A trip to Ecuador’s Yasuni National Park is to discover one of the most ecologically diverse habitats on the planet ...
Every now and again, we all need to escape the stresses of daily life. So why not trade the metropolis for a slice of heaven, and commune with nature at Ecuador’s Yasuni Biosphere Reserve. This incredible destination offers a range of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, including visiting the Amazonian village of the Kichwa Añangu. Here, an indigenous community welcomes visitors from near and far, providing a rare insight to daily life in this precious environment.
The Yasuni Biosphere Reserve is a haven of natural wonders, where rare flora and fauna create a completely unique biodiversity. Local and trilingual guides are available to provide visitors with a wealth of knowledge about this rare and incredible ecosystem. They know all the best vantage points to enjoy the awe-inspiring Amazon Basin. From ground-level, high up in the forest canopy, or even paddling up black-water creeks, a visit to this corner of Latin America is a journey like no other.
The Napo Wildlife Center and Napo Cultural Center eco-lodge is your essential base for the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve. Their experienced teams can help you enjoy:
- Rowing at Anangu creek and lagoon
- Observing parrot clay licks
- Rainforest hiking
- Climbing forest canopy towers
- Local culture at Kuri Muyu