The Napo Wildlife Center, NWC Amazon Lodge, is the greatest and ultimate alternative luxury eco-hotel in Amazonian Ecuador. This ecotourism project includes the conservation of approximately over 82 square miles (53,500 acres - over 21,400 hectares ) of the most pristine Amazon Rain Forest within the Yasunì National Park, an important UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest tract of tropical rainforest in Ecuador.Since its pre-inaugural trip in March 2003 the lodge has been recognized by both guests and companies for its impeccable operation, service and experiences provided to all visitors. The New York Times featured NWC in its travel section in 2004, the BBC from the UK visited in same year for a nature special, Victor Emmanuel declared it as “One of the top 10 birding sites of the world” during his lecture at the 2004 British Birdwatching Fair, the World Travel Market in London awarded NWC as Best in a Protected Area in 2006. Now NWC counts with many and countless reviews about the lodge throughout the international media worldwide.
4 DAYS/ 3 NIGHTS - 760 PER PERSON
5 DAYS/ 4 NIGHTS - 950 PER PERSON
6 DAYS/ 5 NIGHTS - 1140 PER PERSON
7 DAYS/ 6 NIGHTS - 1330 PER PERSON
8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS - 1520 PER PERSON
4 DAYS/ 3 NIGHTS - 910 PER PERSON
5 DAYS/ 4 NIGHTS - 1140 PER PERSON
6 DAYS/ 5 NIGHTS - 1365 PER PERSON
7 DAYS/ 6 NIGHTS - 1595 PER PERSON
8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS - 1820 PER PERSON
INCLUDED: Accommodation, all meals, pure water, river transportation, local airport transfers Coca, all excursions, including the
NOT INCLUDED: Air ticket: Quito-Coca-Quito ($125), drinks, gratuities and any other requirements not specified.
SPECIAL NOTES: Children under 12 receive a discount: 30% in the price of the hotel if they share the same cabin of parents and 50%
Departure from Quito. Flight duration: 30 mins. to the city of Coca (Francisco de Orellana), crossing the eastern Andean cordillera. Arrival to Coca
midmorning, after the airport procedures, transfer chiva (Bus) or taxi from the airport to the port located on the Napo River. Shipping in comfortable thatched canoes, operated with outboard motors. The canoe trip down the river takes about two hours, during which time snacks are provided to passengers. During the transfer to the hotel you can see birds like herons, kingfishers, terns, sandpipers and other species. Once you reach the port of the NWC in confluence of the Napo River and Añanguyacu, we will make a change of boat. Here there will be the opportunity to use a bathroom. The second part of the journey lasts about an hour and a half, it is done in small boats called keels which are operated by the rowing community guides and assistants. Rowing down a narrow river where we eventually arrive at the lagoon and the NWC Lodge. There are excellent opportunities to see monkeys, birds such as toucans, macaws and the dense vegetation of the shore inviting you to an enchanted world. The arrival at the lodge is preceded by an incredible encounter with the calm Añangucocha lagoon waters and a spectacular view of the hotel.
Visitors are warmly welcomed with a refreshing drink after you which are guided to the comfort of the cabins. At night, after the dinner, there is the opportunity to sail around the lake in search of life especially at night and hear the sounds of this charming spot.
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