Napo Cultural Center: the best hotel in the Amazon

Hotel in amazon

At the Napo Cultural Center there is always something exciting to do. Built on the banks of the Napo River, this community-based tourism project is the perfect opportunity for tourist to join the Añangu community way of life and at the same time explore the beauty of the Amazon Rainforest.

If you want to know about what facilities we offer you at the Napo Cultural Center read this article.

 

Comfort and luxury at Yasuní

 

The Napo Cultural Center has 12 spacious, comfortable cabins to welcome groups up to 36 people. All of the cabins are fully equipped with:

  • Electricity 24/7 provided by solar panels and silent generators which helps to reduce the environment impacts.
  • King and twin size beds depending on the rooms.
  • Ceiling fans.
  • Screened windows and mosquito nests.
  • A private bathroom with a hammock.
  • Hot water.

The views from the balconies are great because all the lodge is surrounded by nature so you will wake up every morning with the sounds of birds and the smell of the jungle.

 

Excelent food and service

 

The common areas of the Yasuní are great to relax and have a different time sharing with the community and other visitors. There is a library from which you can borrow books about nature, wildlife, history, etc., and have a nice reading time.

 

Also there is a restaurant with an open kitchen from where you can interact with the chefs and learn how they cook the food. The restaurant offers international and national food. So you can have a try of some of the most common traditional dishes and drinks.

 

Activities for everyone

 

There are a great variety of activities to do at the Napo Cultural Center.

 

  • Forest excursions.
  • Birdwatching.
  • Canoe riding.
  • Parrot Clay Licks.
  • Canopy Observation Tower.
  • Interpretative Centre.
  • Ancestral Catamarán Kichwa
  • Etc.

 

One thing we assure you is that you will not get bored!

 

Join us at the Napo Cultural Center and have an exciting time in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador, interacting with the community and the Amazon wildlife that lives in this magical land.

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