Located on the lake-shore on the south bank of the Napo River in the North eastern Amazonian Region of Ecuador, Napo Wildlife Centre is an award winning community project.Napo Wildlife Centre is an award winning community project.
With domestic and international support the Añangu Quichua Community built this lodge to provide jobs and protect their unique ancestral territory inside the Yasuní National Park. Not only is this lodge an eco-tourism success, but also an exceptional place to stay with knowledgeable, local guides, luxurious accommodation and good food and service.
Days are spent inside Ecuador’s biggest national park with its enormous biological richness.
During their stay guests will walk and canoe through the jungle seeking out plants, birds and wildlife. Afterwards they return to the Centre. The main central lodge has a small library, bar and 20ft high observation tower offering panoramic views of the forest and lake as well as wildlife. Meals are also served in this central area in the main hall.
• Napo Lodge has 16 luxury bungalows decorated in traditional style and with safe and private bathroom with hot shower.
• Guest programmes include all meals and excursions for 5 days (4 nights) to 4 days (3 nights).
• Jungle excursions.
• Canopy walk and viewing tower.
• Restaurant and bar.