Rainforest Lodges, Ecuador


Spanning nearly 2.5 million acres of lush Amazonian rainforest, Ecuador’s Yasuni National Park is also a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador. The luxurious Napo Wildlife Center is nestled on a ridge at the edge of a great jungle lake surrounded by beautiful pristine rainforest. The Kitchwa Anangu people employ a sustainable eco-tourism model and all proceeds are reinvested into community projects including renewable energy, education and health care.

Take part in daily walks through the forest and on canoe excursions, including birding, hiking, and kayaking, tailored specific to your interests. A total of four separate canopy towers offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the upper most reaches of the treetops. Spy on clay licks teaming with parrots, macaws, toucans, hoatzins, river otters, moneys, and over 600 species of birds from a 130-foot-high canopy tower.All 16 private bungalows have one king bed and one twin bed, private bathroom, ceiling fans, and private porches with lake views. The 8 suites also have a living room, waterfall shower and a porch. There are four connecting suites ideal for families with a Jacuzzi and panoramic glass floor in the living room. The central tower houses a meeting room, boutique, a library and full bar with a 50-foot viewing tower.


30% discount offered for children 11 and younger on lodge rate.

 3 Nights4 Nights





Double Suite


Single Suite



  • Accommodations in a double or single room with private bath.
  • All meals served in the restaurant with international cuisine.
  • Guided Excursions with a bilingual guide and native guide
  • Transfers from the airport to the lodge
  • Local taxes, rubber boots and rain ponchos
  • Entrance to the Yasuni National Parkand parrot clay licks.
  • Airfare
  • Gratuities
  • Soft drinks
  • Alcoholic Beverages


Everyone coming to Napo Wildlife Center, located in the Yasuni National Park, must show a negative RT PCR test result of no more than 72 hours before arrival.


$256.00 per person round trip from Quito to Coca (subject to increase) $180.00 for children age 11 and under.


$100 per day (recommended for families with children). $ 600.00 private motorized canoe for transfers each way.


Deposits: A non-refundable deposit of $200 is required at the time of booking.
Final Payment: Due 60 days prior to departure.

Cancellations: made 59-0 days prior to departure are under full penalty.


Air Transportation: Daily flights from Quito to Coca except for on Sundays.

Health Requirements: Malaria medication is recommended for visitors to the jungle areas of Ecuador. The Amazon region is humid and warm with frequent rain, especially from June to November.


You should pack in one medium sized duffel or large backpack(weight limit 50 lbs). Items to pack include: binoculars, flashlight, poncho, insect repellant, hat, plastic bags, water bottle or canteen, scentless sunscreen, small backpack, t-shirts, scarf or bandana, long sleeve shirts, lightweight long pants, tennis shoes, rubber thongs, socks, bathing suits, and a camera.

Add a Napo Wildlife Stay to Your Galapagos Cruise

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