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My wife and I cannot say enough positive things about our wonderful stay with the Anangu community of the Kichwa Indigenous people. All other 5 star reviews will cover the details- fine accommodations, well managed logistics details, good solid food, great jungle, great animals. Two...More
I recently stayed at Napo Wildlife Center for 4 nights as an extension of a visit to Galapagos. As incredible as the islands were, I have to say that my time at Napo was the highlight of this trip. I only wish I had been...More
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Response from NapoWildlifeCenter, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Napo Wildlife Center EcolodgeResponded 15 August 2017
Thanks for your kind review about your experience at Napo Wildlife Center, we are really glad to know that you enjoyed it to the fullest, our community always try to give the best service in the heart of Yasuni Biosphere Reserve. Thanks for contributing to...More
This ecolodge is owned and operated by the local indigenous community. The care the community takes of the environment and the guests was obvious in everything we did. The food was great, the views stupendous. Our guides Marcelo and Mario pointed out wildlife that we...More
Napo is owned by the local community (not some foreign investor) and it shows in everything that happens there. The facility is located on a small lake / lagoon deep in the Amazon rain forest. The wildlife viewing (birds, caimans, monkeys, giant otters etc) opportunities...More
Traveling all day to reach Napo Wildlife Center in Yasuní National Park may seem a bit intimidating, but it is well worth the effort for anyone who has a love for wildlife and the beauty of places only lightly touched by humans. The accommodations at...More
Response from NapoWildlifeCenter | Property representative |
Hi Emily V, you cannot see pink dolphins in the lagoon where the lodge is located, here you can spot big animals like caimans and giant river otters. But if you want to see them, the chances are high near Tiputini river... More
Hi Emily V, you cannot see pink dolphins in the lagoon where the lodge is located, here you can spot big animals like caimans and giant river otters. But if you want to see them, the chances are high near Tiputini river, that is located in our terrirory too. You can add this excusion when you stay at least 5 nights, it´s an amazing experience and you get the chance to visit the "Waorani" aboriginal tribe as well.