Bird watching from Coca City

Orellana, Ecuador

shuar cultural center
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Duration: 3 days
Group size: 2 - 10
Bird watching from Coca City
Orellana, Ecuador

shuar cultural center
  • Email address verified

Duration: 3 days
Group size: 2 - 10

About this trip

  "The Amazon basin encompasses a wide variety of microhabitats where approximately 560 bird species make their home. Our expedition is designed to take you to discover many of them, allowing you to observe them in their natural habitat without sacrificing the comforts of the city." 


What’s included

  • Accommodation
    2 night in hotel coca city
  • Meals
    breakfast and lunch
  • Bilingual guide
    English or Spanish
  • Rubber boots
  • Rain ponchos
  • Purified water

What’s not included

  • Additional drinks
  • Undescribed attractions
  • Purchase of handicrafts
  • Tips
  • Community contribution
    $25 per person
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Flashlight
  • dinners

Available Packages

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Bird watching from coca


Day 1

After a short 30-minute commercial flight, you will be warmly welcomed by our specialized bird guide. You will be transferred from the airport to the Auca Check-In Hotel, where you will receive necessary instructions before starting your visits. After lunch, you will head to El Moretal Botanical Garden, where you can observe several species that inhabit the city, including White-eared Jacamar, Black-fronted Nunbird, Yellow-tufted Woodpecker. Later, you will be transferred to the Malecon port in the city, where you will board a motorized boat to visit Yasuní Land, venturing into the jungle to experience the birdlife in the treetops from a 115-foot (35-meter) high tower. So far, 90 colorful species have been recorded here, including the Double-toothed Kite, Spectacled Owl, Speckled Chachalaca, Roadside Hawk. The day will end with a nocturnal birdwatching walk. Finally, we return to the hotel for dinner.

Day 2

4:00 am: Breakfast. We depart by land and, within an hour, will arrive at Taracoa Lagoon, where bird watching will take place while rowing canoes along the lagoon and hiking trails. In the afternoon, you will visit Limoncocha Lagoon, where more than 280 bird species are spotted daily. Designated as a Ramsar site, it is a paradise for lagoon birds such as Herons, Cardinals, Flycatchers, Tanagers, Toucans, and more. Return to the hotel for dinner.

Day 3

After breakfast, you can enjoy the hotel's green areas and prepare your luggage for the transfer to the airport, marking the end of our services.


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shuar cultural center
"We are an indigenous company dedicated to promoting the value of our cultural identity, safeguarding and transmitting our ancestral traditions, and conserving the biodiversity of the Amazon rainforest through tourism."

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