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Napo Cultural Center

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Quito
Napo
Min Age : +1
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Welcome to Napo Cultural Center a story of a dream come true!, a dream that was born of the Anangu Kichwa community living within the territory of the Yasuni National Park, surrounded by nature, magic, culture and beauty.
The lodge is in one of the richest protected areas of the planet biologically speaking Yasuni scientists consider as a unique place with high biodiversity on the planet. Imagine waking up surrounded by singing and chirping of birds every morning, slipping into our canoes or feel in the depths of the Amazon and its lush beauty in the world YASUNI.

Napo Cultural Center offers accommodation of high comfort to fully meet the highest expectations of the guests. The lofge is one of the main tourist alternatives in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The project consists of 3 Eco-friendly cabins with 12 separate rooms, they are located inside the Community Kichwa Añangu, the lodge environmentally promotes respect for nature with a spiritual and physical experience, unforgettable moments of adventure for individual passengers and groups, both inside and outside the community; a concept that emphasizes the quality of life and nature, ecology, water, land, experience, health and well-being. Perfect for couples, families and groups of friends, for a vacation or a getaway, Napo Cultural Center offers the unique opportunity to enjoy contact with the biodiversity of the jungle in its natural state, combined with the main ancestral traditions of the Community Kichwa Añangu.

Napo Cultural Center Rates

Duration Accommodation
Single Double Triple
3 days – 2 nights 714,00 579,00 579,00

Departure & Return Location

Quito

Departure Time

To be confirmed on booking

Return Time

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Wear

Roll-up pant, short and long-sleeved shirts and trousers made of quick dry material ..

Price Includes

  • River transportation Coca
  • Napo Cultural Center
  • Coca Entrance fee to parrot clay licks
  • All meals
  • Community guide
  • English speaking guide
  • Visit and excursions according to the program Entrance fee to Yasuni National Park

Price Excludes

  • Air ticket
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals and drinks not described in the itinerary
  • Tips
  • Items not specified
Itinerary 3 Days

Day 1

Napo Cultural Center is located on the south bank of the Napo River, the largest Ecuadorian tributary of the Amazon, and lies within the Yasuni National Park. The journey begins from the town of Coca on comfortable motor-operated canoes, which travel down the river about two hours; during this time refreshments will be provided. You will see birds such as herons, kingfishers, terns and other Amazonian shorebirds as well as beautiful riverside landscapes. Upon arriving at Napo Cultural Center, visitors are warmly welcomed with a refreshing traditional drink and immediately taken to their cabins amidst the teeming wilderness found on one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth. In the afternoon, enjoy a short walk down to the Napo riverbank to enjoy a beautiful sunset on the beaches and natural islands. Return for dinner and rest.

Day 2

Breakfast and early departure on board the boat to visit an amazing parrot clay lick that with an easy access brings visitors face to face with approximately 11 species of parrots (incuding parrotlets and macaws), depending on the seasons, weather conditions and general good fortune. (This activity is usually successful).
We end this morning with a visit to the “Kuri Muyu” Interpretation Center run by the women of the community. Here we offer the chance to get to know the Kichwa culture, their crafts, traditions and use of natural resources directly with people from the community.
We return for lunch and rest at the lodge. In the afternoon, walk towards the Añangu stream to visit environments including wetland, upland forest and seasonally flooded forest.
Once at Añangu stream you will board a small canoe and head down the river in a spectacular adventure through the forest with opportunities to see nightlife alligators and to listen to the sounds of nature at its purest. Return to hotel in motorized canoes, Traditional typical dinner.

Day 3

(Optional) We get up at 4: 30 am to share one of the ancient customs of the Kichwa culture, making wayusa to energize the body listen to the kichwa songs and mind and think about important issues in a peaceful and unique way; then we get back for breakfast, before taking a motorized canoe back to the city of Coca.

Itinerary 4 Days

Day 1

Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge is located on the south bank of the Napo River, the largest Ecuadorian tributary of the Amazon, and lies within the Yasuni National Park. The journey begins from the town of Coca on comfortable motor-operated canoes, which travel down the river about two hours; during this time refreshments will be provided. You will see birds such as herons, kingfishers, terns and other Amazonian shorebirds as well as beautiful riverside landscapes.Upon arriving at Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge, visitors are warmly
welcomed with a refreshing traditional drink and immediately
taken to their cabins amidst the teeming wilderness found on
one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth.
In the afternoon, enjoy a short walk down to the Napo riverbank to enjoy a beautiful sunset on
the beaches and natural islands. Return for dinner and rest.
Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge – Itinerary Yaku Kausay

Day 2

Breakfast and early departure on board the boat to visit an amazing parrot clay lick that with an easy access brings visitors face to face with approximately 11 species of parrots (incudingparrotlets and macaws), depending on the seasons, weather conditions and general good fortune. (This activity is usually successful).
We end this morning with a visit to the “Kuri Muyu” Interpretation Center run by the women of the community. Here we offer the chance to get to know the Kichwa culture, their crafts, traditions and use of natural resources directly with people from the community.
We return for lunch and rest at the lodge. In the afternoon, walk towards the Añangu stream to visit environments including wetland, upland forest and seasonally flooded forest.
Once at Añangu stream you will board a small canoe and head down the river in a spectacular adventure through the forest with opportunities to
see nightlife alligators and to listen to the sounds of nature at its purest.
Return to hotel in motorized canoes, Traditional typical dinner.

Day 3

Breakfast visit around the community projects, talk about the worldview Kichwa Addition to medicinal and walk in the Mama Cuna road, excellent opportunity to see more wildlife, ceiba trees, strangler, bamboo cane, vines and shrubs endemic from Yasuní. We return for lunch and rest at the lodge. Once at Añangu stream, you will board a small canoe and head down the river in a spectacular adventure through the forest with opportunities to see nightlife alligators and to listen to the sounds of nature at its purest. Return to hotel in motorized canoes, traditional typical dinner.

Day 4

We get up at 4: 30 am to share one of the ancient customs of the Kichwa culture, making wayusa to energize the body listen, to the Kichwa songs and mind and think about important issues in a peaceful and unique way; then we get back for breakfast, before taking a motorized canoe back to the city of Coca. The program of 5 days or longer offers the opportunity to live a unique experience navigating the Napo River on an eco-catamaran which takes you to see tropical birds such as orioles, caciques, parrots, Several Species of herons, caracaras, doves, anis , terns and other species of primates.You can also practice water sports such as tubing or regatta on the Napo river or simply relax and unwind.

All itineraries are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control including but not limited to weather, road, trail, sea conditions flight schedules adjustments or cancellations, local authorities orders.

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