The last great natural wilderness, the Amazon is a truly awesome location that needs to be experienced to be fully understood. With one fifth of the world’s fresh water, the sheer scale of the Amazon River is breathtaking, with new fish, bird and animal species constantly being discovered.
Whilst many associate the Amazon purely with Brazil, this area of lowlands in Ecuador is part of the basin that feeds and forms the Amazon River. Wildlife here is diverse and abundant making it a perfect spot from which to explore this most unique of habitats.
Our Amazon lodges are the very best on offer located away from development and deforestation, so that you experience the most pristine natural wilderness.
When to go
The Amazon is driest in January and the wettest month is July, but it is fine to visit all year round.