An educational site, Parque Etnobotanico Omaere highlights the medicinal uses of the region's native plants. The nature park remains an ideal place for relaxing and escaping the bustle of the nearby city. Take a guided walk along the trails to discover the useful plants growing there with the help of biologists, interns, and volunteers. This activity also provides insight into the local culture, including their use of weapons, tools, and more. Work out when and for how long to visit Parque Etnobotanico Omaere and other Puyo attractions using our handy Puyo road trip tool.
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We did an interesting tour at Omaere. It's a pretty small, private reserve with friendly, sympathetic (though some a bit theatrical) staff. When you do a tour (in Spanish, but there was someone... more »
Indigenous dwellings and local plants highlight this park. You can even buy cures for various ailments concocted from the plants. more »
Our guided tour of this Amazonian ethnobotanical park, done by biologist Chris Canaday, was extraordinary. Whatever else you might experience in the way of nature tours, you would benefit from adding a stop in Puyo to see and hear what is offered here. Chris' knowledge of the medicinal uses of many, many types of plants and trees, learned from his Shuar wife Teresa Shiki, is exceptionally broad and deep. Not to be missed.
Beautiful adventure in the rainforest. Excellent place to spot unique forest wildlife such as insects. A great place to learn about the indigenous cultures and their medicinal uses of plants as well as wildlife. Plus it's easy to access.
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