Heliconia Amazon River Lodge

ACTIVITIES

 

Pink Dolphin Sighting

Pink Dolphin Sighting
Take a twenty-minute boat ride down Amazon River to try to spot some “pink dolphins” (Inia Geoffrensis) as they leap and swim about. The Amazon River dolphins are one of the few species
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Monkey Island

Monkey Island
Visit a family social enterprise focused on conserving and protecting endangered monkey species in the Northern Amazon
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Heliconia’s Medicinal Plant Trail

Heliconia’s Medicinal Plant Trail
The Amazon has more than 40,000 species of plants, and more than 16,000 species of trees. Some of them are contain important medicinal compounds…a rainforest pharmacy.
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Glimpse the Giant Water Lily

Glimpse the Giant Water Lily
Embark a boat towards a lake in Yanamono island (best on high tide) where you will be able to see the “Queen of water lilies”
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Nature Day Trek

Nature Day Trek
Set out to a jungle hike into the Yanamono primary rainforest reserve, for approximately two hours accompanied by our expert guides. They will show you how to identify several
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Nature Night Hike

Nature Night Hike
Go on an enchanting evening trek within the secure periphery of the Lodge and you will witness the entrancing transformation from daytime to a night atmosphere
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Bird Watching

Bird Watching
You will wake up very early in the morning to do bird watching in the area of Amazon River and its tributaries home to about 1,500 bird varieties
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Native Community Immersion

Native Community Immersion
Get to know jungle living first hand in a riverside town in Napo River to see an indigenous tribe of Yaguas Community
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Trapiche Treat

Trapiche Treat
Take a ten minute boat ride to visit a family farm with a rustic sugar cane distillery located along the banks of the Amazon River
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Night Boat Ride

Night Boat Ride
During high tide, take a boat ride along one of the Amazon River’s tributaries for an exciting evening in the jungle
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Native Fishing

Native Fishing
Embark on a pleasurable native fishing trip into one of the small tributaries of the Amazon River.
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