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Yasuní Parrot Lick & Biodiversity Walk

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DAY 3: Yasuní Parrot Lick & Biodiversity Walk
Pure Rainforest

Overview

After early breakfast head back to the Napo River to board the motor canoe and visit the parrot clay lick at Yasuní, a natural land slide where hundreds of parrots search for a gap to land and eat the earth. Here you will see Mealy Amazon, Yellow-crowned, Orange-winged and Blue-headed parrots. Continue with a walk on the south of the Yasuní for a wonderful view of flora and fauna of this area considered by scientists to be the most biodiverse area in the world. Here some species that cannot be found in the north like the golden-mantled tamarins, spider monkeys, Blue and yellow macaws and with a bit of luck a close encounter with white-lipped or collared peccaries. Head back to Sani Community Center to visit a native house to get a taste of how a typical Kichwa family lives. Enjoy their food, drinks, customs, and culture of the Sani community and learn how the lifestyle of the locals is environmentally sustainable. Return to the lodge for piranha fishing and a well-deserved diner.

Other Details about Yasuní Parrot Lick & Biodiversity Walk

Meals Included: Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Schedule: Full Day

*Tours and daily activities are subject to change, due to weather & park authorities.