SumakHuasi means “nice house” from the indigenous thinking, means to share and disseminate culture further integration perspective. Napo Cultural Center is located on the south bank of the Napo River, the largest river of the Ecuadorian Amazon and theYasuni National Park. The trip starts from the town of Coca in comfortable ecological roof canoes, outboard motors operated. The canoe trip down the river takes about two hours, box lunch will be provided to Passengers. During the navigation you will see birds such as herons, kingfishers, terns and other shore birds species and beautiful landscapes.
Arriving at Napo Cultural Center, visitors are warmly welcome with a traditional drink, lunch at the Ecolodge andimmediately taken to their cabins amidst the teeming wilderness found on one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth.
In the afternoon, a short walk down to the banks of the Napo River to enjoy a beautiful sunset on the beaches and islands naturally returns for dinner and rest. An option walks on trails: KARI – MAMA CUNA – RUNA – PLAYAS. D
Breakfast and early departure on board the boat to visit an amazing parrot clay lick that with an easy access brings visitors face to face with approximately 11 species of parrots (including parrotlets and macaws), depending on the seasons, weather conditions and general good fortune. (This activity is usually successful). You will finish this morning with a visit to the Interpretation Center “KuriMuyu” handled by the women of the community, here learn about the Kichwa culture, crafts, traditions and traditional use of natural resources directly to people in thecommunity. You will return for lunch and take a break in the lodge. Walk of one hour to climb up the observation tower of 35 meters likely to see a variety of birds, howler monkeys, squirrel-monkeys, toucans, parrots and sloths. Return to the hotel in a motorized canoe for dinner and rest. B/L/D
After breakfast visit around the community projects, talk about the worldview Kichwa Addition to medicinal and walk in the Mama Cuna road, excellent opportunity to see more wildlife, ceiba trees, strangler, bamboo cane, vines and shrubs endemic from Yasuní. You will return for lunch and rest at the lodge. Once at Añangu stream, you will board a small canoe and head down the river in a spectacular adventure through the forest with opportunities to see nightlife alligators and to listen to the sounds of nature at its purest. Return to hotel in motorized canoes, traditional typical dinner. B/L/D
Walk of one hour to climb up the observation tower of 35 meters likely to see a variety of birds, howler monkeys, squirrel-monkeys, toucans, parrots and sloths.
Return to the hotel, on this journey you can choose an option to camp, we’ll take care of all the equipment, this is another way of perceiving life ancestral of Pacha Mama and forest nature. B/L/D
Early this morning you will wake up to share one of the ancient customs of the Kichwa culture, making wayusa to energize the bodylisten, to the Kichwa songs and mind and think about important issues in a peaceful and unique way; then you get back for breakfast, before taking a motorized canoe back to Coca city. B/
NB: Please read all itineraries as a guide only. All routes and programs can change without notice due to National Park policies and regulations, weather conditions, seasonal changes, safety reasons and the wildlife encountered during the travel. Flexibility is the key to the success of any tour. Nevertheless the safety and the interest of our passengers is always our first priority.