Our 4 days – 3 nights premium tour includes canoe trips along lakes and rivers, forest excursions and birding tours. Experience an incredible adventure paddling a small canoe or hiking on the forest trails. Get a close up view of the Amazon wildlife in the Yasuní National Park, a sacred land considered one of the most diverse areas in the planet.
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As is the case of many Kichwa communities, Añangu strives with much difficulty to maintain their ageless traditions intact, perhaps a near-impossible task in this modern day. Añangu remains proud of their culture and aware of the need to preserve the natural resources of their land. With the help of foreign investment, willing to assist the community in their sincere endeavor to manage natural resources in a sustainable way, Añangu decided to create Napo Wildlife Center as an ecotourism destination that would showcase the wonders of Amazonia as well as the lifestyle, traditions and beliefs of their culture. During a period of about two full years, the community’s men and women built the entire lodge, transporting all the materials by boat, foot and canoe to the site where Napo Wildlife Center stands today.
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The below hotels are our preferred options for the respective tour standards mentioned above. Hotels can easily be changed at the customers request. We also note that in some cases our preferred hotels may be unavailable and in those circumstances we may need to provide an alternative hotel of a similar standard.
Napo Wild Life Center - Ecuador Jungle
Cabana RoomThe lodge consists of 16 luxury cabanas. The central structure, or main hall, where meals are served, also offers several comfortable social areas, including a full-stocked bar, reading lounge where briefings may also be conducted and a 20-foot high observation tower that provides a 360-degree view of the surrounding wilderness. There is a short trail that runs behind this building, very popular for evening strolls where busy nocturnal creatures come to life. A combination of the main hall's location and the traditional openness of Kichwa architecture make it comfortable even during the heat of midday. The rooms are huge (over 450 sq. ft.), always clean, and include: one king-sized bed and one twin- sized bed (up to 3 people), safety deposit box in each room. Private bathrooms with on-demand hot water showers, private porches with lake views 24-hour electricity with plenty of lights and plenty of 120v outlets Ceiling fans and secure screens for plenty of bug-free ventilation.