Trip to the Amazon jungle
Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge changed its name to Napo Cultural Center
A contribution to the conservation of biodiversity and culture
Napo Cultural Center is a community tourism project managed and operated 100% by the Añangu, an ancestral Amazonian culture
Yasuní means "sacred land" and symbolizes the abundance of life on earth. It is the most biodiverse ecosystem on the planet.
The lodge is built on the basis of Kichwa architecture, has rigorous sustainable standards and is environmentally friendly
Packages and programs
We seek to preserve ancestral traditions and the natural environment as a means of identity, sustainability and respect for life.
The climatic characteristics of the area favor the development of an immense diversity of animals and plants that are part of one of the most fragile ecosystems of the planet.
173 Mammal Species
610 especies de aves
105 Amphibians species
83 especies de reptiles
382 Fish Species
100.000 especies de insectos
The inhabitants of the jungle
Within the territory that includes the Yasuní National Park, the community of Añangu has been recognized nationally and internationally for its work in favor of the preservation of the ecosystem and the environment, since it is a community in which hunting and fishing is banned.