, and wildlife viewing.
Age range: 1 yr – active 60’s.
Trip Style: Soft adventure.
Package Type: All-inclusive.
Start Date: Every day (minimum 2 pax)

DEPARTURE LOCATION Quito
RETURN LOCATION Quito
DEPARTURE TIME *Ask for more details.
RETURN TIME *Ask for more details.
WEAR Comfortable clothing, hiking shoes, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED Accommodation with Private bath, hot water (DBL / TPL / CDPL.
 Bilingual naturalist guides for all activities.
All meals (starting with lunch on the first day to breakfast on the last day).
Equipment: Helmets, Bikes, Ropes, Rafts, Safety Kayak, life jackets and rubber boots (Max # 44)
Activities, tours, motorized canoe river transport as per itinerary.
Purified water, coffee, or tea
NOT INCLUDED Taxi from Tena to Suchipakari lodge.
 Taxi from Puerto Misahualli to Suchipakari lodge 10 USD
 Soft-drinks and alcoholic beverages.
 Expenses not specified in the program.
Tips & Extras.
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3 Days / 2 Nights - Suchipakari Jungle Lodge - Adventure Tour!


Day 1: Jungle Trekking, River Tubing or Kayaking – Tubing

Between 1 and 2 PM Your trip begins with a refreshing drink and dive. A delicious lunch will be served after you have been settled into your rooms.

After lunch, you will wear your rubber boots and go hiking with our native guide. He will share traditional knowledge of local medicinal plants such as dragon’s blood, ginger, guayusa, and straw used for instruments, costumes and construction for the development of the community.

You can swing on vines like Tarzan and take a photograph at El Gran Ceibo, the famous huge Amazonian tree. During this trip you will also see many spicies of birds, including woodpeckers, kingfishers, sandpipers, toucans, orioles and the famous cacique.

We will then return to the lodge to get towels, lifejackets and buoys or kayak for our late afternoon swim in the Pusuno River.

A dinner will follow, and your guide will explain the next day’s activities.

Day 2: Jungle Bike Tour and Waterfall Trek

After breakfast, we travel to the top of the mountain “Sumaco Biosphere Reserve”.The group hikes through the canyon to the Rayucocha Fall, where we fill the power and force of nature.

This tour combines many adventure sports, as hiking, swimming, crossing the river with ropes, falling down with ropes and mountain biking. This makes the tour even more exciting. Along the way take the opportunity to swim in natural pools. Also for the most adventurous people, we can dare to jump from the rocks into the river.

Remember watching  the vegetation which surrounds you ,is the most diverded of the planet! You continue the hike by stairs and walking under amazing rocks. Finally you reach the base of the waterfall. Here you will get your box lunch while enjoying the waves caused by the waterfall.

After this stop you go to the top of the canyon where you can use the vines and fly Tarzan style nearby the Giant Ceibo tree.  We reach the Kichwa family where mountain bikes are waiting for you, To start a new adventure you should wear your helmet and listen to the instructions, precautions and the route. Let’s start your jungle bike tour!

In our area you will find several attractions such as waterfalls, canyons, indigenous communities. You can visit them as well with your cycling team. After this busy day you relax in our lodge.

Day 3: Historic Gold Wash, Panning Adventure, Chocolate Tour

Along the river banks, you observe the panning for gold done by Kichwa families . Gold panning is a major source of income to mantain Amazonian communities, these skills are past down from generation to generation.

You will learn how to make chocolate.Ecuadorian chocolate is the best in the world. You will only use products from the jungle and of course you can taste your own product.

If you prefer you can go to Pusuno river, where you can swim and relax as well. Unfortunately this is the end of your Rainforest trip…


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4 Days / 3 Nights - Suchipakari Jungle Lodge - Adventure Tour!


Day 1: Jungle Trekking, River Tubing or Kayaking – Tubing

Between 1 and 2 PM Your trip begins with a refreshing drink and dive. A delicious lunch will be served after you have been settled into your rooms.

After lunch, you will wear your rubber boots and go hiking with our native guide. He will share traditional knowledge of local medicinal plants such as dragon’s blood, ginger, guayusa, and straw used for instruments, costumes and construction for the development of the community.

You can swing on vines like Tarzan and take a photograph at El Gran Ceibo, the famous huge Amazonian tree. During this trip you will also see many spicies of birds, including woodpeckers, kingfishers, sandpipers, toucans, orioles and the famous cacique.

We will then return to the lodge to get towels, lifejackets and buoys or kayak for our late afternoon swim in the Pusuno River.

A dinner will follow, and your guide will explain the next day’s activities.

Day 2: Jungle Bike Tour and Waterfall Trek

After breakfast, we travel to the top of the mountain “Sumaco Biosphere Reserve”.The group hikes through the canyon to the Rayucocha Fall, where we fill the power and force of nature.

This tour combines many adventure sports, as hiking, swimming, crossing the river with ropes, falling down with ropes and mountain biking. This makes the tour even more exciting. Along the way take the opportunity to swim in natural pools. Also for the most adventurous people, we can dare to jump from the rocks into the river. remember watching  the vegetation which surrounds you ,is the most diverded of the planet! You continue the hike by stairs and walking under amazing rocks. Finally you reach the base of the waterfall. Here you will get your box lunch while enjoying the waves caused by the waterfall. After this stop you go to the top of the canyon where you can use the vines and fly Tarzan style nearby the Giant Ceibo tree.  We reach the Kichwa family where mountain bikes are waiting for you, To start a new adventure you should wear your helmet and listen to the instructions, precautions and the route. Let’s start your jungle bike tour!

In our area you will find several attractions such as waterfalls, canyons, indigenous communities. You can visit them as well with your cycling team. After this busy day you relax in our lodge.

Day 3: Amazonico Wildlife Rescue Center and Culture

After Breakfast, a short 20 minutes walking to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfortable covered motor boat.

Here we start a boat ride along the Napo River for approximately 1 1/2 hours. Some aquatic birds can be spotted on the way.

Learn how to use this legendary weapon. The blowgun is used by the Kichwa people as a method of hunting monkeys, birds, tapirs and other animals. A liquid that comes from the mixing of plants and animal venom, what the locals call “curare”, works as a paralyzing agent on the animals they want to hunt.

Indigenous Museum

Learn how to use this legendary weapon. The blowgun is used by the Kichwa people as a method of hunting monkeys, birds, tapirs and other animals. A liquid that comes from the mixing of plants and animal venom, what the locals call “curare”, works as a paralyzing agent on the animals they want to hunt.

Throughout this trek, the local guide – whose knowledge about the use of plants as medicine may astound you – will introduce you to all the hidden secrets and wonders of the jungle.

At the end of the walk there will be a canoe waiting for you at the docks, at which point you will continue your journey to Amazoonico Rescue Center

Behind the shores of one the beaches along the River Arajuno is the famous animal refuge known as AmaZoonico. This refuge was founded for the purpose of protecting and taking care of the native and wild animals of the area that have either been injured, mistreated or been confiscated and handed over because they were being smuggled. This is a great opportunity to observe how it is exactly that these creatures live in their natural habitat, something which is rather hard to do given how elusive these creatures are in the wild. Once this visit is over, you’ll return to Suchipakari aboard a canoe. The Kichwa’s organization invites you to experience the overlap of traditional Kichwa culture with current everyday life in the community. This is a fascinating insight into the world of the indigenous people and a chance to see, hear, touch and taste some of the aspects of life in the Amazon.

The Kichwa’s organization invites you to experience the overlap of traditional Kichwa culture with current everyday life in the community. This is a fascinating insight into the world of the indigenous people and a chance to see, hear, touch and taste some of the aspects of life in the Amazon.

Day 4: Historic Gold Wash, Panning Adventure, Chocolate Tour

Along the river banks, you observe the panning for gold done by Kichwa families . Gold panning is a major source of income to mantain Amazonian communities, these skills are past down from generation to generation.

You will learn how to make chocolate.Ecuadorian chocolate is the best in the world. You will only use products from the jungle and of course you can taste your own product.

If you prefer you can go to Pusuno river, where you can swim and relax as well. Unfortunately this is the end of your Rainforest trip…

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5 Days / 4 Nights - Suchipakari Jungle Lodge - Adventure Tour!


Day 1: Jungle Trekking, River Tubing or Kayaking – Tubing

Between 1 and 2 PM Your trip begins with a refreshing drink and dive. A delicious lunch will be served after you have been settled into your rooms.

After lunch, you will wear your rubber boots and go hiking with our native guide. He will share traditional knowledge of local medicinal plants such as dragon’s blood, ginger, guayusa, and straw used for instruments, costumes and construction for the development of the community.

You can swing on vines like Tarzan and take a photograph at El Gran Ceibo, the famous huge Amazonian tree. During this trip you will also see many spicies of birds, including woodpeckers, kingfishers, sandpipers, toucans, orioles and the famous cacique.

We will then return to the lodge to get towels, lifejackets and buoys or kayak for our late afternoon swim in the Pusuno River.

A dinner will follow, and your guide will explain the next day’s activities.

Day 2: Jungle Bike Tour and Waterfall Trek

After breakfast, we travel to the top of the mountain “Sumaco Biosphere Reserve”.The group hikes through the canyon to the Rayucocha Fall, where we fill the power and force of nature.

This tour combines many adventure sports, as hiking, swimming, crossing the river with ropes, falling down with ropes and mountain biking. This makes the tour even more exciting. Along the way take the opportunity to swim in natural pools. Also for the most adventurous people, we can dare to jump from the rocks into the river. remember watching  the vegetation which surrounds you ,is the most diverded of the planet! You continue the hike by stairs and walking under amazing rocks. Finally you reach the base of the waterfall. Here you will get your box lunch while enjoying the waves caused by the waterfall. After this stop you go to the top of the canyon where you can use the vines and fly Tarzan style nearby the Giant Ceibo tree.  We reach the Kichwa family where mountain bikes are waiting for you, To start a new adventure you should wear your helmet and listen to the instructions, precautions and the route. Let’s start your jungle bike tour!

In our area you will find several attractions such as waterfalls, canyons, indigenous communities. You can visit them as well with your cycling team. After this busy day you relax in our lodge.

Day 3: Amazonico Wildlife Rescue Center and Culture

After Breakfast, a short 20 minutes walking to the port in the Napo River will take you onto a comfortable covered motor boat.

Here we start a boat ride along the Napo River for approximately 1 1/2 hours. Some aquatic birds can be spotted on the way.

Learn how to use this legendary weapon. The blowgun is used by the Kichwa people as a method of hunting monkeys, birds, tapirs and other animals. A liquid that comes from the mixing of plants and animal venom, what the locals call “curare”, works as a paralyzing agent on the animals they want to hunt.

Indigenous Museum

Learn how to use this legendary weapon. The blowgun is used by the Kichwa people as a method of hunting monkeys, birds, tapirs and other animals. A liquid that comes from the mixing of plants and animal venom, what the locals call “curare”, works as a paralyzing agent on the animals they want to hunt.

Throughout this trek, the local guide – whose knowledge about the use of plants as medicine may astound you – will introduce you to all the hidden secrets and wonders of the jungle.

At the end of the walk there will be a canoe waiting for you at the docks, at which point you will continue your journey to Amazoonico Rescue Center

Behind the shores of one the beaches along the River Arajuno is the famous animal refuge known as AmaZoonico. This refuge was founded for the purpose of protecting and taking care of the native and wild animals of the area that have either been injured, mistreated or been confiscated and handed over because they were being smuggled. This is a great opportunity to observe how it is exactly that these creatures live in their natural habitat, something which is rather hard to do given how elusive these creatures are in the wild. Once this visit is over, you’ll return to Suchipakari aboard a canoe. The Kichwa’s organization invites you to experience the overlap of traditional Kichwa culture with current everyday life in the community. This is a fascinating insight into the world of the indigenous people and a chance to see, hear, touch and taste some of the aspects of life in the Amazon.

The Kichwa’s organization invites you to experience the overlap of traditional Kichwa culture with current everyday life in the community. This is a fascinating insight into the world of the indigenous people and a chance to see, hear, touch and taste some of the aspects of life in the Amazon.

Day 4: Tropical Tree Climbing

TREE CLIMBING ( This sport is up & down a giant tree in the Amazon. This adventure will bring an amazing experience to be at the top of the Amazon rainforest.

Our experience in tree climbing , ascend with safe equipment and professional guides. Return to the Lodge
Suchipakari Tree Top Walk allows you to walk through a canopy of flowering and fruiting trees covered by vines whilst you explore the epiphytic orchids and ferns surrounded by the many birds and animals that inhabit the tree tops.

Watch this Paradise from the top of these Giants, you do not need any previous knowledge.
The Tree Walk is a unique and innovative structure that gives visitors what can only be described as an exhilarating experience – a chance to observe life in the rainforest canopy at close range for the first time in their lives.
The tree climbing and adventure park, invites you to share a day of family fun in a unique setting, between games, adventure and nature of almost 50 hectares of forest. Perfect for teens, adults in need of sensations and kids in search of adventure!

NOTE: Tree Top Walk is available for all ages , there is not any restriction for this activity, Even Though We recommend not letting the children doing alone.

Day 5: Historic Gold Wash, Panning Adventure, Chocolate Tour

Along the river banks, you observe the panning for gold done by Kichwa families . Gold panning is a major source of income to mantain Amazonian communities, these skills are past down from generation to generation.

You will learn how to make chocolate.Ecuadorian chocolate is the best in the world. You will only use products from the jungle and of course you can taste your own product.

If you prefer you can go to Pusuno river, where you can swim and relax as well. Unfortunately this is the end of your Rainforest trip…

What about insects and malaria?

There has NOT been any malaria in our area until now. So no prophylaxis will be needed, if you only visit the Sierra and our area. But other rainforest places like Coca and Lago Agrio do have malaria problems, as well as the North coast (Atacames). You should then take medicines with you, if you intend to go to these places.

The fact that we do not have malaria does not mean that there are no insects in our area! Therefore, it would be better to protect yourself. Not at night, as everybody thinks, since you can walk around during this time with shorts without any problem, but during the day, when it is advisable to put a repellent on or, better, wear a pair of trousers with socks. The insects that bite during the day are not at all dangerous. They are just unpleasant.

Tips to plan your trip?

FROM QUITO TO TENA: We head for the highway to the CUMBAYA valley, then TUMBACO, PIFO, PUEMBO. Continuing the journey enjoy the beauty of the moors, and several waterfalls in the distance that you can see from the road. Arrive at PAPALLACTA LAGOON, a famous town for its medicinal hot springs, Continuing eastward we go to QUIJOS belongs to NAPO province.

Later we cross  BAEZA city. After passing the police control checkpoint, and the “Y” , we will go to TENA, the other pathway leads to Lago Agrio. After we cross Baeza we pass by small towns such as COSANGA, COTUNDO and ARCHIDONA. Just 15 minutes later is TENA city , capital of Napo Province.

FROM BAÑOS CITY TO TENA Public transportation (3 hours) 

The route will go by PUYO city, follow the road to the city of TENA, enjoying beautiful scenes with crystal clear rivers and lots of nature and if you’re lucky youll be able to see   Sangay or Sumaco Volcanos. At the bridge of PUERTO NAPO must cross and take the detour to the right, look for the sign to PUERTO MISAHUALLÍ.

FROM TENA TO MISAHUALLÍ: Where we receive  Jumandy indigenous people, they  are very important because it represents the indigenous resistance in the east opposed to the Spanish conquest. Then travel through TENA, and ahead to PUERTO NAPO, a town located only 6 Km from Tena. Then continue to PUERTO MISAHUALLI. – LODGE

FROM PUERTO MISAHUALLÍ TO LODGE:  At just 25 minutes. You should take the route to the Sector PUSUNO BAJO, crossing PUNUNO BRIDGE, AT THE Y then rightwards to  TUYANO comunnity, then leftwards from the Y, to SARDINAS DE ILAYAKU community, AT THE Y leftwards, you arrive to the parking in PUSUNO BAJO. From here, our guide will be waiting to go to the Hotel

 

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