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Napo Wildlife Center

The Napo Wildlife Center, NWC Amazon Lodge, is the greatest and ultimate alternative luxury eco-hotel in Amazonian Ecuador.  This ecotourism project includes the conservation of approximately over 82 square miles, of the most pristine Amazon Rain Forest within the Yasunì National Park, an important UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador.

The lodge complex is located by the Anangucocha lake, within the unique ancestral territory of the Anangu Quichua Community, part of the Yasuni National Park, providing guests an exclusive and personalized rain forest experience, intimate with nature, under a dedicated private and unique lodge, but only to a selected number of guests.

Inclusions:

Return air tickets from Quito to Cocoa, accommodation at the lodge, all meals, river transportation to Coca City, all excursions including Anangu Kichwa Community and visits to the exclusive NWC's parrot-mackaw clay licks, service of a native guide and naturalist bilingual guide, entrance fee to Yasuni National Park, rain poncho & rubber boots provided for excursions.

Exclusions:

Drinks, gratuities, personal expenses, health/travel insurance, visa and passport expenses.

Amazon Lodge

The Main Halls

The central structure, or main hall, of Napo Wildlife Center, where all meals are served, offers several comfortable social areas, including a fully-stocked bar, a 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 the day.

Napo Wildlife Center: The most luxurious lodge in Ecuador's Amazon

The lodge consists of 16 luxury cabañas and a large dining hall with a library and a well-stocked bar.  Attached to the bar is a 50-foot viewing tower from which you can see the Andes on a clear day!

The large rooms have a king-sized bed and a twin-sized bed, all with private bathrooms, ceiling fans and secure screens for plenty of bug-free ventilation, 24-hour electricity with plenty of lights and 120v outlets.  Each have a private porch with lake views.

 

 

 

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