Cuyabeno Reserve, Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve

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Explore the vastly diverse Cuyabeno Reserve, a national park rich in wildlife, that contains eight different ecosystems. Traverse the jungles, lakes, and rivers of the reserve and see hundreds of native Amazonian animal and plant species. Navigate the black Cuyabeno River in a canoe, camp out in the jungle, or go on long hikes through the lush rainforest. With the help of a professional guide, you can spot a huge variety of animals, including jaguars, caimans, capybaras, dolphins, and numerous monkey and bird species. To visit Cuyabeno Reserve on your trip to Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, use our Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve trip builder.
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  • I think everyone stays at one of the "jungle lodges" (I stayed at Siona Lodge which I can recommend), and the boat rides thru all the waterways is a memorable experience. The amazing plants and the oc...  more »
  • It is one of the places with the most beautiful aterdeceres. I had the chance to see pink dolphins in the River, anacondas, hundreds of birds and monkeys, sloths and more. Swimming in the Lake is an experience. Wear hat, sunscreen and insect repellent!
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  • It is a beautiful area with many animals. Many species of monkeys. Sloths. Pink dolphins. Many bird species. And a huge variety of plants and trees. In the rainy season is a large part under water. There are a number of lodges with canoe trips and hiking it is a good area to get acquainted with a rain forest.
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