Located in the heart of the Yasuní National Park, a UNESCO a Biosphere Reserve, the Napo Wildlife Center is a luxury eco-lodge sitting on the largest tract of tropical rainforest in Ecuador. The concept and construction are the brainchild of the Kichwa Añangu community who now own 100% of the lodge, and has led it to be universally recognized for service excellence and abundant wildlife, making it the greatest blueprint of a community-based project that benefits the local community and preserves the diverse flora and fauna of the area. The indigenous Indian community has put a lot of effort and manpower to have a sustainable way of living without hurting their natural resources; community members staff the lodge and work as native guides and specialized, bilingual naturalist guides.
Situated next to Anangucocha Lake, the Napo Wildlife Center complex features 10 private cabanas with lake views, a dining room, bar and lounge and an adjacent observation tower. The Lodge is accessible only by means of a paddled canoe as a way to protect the forest and preserve the flora and fauna found in the area.
Step into the beauty of this pristinely expansive wilderness and explore the treasures hidden in the sacred lands of the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador, and The Napo Wildlife Center is in the heart of it ready to help you experience it.