This operator, based on the Tena riverfront, has trips on the Jatunyacu for $50 per person and the Misahuallí for $70, plus plenty of...
The name is the only bad thing about these guys. Kayaking novices get some of the best instruction there is at this outfitter with...
Tena's cathedral sits modestly on the main plaza on the west side of the Río Tena.
Discoteca La Galera
Found next to Hotel Pumarosa, La Galera has a fun but grown-up atmosphere, even though there’s an attached roller-rink. Hotel guests...
Everyone in town seems to drop by this super-popular Swiss-run riverfront joint, whether it’s for its wide choice of breakfasts, its...
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River People information
Run by the Dent family from England, River People is a top-notch outfitter that consistently gets rave reviews. River People has been pioneering rafting on previously untried rivers throughout the region, including the remote Río Hollín, where groups of experienced rafters camp overnight in pristine rainforest. One popular tour is the challenging two-day expedition to the nearby Río Quijos, site of the 2005 world rafting championships.
Guides have a minimum of eight years’ experience and speak English. Jungle camping, kayaking instruction and tailor-made trips are possible.