Upcoming Expeditions

Summer Expedition

July 14 - 23, 2018

$2350 plus flights

For this expedition, our focus will fall into one of the following areas - data-collection, research interviews, and/or working at the Amazon Library. This is where explorers will not only be participating in several different activities but will also be creating and leading some of the unique workshops being offered at the Center.

Openings: Yes

Sustainability Project Expedition

July 14 - August 6, 2018

Price to be determined by length of expedition

This expedition will be an extended version of the regular scheduled experience. Depending on the groups availability, it could last somewhere around 3 weeks. This will allow a more in-depth opportunity for all those involved.  

Openings: Yes

Application Process: Yes

 

The EKO Experience

Visual Itinerary

 

Want to see an expedition for yourself? Check out our Visual Itinerary for an idea of what a trip looks like!

THE EKO Experience

For the sights and sounds of the Amazon rainforest, river, and people, check out our video on the EKO Experience!

 

Your Trusty Guides

Roldan Hidalgo Peso Born in the village of Timicuro Grande along the Amazon River, Roldan has been a guide for over 30 years. He truly enjoys his job everyday, especially working with student groups. His specialties are culture, fish, animals, plants, insects and spiders.

Roldan Hidalgo Peso

Born in the village of Timicuro Grande along the Amazon River, Roldan has been a guide for over 30 years. He truly enjoys his job everyday, especially working with student groups. His specialties are culture, fish, animals, plants, insects and spiders.

Ron Rossi As the founder and president of EKOAMAZON, Ron loves bringing others to the Amazon so they can experience the magic he did when he first visited in 1995. Now, 30 trips later, he’s still going strong. For more of his story (and the story of EKOAMAZON), check out the Founder’s Story on Our Mission.

Ron Rossi

As the founder and president of EKOAMAZON, Ron loves bringing others to the Amazon so they can experience the magic he did when he first visited in 1995. Now, 30 trips later, he’s still going strong. For more of his story (and the story of EKOAMAZON), check out the Founder’s Story on Our Mission.