The Bobonasa River is the route used to enter deeper into the jungle where the Sarayakus live. This river allows people to placidly navigate while enjoying scenery.
At 6,310 meters above sea level, the Chimborazo is not only the country’s highest peak, but also the closest point on Earth to the sun; closer than even Mt. Everest.
Loaded with energy, it is a source of play, and many say, the fountain of eternal youth.
At 3.4 million years of age, it is the most ancient of the islands.