In our final episode from the Amazon in eastern Ecuador, we travel deeper into the rain forest and get a first-hand look at “the dark side” of what’s happening to the environment in this area.
So if you’re like us, you enjoy a fine adult beverage from time to time. And when given the chance to not just sample – but actually MAKE a batch of homemade, traditional Huaorani chicha while in the Amazon… well… how could we refuse?
This week we’re headed even deeper into the Amazon rain forest of eastern Ecuador to visit a traditional Huaorani community called Apaike, where we meet the local people, see how they live, and even get married again in true Huaorani fashion! Enjoy!
No trip into the Amazon rain forest is complete without at least a little bit of fishing involved.
This week we venture out from the Huaorani Ecolodge with our Huaorani guide Eme to explore the unspoiled Amazon rainforest here in this part of eastern Ecuador, and learn how the Huaorani people have lived in – and lived off of – this beautiful but dangerous forest for hundreds of years.
A short video tour of our cabin at the Huaorani Ecolodge located in the rainforest of the Amazon basin in easter Ecuador.
The Cockroach Incident
Come along as we travel deep into the Amazon jungle of Eastern Ecuador on our way to a place called the Huaorani Ecolodge.
Amazon Rain Forest