NAPO WILDLIFE CENTER

NAPO WILDLIFE CENTER

Located in the heart of the Yasuní National Park, a UNESCO a Biosphere Reserve, the Napo Wildlife Center provides visitors with great opportunities to explore the treasures hidden in the sacred lands of the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador. One of the particularities of this hotel is that it is 100% managed by the Kichwa Añangu community, making it the greatest example of a community-based project that benefits the local community and preserves the diverse flora and fauna of the area. With 12 ample and comfortable standard cabins and 8 suites, the Napo Wildlife Center complex offers the most comfortable accommodations of the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador and unique opportunities explore the treasures hidden in the forests and creeks of the jungle.

LIFE IS COMFORTABLE AT AMAZON JUNGLE:
Located in a privileged area of the Ecuadorian Amazon, the Napo Wildlife Center is one of the largest eco-lodges in the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador. The typical local open-air architecture and modern style of the hotel make it the ideal place for an unforgettable jungle experience with luxurious amenities. The Napo Wildlife Center features 20 red thatched-roof huts and a main hall with a 360° panoramic view of Lake Anangu and the surrounding forest.

PROGRAMS

This is a sample itinerary, subject to change due to weather conditions, security, and the particular interests of guests and groups. Changes and additions are made to maximize wildlife and landscape enjoyment, cultural interaction with local people, and as much time as possible in the richest rainforest in Ecuador: Yasuní National Park. Please consult us for tailor-made itineraries for a unique wildlife experience at the best Lodge in the Amazon: Napo Wildlife Center.

EXTENDED STAY PROGRAM 

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

Our 5 day-4 night tour allows you to have an extended stay in this tropical paradise. With more time to explore, you will be able to experience a little more of the natural wonder that is Yasuni National Park. Whether you choose to spend another day hiking a forest trail or paddling along one of the black water streams to discover the incredible wildlife who live here, it promises to be time well spent in this sacred land.

DAY 1:
This morning we will take a short flight from Quito to the town of Coca, lasting about half an hour. A short drive from the airport to "La Mision", the main port of Coca, will bring you to "the gateway to the Amazon" where Francisco de Orellana set sail in 1541.

Our method of transportation will now be a comfortable covered canoe powered by twin outboard motors where we can enjoy a box lunch and coffee provided en route. This craft will take us downstream on the Napo River for about 2.5 hours to the Napo Wildlife Center (NWC) welcome station.

Here we will take a short break and make use of the facilities before transferring to smaller canoes that are used instead of motorized vehicles to maintain the pristine landscape and habitats. Over the next couple of hours, we will paddle you up Añangu Creek to the NWC lodge, which is situated on the bank of a tranquil lake amid a vast tract of primary rainforest where hunting is prohibited. On this canoe ride, you have high chances of spotting wildlife! Various species of monkeys, as well as large birds like toucans, parrots, and even macaws, can be seen.

DAY 2:
After a buffet breakfast, experience life above the forest floor by visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge and deep within the forest. Get an excellent sample of the 600+ species of birds recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycatchers, and even spider or howler monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees. The canopy tower opens up a whole new and exciting world to the guests of the Napo Wildlife Center.

Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch, there are many options to choose from for your afternoon activity. Climb the central tower for birdwatching, go kayaking, or simply relax in your hammock if that's more your speed.

You may choose to hike through the marvelous Terra Firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest. Vines, ancient trees, bromeliads, and orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding lake and creeks for the chance to run into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you in our lodge restaurant at 7:30 pm.

DAY 3: 
This morning we will visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador!! An early start will allow us to see different creatures while paddling downstream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, we take the motorboat for a 10 minute ride for a beautiful view of thousands of parrots such as the amazon-mealy, blue-headed, and orange –cheeked, among others who land at the natural river-side formation to eat some clay.

Later, we return to the welcome area and start a short hike to the parakeets' clay lick. Here hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain crowded in the trees waiting for the most confident members of the flock to decide it's the best time to get minerals from the clay. Marvel as they all take turns landing at this clay lick in a flurry of color and sound.

Lunch at Napo Cultural Center. In the afternoon, visit the interpretation area to learn about the traditions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu through song, dance, and conversation. Then head back to the lodge late in the afternoon. You will be welcomed back with a refreshing fruit drink, and dinner following at 7:30 pm.

DAY 4: 
This morning we will hike along the Tiputini trail. Enjoy the mixture of Terra-Firma and swamp forests while searching for more wildlife such as golden-mantled tamarins, white-faced capuchin monkeys, two and three-toed sloths, pigmy squirrels, and maybe even a carnivore's tracks on the forest floor.

We return to the lodge for lunch and a well-deserved rest. In the afternoon, paddle canoes will take you deeper into areas of the surrounding creeks with more possibilities of seeing unique wildlife like the hoatzin. After dinner, we can all discuss and share our experiences of the community and Napo Wildlife Center.

DAY 5: 
Early breakfast and last excursion canoeing back to the Napo River. The creek may reveal new sights of giant otters, monk saki monkeys, black-capped donacobius, and other birds. The motorized canoe will take you back to Coca for the flight back to Quito.

NOTICE: Twenty years ago, the indigenous Kichwa Añangu Community collectively relinquished their right to hunt and fish to recover wildlife populations. For this reason, hunting and fishing are not allowed. For security reasons, swimming in Añangucocha Lake is also forbidden because your safety is our primary concern.

Additional Day(s): Optional excursions such as hikes through different trails and forest types are available. Canoe rides to explore areas of surrounding creeks in more depth will yield more wildlife observations. Additional mammal clay lick excursion and handicraft workshops with the local community are also available, among other options.

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EXTENDED STAY PROGRAM 

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

Our 5 day-4 night tour allows you to have an extended stay in this tropical paradise. With more time to explore, you will be able to experience a little more of the natural wonder that is Yasuni National Park. Whether you choose to spend another day hiking a forest trail or paddling along one of the black water streams to discover the incredible wildlife who live here, it promises to be time well spent in this sacred land.

DAY 1:
This morning we will take a short flight from Quito to the town of Coca, lasting about half an hour. A short drive from the airport to "La Mision", the main port of Coca, will bring you to "the gateway to the Amazon" where Francisco de Orellana set sail in 1541.

Our method of transportation will now be a comfortable covered canoe powered by twin outboard motors where we can enjoy a box lunch and coffee provided en route. This craft will take us downstream on the Napo River for about 2.5 hours to the Napo Wildlife Center (NWC) welcome station.

Here we will take a short break and make use of the facilities before transferring to smaller canoes that are used instead of motorized vehicles to maintain the pristine landscape and habitats. Over the next couple of hours, we will paddle you up Añangu Creek to the NWC lodge, which is situated on the bank of a tranquil lake amid a vast tract of primary rainforest where hunting is prohibited. On this canoe ride, you have high chances of spotting wildlife! Various species of monkeys, as well as large birds like toucans, parrots, and even macaws, can be seen.

DAY 2:
After a buffet breakfast, experience life above the forest floor by visiting the 36-meter canopy tower. This tower is located about 30 minutes from the lodge and deep within the forest. Get an excellent sample of the 600+ species of birds recorded so far, with a close look at colorful tanagers, macaws, toucans, flycatchers, and even spider or howler monkeys feeding themselves on the nearby trees. The canopy tower opens up a whole new and exciting world to the guests of the Napo Wildlife Center.

Return to the lodge for a typical Ecuadorian lunch. After lunch, there are many options to choose from for your afternoon activity. Climb the central tower for birdwatching, go kayaking, or simply relax in your hammock if that's more your speed.

You may choose to hike through the marvelous Terra Firme forest to discover the ecology and the role of plants in the complex world of the Tropical Rain-Forest. Vines, ancient trees, bromeliads, and orchids stand out in this impressive natural garden. After the hike, explore the surrounding lake and creeks for the chance to run into a Giant otter family. A delicious dinner awaits for you in our lodge restaurant at 7:30 pm.

DAY 3: 
This morning we will visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador!! An early start will allow us to see different creatures while paddling downstream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, we take the motorboat for a 10 minute ride for a beautiful view of thousands of parrots such as the amazon-mealy, blue-headed, and orange –cheeked, among others who land at the natural river-side formation to eat some clay.

Later, we return to the welcome area and start a short hike to the parakeets' clay lick. Here hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain crowded in the trees waiting for the most confident members of the flock to decide it's the best time to get minerals from the clay. Marvel as they all take turns landing at this clay lick in a flurry of color and sound.

Lunch at Napo Cultural Center. In the afternoon, visit the interpretation area to learn about the traditions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu through song, dance, and conversation. Then head back to the lodge late in the afternoon. You will be welcomed back with a refreshing fruit drink, and dinner following at 7:30 pm.

DAY 4: 
This morning we will hike along the Tiputini trail. Enjoy the mixture of Terra-Firma and swamp forests while searching for more wildlife such as golden-mantled tamarins, white-faced capuchin monkeys, two and three-toed sloths, pigmy squirrels, and maybe even a carnivore's tracks on the forest floor.

We return to the lodge for lunch and a well-deserved rest. In the afternoon, paddle canoes will take you deeper into areas of the surrounding creeks with more possibilities of seeing unique wildlife like the hoatzin. After dinner, we can all discuss and share our experiences of the community and Napo Wildlife Center.

DAY 5: 
Early breakfast and last excursion canoeing back to the Napo River. The creek may reveal new sights of giant otters, monk saki monkeys, black-capped donacobius, and other birds. The motorized canoe will take you back to Coca for the flight back to Quito.

NOTICE: Twenty years ago, the indigenous Kichwa Añangu Community collectively relinquished their right to hunt and fish to recover wildlife populations. For this reason, hunting and fishing are not allowed. For security reasons, swimming in Añangucocha Lake is also forbidden because your safety is our primary concern.

Additional Day(s): Optional excursions such as hikes through different trails and forest types are available. Canoe rides to explore areas of surrounding creeks in more depth will yield more wildlife observations. Additional mammal clay lick excursion and handicraft workshops with the local community are also available, among other options.

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CULTURAL & ADVENTURE PROGRAM 

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

Come and experience the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest if you are looking for the adventure of your lifetime! Let the exotic air of Yasuni and Napo Wildlife Center envelop you. Learn about the ancestral customs and native knowledge of the Kichwa Añangu community by being immersed in their rich culture. Be the main protagonist in your untold story of wonder amidst this unique wilderness.

DAY 1: 
Departing from Quito, a 30 minute flight will take you to the jungle town of Coca. Here the real adventure begins! After landing, our staff members will drive you to the Orellana port, where you'll get on board a motorized canoe that will take us to the welcoming area of the Napo Wildlife Center. During the 2 hour ride, you will have the opportunity to see some aquatic birds and nature surrounding the Napo River.

Upon arriving at the Napo Cultural Center, guests are welcomed with a nice and refreshing traditional drink and then shown to their cabins with stunning views of the wilderness and natural gardens bordering the lodge. Once settled into your new home located in the Kichwa Añangu community, you can discover what real life is like in the Amazon rainforest.

In the afternoon, you can join us on a short walk to the Napo riverbank to enjoy a beautiful sunset on the beaches and natural islands of the Napo riverbank. Then, we'll return to the lodge to have a delicious traditional typical dinner at the restaurant. You are welcome to see how the meals are cooked by the chef since the kitchen area is open to visitors.

DAY 2:
(OPTIONAL) We get up early at 4:30am, before the sun rises, to participate in one of the most ancient customs of the Kichwa Añangu community. The wayusa tea ceremony will energize the body and then follows the ritual of listening to Kichwa songs and meditating about life and important issues peacefully. Dream interpretation by the elders is possible.

After a buffet-style breakfast at the restaurant, we'll visit the Canopy Observation Tower that proves to be a place where you'll experience life in the jungle atop the trees. The 36-meter Canopy tower is about 30 minutes from the lodge and rooted deep in the forest. A place unlike any other!

Get a close-up view of colorful birds such as tanagers, toucans, macaws, parrots, flycatchers, and some monkey species. As spider or howler monkeys feed on the fruits and seeds found in the nearby trees, you can compare things like your own appetite or family dynamics.

After visiting the Canopy tower, we'll go to the Napo Wildlife Center to have a delicious local lunch at the lodge's restaurant. Enjoy features like a 360° view of the Añangu Lake and surrounding nature. After lunch time, you can choose from the many options the NWC offers you: relaxing on the hammocks, reading a book, or climbing the dining room observation tower for birdwatching.

In the afternoon, you'll go hiking through a stunning terra-firme forest where you will discover this complex ecosystem. Living in the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador are vines, orchids, bromeliads, ancient trees and incredible animals such as insects, spiders, mammals, birds, and monkeys. After the hike, you'll ride on the surrounding creeks by paddle-canoe to explore the aquatic wildlife. Dinner at the lodge at about 7:30pm.

DAY 3: 
This morning we will visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador!! An early start will allow us to see different creatures while paddling downstream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, we take the motorboat for a 10 minute ride for a beautiful view of thousands of parrots such as the amazon-mealy, blue-headed, and orange –cheeked, among others who land at the natural river-side formation to eat some clay.

Later, we return to the welcome area and start a short hike to the parakeets' clay lick. Here hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain crowded in the trees waiting for the most confident members of the flock to decide it's the best time to get minerals from the clay. Marvel as they all take turns landing at this clay lick in a flurry of color and sound.

Lunch at Napo Cultural Center. In the afternoon, visit the interpretation area to learn about the traditions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu through song, dance, and conversation. Then head back to the lodge late in the afternoon. You will be welcomed back with a refreshing fruit drink, and dinner following at 7:30 pm.Get up early in the morning to visit the most stunning parrot clay licks in the Amazon Jungle of Ecuador! First, we will paddle downstream on the Añangu creek until reaching the Kichwa Añangu community. Then, after a 10 minute ride on a motorized canoe, we'll arrive at the parrot clay licks where hundreds of magnificently colorful birds gather to lick the minerals contained in the soil that help them to digest the fruits and seeds that make up their diets.

A short walk brings us to the parakeets' clay lick next. See hundreds of parakeets atop the trees waiting for the best time to eat the minerals and salt contained in the soil. Hungry ourselves by now, we will enjoy lunch that will be served riverside in the welcoming area.

In the afternoon, we'll visit the Interpretative Centre where the women of the community will welcome you. Learn about their customs and traditions while you enjoy the community's typical rituals and dances. Late in the afternoon, we'll go back to the Napo Wildlife Center lodge to have dinner and rest up for the next day's adventure.

DAY 4: 
This morning we'll explore the terra-firme and swamp forests of the Tiputini trail in search of more wildlife such as monkeys, snakes, two and three-toed sloths, squirrels and exotic plants and trees typical of the Tropical forest.

Then, we'll go back to the lodge to have lunch and rest in the rooms or the social areas. And in the afternoon, we'll paddle around in the surrounding creeks to explore the waters of Amazonia to meet with more unique wildlife.

Back to the lodge for another excellent meal. After dinner time, our staff members will play a video about the Kichwa Añangu community and the Napo Wildlife Center.

DAY 5: 
After an early breakfast, we'll go the way we came back to Coca city. In this last excursion upstream on the Napo River, you may see some new sights of the Amazonia flora and fauna.

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GO BIRDING PROGRAM 

5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

Do you consider yourself an avid birder? If so, our thrilling 5 day- 4 night birding tour will have you positively chirping with excitement. More than a whopping 600 unique species of birds call this part of the Amazon home. Led by a local guide and professional naturalist, join like-minded bird enthusiasts on the adventure of a lifetime.

DAY 1: 
A 30 minute flight from Quito to Coca over the eastern Andes mountain range is the beginning of this fantastic experience. After landing, a short 5 minute drive will bring you to the Coca port where you will take a comfortable covered motorboat ride along the Napo River. Approximately 2 hours later, and after spotting some birds along the way, we arrive at Napo Wildlife Center's first welcoming area which is complete with restroom facilities.

After arriving at Napo Wildlife Center's welcoming area, we will switch watercraft and take a magical and peaceful 2 hour dugout-canoe ride along a narrow creek where motorized vehicles are prohibited. The Añangu stream connects to the lake where the lodge is located. Along the way, we'll see our first hoatzins and get a taste for the diversity of the region, with birds perhaps including rufescent tiger-heron, sungrebe, red-bellied macaw, and green-and-rufous kingfisher. We reach our final destination by arriving at the lodge in the late afternoon. Enjoy your first night at NWC lodge.

DAY 2-3-4:
This morning we will visit the best parrot clay licks in Ecuador!! An early start will allow us to see different creatures while paddling downstream on the Añangu creek as far as the welcome area. Then, we take the motorboat for a 10 minute ride for a beautiful view of thousands of parrots such as the amazon-mealy, blue-headed, and orange –cheeked, among others who land at the natural river-side formation to eat some clay.

Later, we return to the welcome area and start a short hike to the parakeets' clay lick. Here hundreds of cobalt-winged parakeets remain crowded in the trees waiting for the most confident members of the flock to decide it's the best time to get minerals from the clay. Marvel as they all take turns landing at this clay lick in a flurry of color and sound.

Lunch at Napo Cultural Center. In the afternoon, visit the interpretation area to learn about the traditions of the ancestral Kichwa community of Añangu through song, dance, and conversation. Then head back to the lodge late in the afternoon. You will be welcomed back with a refreshing fruit drink, and dinner following at 7:30 pm.Get up early in the morning to visit the most stunning parrot clay licks in the Amazon Jungle of Ecuador! First, we will paddle downstream on the Añangu creek until reaching the Kichwa Añangu community. Then, after a 10 minute ride on a motorized canoe, we'll arrive at the parrot clay licks where hundreds of magnificently colorful birds gather to lick the minerals contained in the soil that help them to digest the fruits and seeds that make up their diets.

A short walk brings us to the parakeets' clay lick next. See hundreds of parakeets atop the trees waiting for the best time to eat the minerals and salt contained in the soil. Hungry ourselves by now, we will enjoy lunch that will be served riverside in the welcoming area.

In the afternoon, we'll visit the Interpretative Centre where the women of the community will welcome you. Learn about their customs and traditions while you enjoy the community's typical rituals and dances. Late in the afternoon, we'll go back to the Napo Wildlife Center lodge to have dinner and rest up for the next day's adventure.(The days can be extended as required by passengers)

One or two mornings, we will visit the very sturdy canopy tower which offers privileged access to a world apart from the rest of the rainforest. Three full days or more will only scratch the surface of the full range of avifauna in western Amazonia. Get a feel for the complexity of precious habitats and microhabitats within easy reach of the lodge.

Flocks of oropendolas, aracaris, tanagers, and euphonias roam the canopy in search of fruit. Spangled and plum-throated cotingas sing from the treetops while raptors perch on vantage points to dry off in the morning sun. White-browed purpletufts and crowned slaty flycatchers compete for insects, numerous parrots and macaws fly by or drop in if there is a fruiting tree nearby, and many other species wander past (and through!) the towering tree.

Good forest trails offer access to another component of the avifauna with woodcreepers, antbirds, and tinamous are particularly well represented. We should be able to encounter the vocally striking screaming piha and the visually striking black-necked red cotinga. Keep your eyes peeled, cameras charged, and binoculars at the ready.

DAY 2-3-4:
Several clay licks (or "saladeros") exist on the NWC lands. Here we should see (and hear!) the spectacle of hundreds of parrots and parakeets coming in to eat clay. It's a unique sight to see, and it never gets old! The river-edge forest, where we'll visit the local community that built and expertly runs the lodge, is home to numerous other species such as turquoise and magpie tanagers, rufous-headed woodpeckers, and swallow-winged puffbirds.

We'll also enjoy numerous canoe rides around the lake by the lodge and along adjacent creeks, where the songs of silvered and plumbeous antbirds reverberate through the flooded forest. Birds we will be seeking here include the poorly known zigzag heron, a habitat specialist called the point-tailed palmcreeper, the orange-crested manakin, and the striking long-billed woodcreeper. Plenty of different species of monkeys and the impressive giant river otter are also highlights.

And then there are islands in the Río Napo which, depending on their age, support a varied avifauna distinct from that found on the "mainland" only a few hundred yards away! Island specialties we hope to see include the black-and-white antbird, olive-spotted hummingbird, and at least three species of spinetails. Plus more "expected" river birds such as the capped heron, collared plover, and yellow-billed tern will surely make an appearance.

DAY 5:
Today we will make the journey back along the Añangu stream and head back up the Napo River to Coca for the return flight to Quito.

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Photograpy PROGRAM 

3 or 4 NIGHTS

Our exclusive photo tours are led by experienced and award-winning professional photographers and biologists. This package is designed for both beginners and well-seasoned explorers. We aim to put you in the right place at the perfect moment to capture stunning photographs. You will learn essential techniques and get transferrable tips from the pros, which will help you grow as a photographer in your own right. Be an honored guest in our community, enjoy the unique and vibrant local culture, and take part in a life-changing experience in one of the most stunning and bio-diverse spots in the world. There’s no telling which incredible creatures will become the subject of your lens here in the Amazon.
IMPORTANT: Make a private photography guide reservation for this kind of tour.

SAMPLE PROGRAM: 
Departure from Quito in the morning and travel to the Añangu community. We take out the cameras when we reach the black water “Añangu” stream. After brief instructions and advice, we start taking photos on our the way to the majestic Napo Wildlife Center.

Arrival and check-in at the lodge. Photography from the NWC tower at sunset, followed by a delicious dinner. We will then talk about all of the possible activities to do during the next few days at the lodge.

You can choose from the following activities for a full combination of experiences during sunrises, mornings, afternoons, sunsets, and nights. Many can be combined and repeated depending on the weather and the interests of the group. There are plenty of options to choose from whether you are staying for a 3, 4, or 5 night tour.

DAYLIGHT ACTIVITIES:

SUNRISE ACTIVITIES
• Sunrise in the hotel tower (1 to 3 hours)
• Dawn in the NWC canopy tower (30 min to 1 hour duration)
• Parrot clay licks and Kuri Muyu Cultural Center (all morning and lunch)

MORNING AND AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES
• Hike a trail leading to the tower (2 to 4 hours)
• Blackwater creek and lake for otters, caimans, monkeys and birds (2 to 4 hours)
• Monkeys and birds arround the lodge
• Macro photography on the trail behind the lodge

NOCTURNAL ACTIVITIES AND TALKS:

NIGHT ACTIVITIES
• Night walks on the lodge trail to photograph amphibians, reptiles, and insects
• Night walks on the path to the tower to photograph amphibians, reptiles, and insects
• Observation of alligators and frogs around the lake
• Talks (detailed below)

TALKS ABOUT
• How do I use my camera?
• Essential tips to achieve a good photo in the jungle
• Photographic composition
• Storytelling
• The correct use of flash
• Post-processing and cataloging your images
• Conservation Photography
• Photo criticism workshop and portfolio review

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RATES 2022 - 2023

All rates are per person.

ACCOMMODATION DOUBLE StandarD SINGLE STANDARD DOUBLE SUITE SINGLE SUITE
4 DAYS - 3 NIGHTS $1425 $2260 $1685 $2684
5 DAYS - 4 NIGHTS $1746 $2745 $2087 $3249
6 DAYS -  5 NIGHTS $2073 $3229 $2460 $3811
7 DAYS - 6 NIGHTS $2385 $3696 $2847 $4390
8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS $2682 $4143 $3204 $4927
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 INCLUDED 

  • Canoe transportation from Coca to the Lodge
  • Accommodation
  • All meals according to program
  • Entrance Fee to the Visit the Parrot Clay Licks
  • All excursions and activities like program detail and English speaking guide
  • Entrance to the Yasuní National Park

 NOT INCLUDED 

  • Airfare Quito–Coca–Quito
  • Check-in and transfer in & out in the city of Coca.
  • Alcoholic Drinks
  • tips and personal expenses
  • Internet, laundry and any other unspecified requirements.

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