by Stephen Jermanok
Expect eco-luxury at this lodge, operated and owned by the AÃ±angu community. Each of the 16 thatched-hut cabanas comes with a king-sized bed and one twin-sized bed (sleeps up to three people), bathrooms with flush toilets and hot showers, and private terraces with water views. Stroll to the Main Hall to grab meals, peruse the books in the library or have a drink at the stocked bar. An added bonus is the 20-foot-high observation tower, with a panoramic view of the wilderness, good for birdwatching.
Our Editor Loves
- Owned by an Amazon community
- Expert guides bring you into the bush
- A 20-foot high observation tower
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
My wife and I were at Napo in order to watch birds. We are rather experienced birdwatchers and have been to places such as Madagascar, Sumatra, Costa Rica and Brazil. This lounge was one of the very best we have been to. Very attentive service, facilities in a very good shape, very good location by the river and good food. The guide we were offered for birding (Rodrigo) knew what he was doing and showed us many beautiful new birds with a lot of passion and dedication, without getting tired. Excellent job. We were not able to find issues to complain :-). We would always come back! A big thanks to the entire team of NAPO wildlife center!!!
by Peter S
Our second visit, and unfortunately it may well be our last (it is very expensive to stay here, and the flights from Quito to Coca are ridiculously overpriced).
The location is stunning, and the accommodation is superb, bearing in mind where you are. Food is also excellent.
Take full advantage of all the activities on offer, there are some amazing experiences to be had.