Napo Wild Life Center

Napo Wild Life Center

The ultimate experience for nature lovers.
The lungs of the Earth will revitalize you!
Leave behind the city life and escape to our eco-community for a life-changing experience you’ll cherish. Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, covering nearly 2.5 million acres of lush Amazon rainforest, is also a UNESCO biosphere reserve.

This is a place like no other! Our facility is the only one of its kind nestled within the vibrant heart of one of the planet’s most biodiverse ecosystems.

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Napo Wild Life Center Experiences

Xperience nature at Its best, rejuvenate amidst Earth’s lungs!
Leave city life behind and escape to our Eco Lodge for a life-changing experience you’ll cherish. Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, spanning nearly 2.5 million acres of lush Amazon rainforest, is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

¡Choose the perfect tour for you!

Napo Wild Life Center
PROGRAM
4 Days & 3 Nights
from 1525 USD
Napo Wild Life Center
PROGRAM
5 Days & 4 Nights
from 1868 USD
Napo Wild Life Center
PROGRAM
6 Days & 5 Nights
from 2218 USD

Itinerary 4D/3N

Embark on an exhilarating journey from Coca to the Napo Wildlife Center. Following a flight and a brief transfer, guests are warmly welcomed at a private dock with refreshments and a boxed lunch. A two-hour motorboat ride along the Napo River is followed by a serene canoe trip through a creek to the lodge on a lake. Along the way, spot monkeys and birds. Upon arrival, take in the breathtaking scenery of Lake Añangu, receive a welcome drink, and get briefed on hotel services before settling into comfortable jungle-view rooms.

Begins with an early visit to the parrot clay licks, about an hour and a half away from the lodge. Guests arrive just before the morning parrot activity, where they can observe five species, including parrots, parakeets, and macaws. Following this, a trail leads to the Kichwa Interpretation Center “Kuri Muyu,” managed by local women, providing insights into Kichwa culture and opportunities to purchase local handicrafts. The excursion then proceeds to the second parrot and parakeet clay lick through the Terra Firme Forest, offering glimpses of various bird and mammal species depending on weather conditions. After lunch, guests return to the lodge via the main stream, providing more chances for wildlife observation. The day concludes with dinner at the lodge.

Following a delightful breakfast, lodge guests embark on an exhilarating sunrise hike to the observation tower in the Napo River area. Rising 36 meters high and just 30 minutes from the lodge, this tower offers a unique view of the forest from the canopy of a Ceibo tree, allowing observation of various species such as tanagers, macaws, toucans, and monkeys. This experience provides a privileged perspective of wildlife.

After lunch, a hike through a terra firme forest awaits, offering the chance to encounter diverse fauna, including the elusive golden-mantled tamarin monkeys. Later, guests explore the lake and streams by canoe, hoping to catch sight of giant otters. The lodge boasts a second observation tower above the restaurant, offering a stunning view of the lagoon and its surroundings.

The day concludes with dinner followed by a night walk, providing opportunities to observe insects, reptiles, amphibians, and even nocturnal monkeys with the assistance of flashlights.

The day starts early as we return to the welcome area for the transfer to the motorboat. We’ll cruise through the Añangu stream, enjoying the morning sounds and the tranquil dawn scenery. Then, we’ll switch to the motorized boat for the journey back to Coca. Upon arrival, we’ll check in for the return flight to Quito, with the schedule announced based on arrangements provided by the airline.

 

This itinerary serves as a sample and is subject to changes based on weather conditions, logistical considerations, guest and staff safety, Yasuní National Park regulations, and guest preferences. Modifications may enhance opportunities for wildlife observation, cultural interactions, and overall park enjoyment.

Swimming in Laguna Añangucocha is strictly prohibited for safety reasons.

Itinerary 5D/4N

Embark on an exhilarating journey from Coca to the Napo Wildlife Center. Following a flight and a brief transfer, guests are warmly welcomed at a private dock with refreshments and a boxed lunch. A two-hour motorboat ride along the Napo River is followed by a serene canoe trip through a creek to the lodge on a lake. Along the way, spot monkeys and birds. Upon arrival, take in the breathtaking scenery of Lake Añangu, receive a welcome drink, and get briefed on hotel services before settling into comfortable jungle-view rooms.

Begins with an early visit to the parrot clay licks, about an hour and a half away from the lodge. Guests arrive just before the morning parrot activity, where they can observe five species, including parrots, parakeets, and macaws. Following this, a trail leads to the Kichwa Interpretation Center “Kuri Muyu,” managed by local women, providing insights into Kichwa culture and opportunities to purchase local handicrafts. The excursion then proceeds to the second parrot and parakeet clay lick through the Terra Firme Forest, offering glimpses of various bird and mammal species depending on weather conditions. After lunch, guests return to the lodge via the main stream, providing more chances for wildlife observation. The day concludes with dinner at the lodge.

Following a delightful breakfast, lodge guests embark on an exhilarating sunrise hike to the observation tower in the Napo River area. Rising 36 meters high and just 30 minutes from the lodge, this tower offers a unique view of the forest from the canopy of a Ceibo tree, allowing observation of various species such as tanagers, macaws, toucans, and monkeys. This experience provides a privileged perspective of wildlife.

After lunch, a hike through a terra firme forest awaits, offering the chance to encounter diverse fauna, including the elusive golden-mantled tamarin monkeys. Later, guests explore the lake and streams by canoe, hoping to catch sight of giant otters. The lodge boasts a second observation tower above the restaurant, offering a stunning view of the lagoon and its surroundings.

The day concludes with dinner followed by a night walk, providing opportunities to observe insects, reptiles, amphibians, and even nocturnal monkeys with the assistance of flashlights.

This morning, we’ll venture into trails winding through terra firme and swamp forests, seeking out wildlife like golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin monkeys, sloths, and more. Following the hike, we’ll return to the eco-lodge for a delightful lunch and relaxation. In the afternoon, we’ll glide through streams in rowing canoes, offering more opportunities to spot unique wildlife. Our lodge offers a unique Amazonian experience, allowing you to immerse in regional biodiversity from the comfort of our facilities.

The day starts early as we return to the welcome area for the transfer to the motorboat. We’ll cruise through the Añangu stream, enjoying the morning sounds and the tranquil dawn scenery. Then, we’ll switch to the motorized boat for the journey back to Coca. Upon arrival, we’ll check in for the return flight to Quito, with the schedule announced based on arrangements provided by the airline.

Itinerary 6D/5N

Embark on an exhilarating journey from Coca to the Napo Wildlife Center. Following a flight and a brief transfer, guests are warmly welcomed at a private dock with refreshments and a boxed lunch. A two-hour motorboat ride along the Napo River is followed by a serene canoe trip through a creek to the lodge on a lake. Along the way, spot monkeys and birds. Upon arrival, take in the breathtaking scenery of Lake Añangu, receive a welcome drink, and get briefed on hotel services before settling into comfortable jungle-view rooms.

Begins with an early visit to the parrot clay licks, about an hour and a half away from the lodge. Guests arrive just before the morning parrot activity, where they can observe five species, including parrots, parakeets, and macaws. Following this, a trail leads to the Kichwa Interpretation Center “Kuri Muyu,” managed by local women, providing insights into Kichwa culture and opportunities to purchase local handicrafts. The excursion then proceeds to the second parrot and parakeet clay lick through the Terra Firme Forest, offering glimpses of various bird and mammal species depending on weather conditions. After lunch, guests return to the lodge via the main stream, providing more chances for wildlife observation. The day concludes with dinner at the lodge.

Following a delightful breakfast, lodge guests embark on an exhilarating sunrise hike to the observation tower in the Napo River area. Rising 36 meters high and just 30 minutes from the lodge, this tower offers a unique view of the forest from the canopy of a Ceibo tree, allowing observation of various species such as tanagers, macaws, toucans, and monkeys. This experience provides a privileged perspective of wildlife.

After lunch, a hike through a terra firme forest awaits, offering the chance to encounter diverse fauna, including the elusive golden-mantled tamarin monkeys. Later, guests explore the lake and streams by canoe, hoping to catch sight of giant otters. The lodge boasts a second observation tower above the restaurant, offering a stunning view of the lagoon and its surroundings.

The day concludes with dinner followed by a night walk, providing opportunities to observe insects, reptiles, amphibians, and even nocturnal monkeys with the assistance of flashlights.

This morning, we’ll venture into trails winding through terra firme and swamp forests, seeking out wildlife like golden-mantled tamarins, capuchin monkeys, sloths, and more. Following the hike, we’ll return to the eco-lodge for a delightful lunch and relaxation. In the afternoon, we’ll glide through streams in rowing canoes, offering more opportunities to spot unique wildlife. Our lodge offers a unique Amazonian experience, allowing you to immerse in regional biodiversity from the comfort of our facilities.

Today, we venture to Pañacocha Lake, situated across the Napo River, promising a day replete with nature exploration and wildlife encounters, with the thrilling possibility of spotting pink dolphins. Setting off from the lodge in the morning, we navigate a scenic creek for approximately 90 minutes, admiring diverse wildlife along the way.

Upon arrival, guests receive an orientation about the area and a box lunch to enjoy either in a canoe or at a nearby lodge. Conditions permitting, there’s an opportunity to swim in the lake. The Pañacocha region offers sightings of various species, including macaws, sloths, squirrel monkeys, black-mantled titi monkeys, capuchin monkeys, and anacondas, among others. The return to Napo Wildlife Center is scheduled for the afternoon.

After a sumptuous dinner, guests can partake in a night hike through the forest trails, exploring the nocturnal wonders of the Amazon rainforest.

The day starts early as we return to the welcome area for the transfer to the motorboat. We’ll cruise through the Añangu stream, enjoying the morning sounds and the tranquil dawn scenery. Then, we’ll switch to the motorized boat for the journey back to Coca. Upon arrival, we’ll check in for the return flight to Quito, with the schedule announced based on arrangements provided by the airline.

 

The programs

• River transportation Coca – Napo Wildlife Center – Coca
• Accommodation in Napo Wildlife Center
• All meals
• Entrance to Yasuni National Park and parrot clay licks
• Community guide and naturalist bilingual guide
• Rain poncho and rubber boots
• All excursions and activities as per detailed itinerary

• USD 256 per adult (from 12 years old) / USD 205 per child (up to 11 years old): air tickets Quito-Coca-Quito with airport assistance in Quito and Coca’s airports, including a land transfer to our private dock in Coca. Rates subject to change without prior notice.
• Beverages, tips, personal expenses and other non specified services (laundry and internet).

• Sweater
• Flashlight
• Hat or cap
• ID documents
• Long sleeve t-shirts
• Anti rain plastic protector
• Long and light pants (trousers)
• Sunscreen & Mosquito repellent

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