La Casa Del Suizo 3 Days



Neighbouring Colombia and Peru, Ecuador is a relatively small country that nevertheless offers an enticing array of scenic landscapes, diverse wildlife species and interesting cities. Dense Amazon rainforest, towering Andean mountain peaks, palm-fringed Pacific Coast beaches and fascinating historical sites are all part and parcel of Ecuador’s prolific charms. The former Inca town of Cuenca is the nation’s third-largest city and a Unesco World Heritage Site. This alluring city, with its cobbled streets, beautiful architecture and photogenic plazas, boasts a huge variety of museums and art galleries. The vibrant capital city of Quito is also worth a visit. Arguably the most dazzling jewel in Ecuador’s crown is the Galapagos Archipelago in the Pacific, about 1000 kilometres west of the mainland. Their magnificent, pristine landscapes and prolific wildlife, which inspired Charles Darwin, have made this cluster of islands a world-famous travel destination.


Days 1 - 3

Resting on the northern banks of the Napo River, Ahuano is a small river village situated in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazonian tropical rainforest. Ahuano is home to the indigenous Kichwa people, who have retained their rich traditional native culture. The village is set within a landscape featuring a biodiverse ecosystem as well as diverse fauna and flora. Visitors can look forward to a wide variety of fascinating activities and tours including: hiking through the Amazon jungle, taking an Ecuadorian cooking class, participating in a sacred Shaman cleansing ceremony, or making artisanal chocolate with the finest quality cacao. Other popular activities include: canyoning, tubing, swimming, boating, and canoeing. 


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