Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest and cloud forest tours offer an impressive array of wildlife and comfy eco-lodges.
We offer a variety of trips to community run eco-lodges, each with their own speciality and led by expert native guides.
Almost half of Ecuador is covered in wildlife-rich forests from steamy Amazon jungle to high altitude cloud forests.
Amazon trips include cultural trips as well as bird watching and wildlife spotting on hikes into the deep rainforest.
Ecuador cloud forest tours are great for humming birds, monkeys, flowers, the occasional spectacled bear and walks.
Can’t decide which? Read our Amazon vs. cloud forest guide, and advice about Ecuador’s Amazon and the cloud forest.
We had a wonderful time. Ecuador is a fantastically diverse country and we will definitely go back.
So many highlights - observing a feeding sloth in the Amazon and hummingbirds at Bellavista.
All our guides were excellent, extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
J. Hately, Bellavista and Napo
Let our experts put together the perfect Ecuador Amazon or cloud forest holiday to fit your time, budget and tastes.
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a fixed date, guided Amazon or cloud forest tour in Ecuador.
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Prices From $2,099 / £1,693 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Capacity: 16 people
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Although we enjoyed the whole trip if we have to select a highlight it was our visit to the Yasuni National Park. Wildlife watching from the canoe, walking through the rainforest and looking over the forest canopy from the viewing tower were all great experiences and we were amazed by the diversity and visual accessibility of so many plants and some much wildlife.
Napo Wildlife Centre – Such a wonderful location and the fact that it can only be accessed by canoe helps to make it a really special place.
Bellavista – Another room with a view in a great location for bird-watching including from the circular dining room and around the lodge. Staff were friendly and helpful.
All the guides were very knowledgeable and keen to show us their country and its wildlife. They were also happy to talk more generally about other aspects of life in Ecuador which added to the interest of the trip. They were friendly and spoke excellent English.
T. Duffy, UK, 2014
» Napo Wildlife Centre Eco-Lodge
Both Amazon rainforest and Galapagos were excellent. The boat selection and the cruise itinerary were outstanding.
Everything was perfectly organised. All parts of the trip fully in line with the itinerary. Local representatives were available at the meeting points, they organised the documentation, the transport, everything.
Everything was excellent, the guides were very professional and helpful. Accommodation was also well selected, fully in line with the expectations. Next time, we will spend more time in Ecuador and visit other parts of this fascinating country.
Z Vuleta, Hungary, 2015
» Anahi, Luxury Galapagos Catamaran Cruise
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