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Vacation Day 2: Quito City Tour After breakfast we begin our tour of Quito, the perfect city for seeing fascinating panoramas, churches, domes and roofs that are history relics.We may also find river turtles and various species of monkeys, as well as the primitive Hoatzin, a one-of-a-kind bird locally known as "the Stinky Turkey".The only way to actually visit this flooded ecosystem is by canoe, a ride that will reveal the beauty of a lush jungle world.Almost 500 years have passed since the discovery of this magnificent river that flows through the world's largest primeval forest, Now, we can be temporary guests in this magical wonderland.Cruise along the Napo river on board the Manatee Amazon Explorer and visit the most amazing sites within the Ecuadorian Amazon Basin.Visit Monkey Island, Yasuni National Park, walk jungle trails and explore virgin rain forest.

The Amazon Manatee Explorer, designed for adventure, features the comforts and advantages of modern technology.

Vacation Day 3: Quito to Coca (Amazon) - Napo River - Yasuni National Park This morning our group departs Quito and drives to the airport.

After a short 30-minute flight to the frontier town of Coca (Francisco de Orellana), we transfer to the boat dock, where we will embark on a motorized canoe trip down river about 1 ½ hour, to board the The Manatee Explorer is 90 feet long, 24 feet wide and accommodates 30 lucky guests in comfortable cabins with private bathrooms and running hot water, individual air conditioning, large dining room, inviting bar and lounge area, panoramic terrace, delicious cuisine and the finest multilingual naturalist guides.

Warm jackets, woven bags, pillow covers and wall hangings are great souvenirs.

Woodcarving, musical instruments and jewelry are also popular.

We return to the M/V Manatee for lunch and a moment to relax while we navigate upstream.