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One and two day tours

One and two day tours

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Tour Nº 1

Encounter with the Kichwa Shiripuno Community

Leave Misahualli by motorized canoe towards the Kichwa Shiripuno Community. Encounter with the Women of the Amukishmi Association who will present their community tourism project with the ends to value their culture and to better their living conditions. Presentation of the Kichwa traditions with dance and traditional music, handicrafts and with the making of the traditional drink “chicha de yuca”. A walk to the plantations of banana, cacao, and yuca to understand the agricultural world and the harvest of the products. Typical lunch on the community (fish cooked in a palm leaf in fire, with yuca, papaya and medicinal tea) During the afternoon we make and try chocolate, handicraft workshop making of baskets or fish in the River Napo and washing gold then return to Misahualli by motorized canoe..

Tour Nº 2

Encounter with the Kichwa Community of Shiripuno and walk through the jungle.

Leave Misahualli by motorized canoe to the Kichwa Community of Shiripuno. Encounter with the Women of the Amukishmi Association who will present their community tourism project with the ends to value their culture and to better their living conditions. Presentation of the Kichwa traditions with dance and traditional music, handicrafts and with the making of the traditional drink “chicha de yuca”. A walk to the plantations of banana, cacao, and yuca to understand the agricultural world and the harvest of the products. Typical lunch on the community (fish cooked in a palm leaf in fire, with yuca, papaya and medicinal tea). Leave Shiripuno by motorized canoes and walk through the jungle until a millennium Ceibo Tree and until Rumi Urco and small hill with a panoramic view of the River Napo (3 hours) and return to Misahuallí.

Tour Nº 3

Walk in the jungle and tubing down the River Napo.

Leave Misahualli by bus or pick up trauck to the Latas waterfall, walk until the waterfall. During the walk the guide will explain the secrets of the jungle and the medicinal plants, swim in the natural pool and lunch at the watefall. Walk back to the River Napo and travel down the river using large inner tubes until Misahualli for 2 hours.

Tour Nº 4

Canoe trip and visit to the cultural centers.

Leave Misahuallí by motorized canoes during the whole day on the Rivers Napo and Arajuno. During the trip we will visit the museum “Sacha Samay” to discover the hunting and fishing traps used by the locals, the amazoonico (rescue center for the wild animals to rehabilitate them into their natural environment) we have lunch on a river beach with time to swim, and visit a family that make Kichwa ceramics before returning to Misahuallí.

Tour Nº 5

Visit to the cocoa plantations.

Leave Misahuallí by motorized canoe until Puka Urku from where we walk to reach the cocoa plantations. Typical lunch on the community (fish cooked in a palm leaf in fire, with yuca, papaya and medicinal tea). During the afternoon you can choose a half day tour from the above (tubing, walk through the jungle, or program in the community)

Tour Nº 6

Rafting:

Option 1 Alto Napo Class 3 25 kms. Our most popular journey in the area is on the River Jatun Yacu “Big River” It is a great trip for beginners and also experts, it has the perfect combination of rapids and calms and the landscapes of the jungle and mountains, the river starts in the National Park of the Llanagates and the south of the Cotopaxi Volcano so it is one of the cleanest we have in the Amazonia and main contributor of the River Napo. Includes: Professional rafting guides with licenses from the Ministry of Tourism Ecuador, all equipments, helmet, life vests, and oars. Safety kayak, transport and lunch.

Option 2 River Misahuallí Class IV, 23 kames Raft down excellent waters with a difference that no other river has, a deep canyon surrounded by virgin jungle and stunning waterfalls makes this a rivers full of adrenaline. The experience implies class IV rapids and some of them known at international level like the Casanova and the Tierra de los Gigantes

Option 3: Rio Misahuallí clase IV 23 km From October to March Includes: Professional rafting guides with licenses from the Ministry of Tourism Ecuador, all equipments, helmet, life vests, and oars. Safety kayak, transport and lunch. Suggestions: The participants must be in good physical conditions and have experience in rafting.

Two day tours

Tour Nº 1

Culture and jungle:

Day 1 Leave Misahualli to the Cabins of Shiripuno and settle in. Encounter with the women of the Amukishmi Association with a guide who will explains about the project of community tourism and the organizations of the women who manage it. A walk to the plantations of banana, cacao, and yuca to understand the agricultural world and the harvest of the products. Typical lunch on the community (fish cooked in a palm leaf in fire, with yuca, papaya and medicinal tea). Participate in the various workshops with the women (handicrafts, ceramics, basketmaking, traps for fishing or hunting, fishing with nets in the River Napo, washing gold…) Preparations of chocolate with the local cacao to try it with local fruits for dessert. Dinner (soups, chicken with vegetable cooked in a palm leaf, rice, juice and banana with chocolate. Night walk to seek out the caimans.

Day 2:Traditions and travel down the River Napo. Breakfast: Quimbolito with marmalade, tea or coffee, juice, eggs and fruit salad Leave by motorized canoe to the Sinchi Sacha Cabins (45 mins) on the banks of the River Napo at the entrance to the primary forest. Walk with a guide who will explain all about the flora, medicinal plants, secrets of the jungle and any insects found…… Lunch and return to Misahualli by motorized canoe.

Tour Nº 2

Pure Jungle

Day 1: Leave by motorized canoes for 45 mins until the entrance of the primary forest to start a walk until the waterfall of the River Blanco with a guide who will explains all about the flora, medicinal plants, secrets of the jungle, insects found…… Lunch en route with the chance to swim in the waterfall. Settle in to the camp with the chance to spend the night in family or in the cabins owned by the community that works in tourism.

Day 2: Breakfast Quimbolito with marmalade, tea or coffee, juice, eggs and fruit salad. Walk back through the jungle until River Napo where we lunch before boarding the motorized canoe to Misahualli.

Tour Nº 3

Culture and visit to the River Arajuno

Day 1: Encounter with the Kichwa Culture Encounter with the women of the Amukishmi Association with a guide who will explains about the project of community tourism and the organizations of the women who manage it. A walk to the plantations of banana, cacao, and yuca to understand the agricultural world and the harvest of the products. Typical lunch on the community (fish cooked in a palm leaf in fire, with yuca, papaya and medicinal tea). Participate in the various workshops with the women (handicrafts, ceramics, basketmaking, traps for fishing or hunting, fishing with nets in the River Napo, washing gold…) Preparations of chocolate with the local cacao to try it with local fruits for dessert. Dinner (soups, chicken with vegetable cooked in a palm leaf, rice, juice and banana with chocolate. Night walk to seek out the caimans.

Day 2: Canoe trip Breakfast Pancake with marmelade, tea or coffee, juice, eggs and fruit salad Leave by motorized canoe until the River Arajuno. Visit to a museum to learn about the traps for hunting and fishing, visit to the Amazoonico a rescue center for animals, lunch on a river beach with the chance to swim and visit to a family who makes traditional Kichwa ceramics and return to Misahualli. Tour nº 10 Tailor made tour. We offer you the chance to tailor make your trip choosing your favourite 1 day tours, spending the night at the ecological cabins of Shiripuno or at the Hotel Paisano in the center of Misahualli (this has a suppliment of 5 $ pp.