Napo Wildlife Center - Amazon Jungle Ecuador
Napo Wildlife Center is a premium eco-hotel in the Yasuní National Park of Amazonian Ecuador.
This 4 day Amazon itinerary will see you flying from Quito to Coca, the gateway to Ecuador's Amazon region. From here you'll travel by boat to arrive at this premium eco-lodge, leaving the hustle and bustle behind to relax with nature and enjoy an authentic Amazon experience.
This ecotourism project includes the conservation of approximately over 130 square kilometres of the most pristine Amazon Rainforest within the Yasunì National Park, an important UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador. The Napo Wildlife Center is located by a jungle lake, surrounded by stunning Amazon rainforest, perfect for wildlife and nature lovers. Spot clay licks teeming with parrots and macaws, look out for sloths, monkeys, turtles, otters, caiman and more. Take part in our daily forest and canoe excursions, kayaking, birding tours, and feel free to request hiking trails specific to your interests and abilities! The Napo Wildlife Centre is 100% community-based, and the Kichwa Añangu people employ a sustainable eco-tourism model, and all proceeds from the lodge are re-invested into community projects such as renewable energy, education, and health care.
The lodge can be visited year round, and combines perfectly with our Signature Galapagos tour so you can experience even more of Ecuador's wonders!
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This premium eco lodge is operated by the community for the community. The Kichwa Añangu people employ a sustainable eco-tourism model. All proceeds are re-invested into community projects such as renewable energy, education, and health care.
Parrot clay licks are a stunning spectacle, these are natural banks containing great amount of minerals that birds and different animals feed up with. This event starts early in the morning when hundreds of vibrantly colored birds visit the licks.
View tropical wildlife including spider monkeys, macaws, giant otters, caimans, and over 610 bird species. Explore by canoe, walk the forest trails, climb a canopy tower for jungle views, and learn about Kichwa Anangu community traditions