FIRST DAY: At 8:30 a.m we arrive in Coca, where we have our breakfast. Then we go to the Shiripuno river by truck (3-4 hours). We continue the trip in a motorized canoe (two hours), to the Juneno community (Huaorani Indians). You can rest after lunch and before walking in the surrounding area. You will also have the chance to meet and learn about the local Indians in the community.
SECOND DAY: Breakfast in the morning from 8 to 9 a .m. We continue the trip in canoe for about 4 hours. During the journey you can pay attention to the tropical vegetation and the diverse variety of the wildness with the explanation of our guide.
Upon arriving at our destination we set up camp and then prepare lunch that we serve at approximately 12 o’ clock. During the afternoon we take a walk around the camp. We finish the day with our dinner from 6 to 7 p.m.
THIRD DAY: Breakfast in the morning from 8 to 9 a .m. We take a walk in the surrounding jungle area where you can explore and obtain a deeper understanding about the flora and fauna of the Amazon Rainforest (4hours). Lunch in from 12 until 1 p.m.
In the afternoon you can hike and or try to fish mysterious piranhas around the “Laguna Negra” (take care!) We finish the end of our second day with dinner.
FOURTH DAY: Breakfast in the morning from 8 to 9 a .m. We leave our camp in order to return to the indigenous community where we stayed on the first day. Upon arriving we set up camp and then we have our meal. Going for a stroll in the village gives us an inside inner look into the community’s culture and folklore. At night we walk on the banks of the rivers or paddle in our canoe to observe the legendary caimans and their scary, shinning, red eyes.
FIFTH DAY: Breakfast in the morning from 8 to 9 a .m. Return in canoe to the Shiripuno bridge, where we will take the truck to the city of Coca where we arrive around 5 p.m.