Amazon Rainforest Hike

Amazon Rainforest in Photos

Our family recently spent about two weeks exploring the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador. We had a spectacular time exploring the regions of the Rainforest in the Pastaza and Napo provinces.

We stayed with an indigenous family in a bamboo hut, at a lodge with monkeys on our private balcony, and at a bed n breakfast in one of the bigger cities of the Amazon outskirts. The experiences were diverse, complete, and spectacular!

We went net fishing, canoeing in the rainforest, swimming in the rivers, swinging through the canopy, and hiking through rainforest reserves complete with native animals. We tried rainforest grubs, lemon ants, and many other traditional Amazon foods.


Photos of our Family Stay in the indigenous community of Campococha in the Napo Province:

Photos of the Yana Cocha Animal Rescue Center in Puyo:

Photos of Amazon Rainforest Hikes:

Photos from Puerto Misahualli, Napo Province:

























5 thoughts on “Amazon Rainforest in Photos”

    1. Thank you for saying so, Susan! 🙂 We have had some epic adventures for sure, and I have been working hard over the last year to improve my photography! x

  1. How wonderful! We visited Amazon as well but we did not see the parrots and macaws – I feel like we did not stay long enough 😀 Thank you for sharing your amazing pics <3

    1. Hi, Indah! Where do you guys visit the Amazon? What country? The macaws we are lucky siting, I believe! But, many of the other birds were abundant. The toughest to capture were the Toucans…but wow, their song was just incredible. Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

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