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Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge
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Quincy, Massachusetts
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19 reviews
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“An amazing experience”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed February 1, 2014

My husband and I recently returned from a 5 day 4 night trip to Napo Wildlife Ecolodge (followed by an 8 day 7 night trip to the Galapagos – review to be written). There is absolutely no way I can do this trip the justice it deserves in this review. From the moment we landed in Coca this trip was an adventure! We met a friendly little squirrel monkey while waiting to board the motorized canoe to begin our trip to Napo. He enjoyed sitting on our shoulders! Great photo op! The motorized canoe trip was great even though it started raining (they have plastic sides that they rolled down, keeping us dry). We were given a bag lunch on the way – much appreciated! After 1 ½ - 2 hours, we switched to paddle canoes (we didn’t have to paddle) for another couple of hours to reach the lodge. What a wonderful experience!! We saw so many things on our way – monkeys, birds, and the always entertaining Giant River Otters! Just a preview of the rest of our stay!

The lodge itself was beautiful! The cabins are very comfortable and beautifully designed. The meals were buffet and very good. There was always a good variety to choose from. The soups were delicious!!

Our naturalist guide Celso was exceptional and always ensured that everyone in our group was having the best possible experience. He even arranged for a birthday cake for a member of our group who was celebrating her birthday. He was always going out of his way to make our trip memorable, and he succeeded more than we could have hoped for. We had a couple of issues with our first cabin and Celso was able to secure a different one for us the first evening. He helped us move our stuff as well. We were very grateful for his help!

The local guide, Ogor (spelling is wrong – I’m sorry) was amazing. His ability to spot things at a distance was uncanny and definitely added to the excitement of our excursions! He didn’t speak English, but we all communicated very well. Both he and Celso were as excited as we were when we spotted wildlife! Their enthusiasm and passion for the area was very evident as we explored Yasuni National Park. Their knowledge was exceptional and very helpful to all of us.

Now to the wildlife – we saw howler monkeys and heard them on several occasions (my favorite), squirrel, capuchin, owl and spider monkeys. We saw a 12-15 ft. caiman and many birds (snail kites, stinky turkeys, herons, oropendulas among many others). We made a visit to the clay licks where we saw scarlett macaws, parrotlets, parrots, and parakeets. We saw a boa constrictor in a tree at the clay licks as well. The giant rivers otters were such fun to watch and listen to! We were fortunate to see them many times throughout our stay.

The staff was wonderful as well – always friendly and ready to help. We were always greeted with a cold drink and a smile when returning from an excursion. It was such a wonderful experience, I can’t recommend it enough. I would love to visit again. I miss the sounds – especially the howler monkeys!

  • Stayed January 2014, traveled as a couple
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NapoWildlifeCenter, Public Relations Manager at Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge, responded to this review, February 12, 2014
Many thanks for your comment,

We are pleased to hear that your trip was gratifying, We'll give your congratulations to our restaurant staff and guides, for their excellent guidance and for making the best experience to you, they always feel a lot of happiness to be thanked for their services.
Please feel free to follow us on our social networks in order to stay in touch with the wildlife and thanks for share your experience with others.

Kind Regards,
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed February 1, 2014

If you want to get away from it all, see fantastic (and often rare) wildlife, and not sacrifice comfort in the least, the Napo Wildlife Center in the Ecuadorian Amazon is the place. The accommodations: Perfect; the personnel: Charming, knowledgeable and efficient; the native guides: Nothing short of amazing; the locale: Out of a dream; the cell phone connectivity: Non-existent. The seven night/eight day stay was perfect for two nature lovers (both with degrees in Biology; one an amateur nature photog), but shorter stays would still be momentous. And it was a bargain! I could go on for paragraphs, much like the hours I have spent relating our adventures and sightings to friends and colleagues, but there is only one way to do it justice: Just go.

  • Stayed January 2014, traveled as a couple
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Many thanks David for your review,

We are pleased to hear that your trip was gratifying, We are working for generate the best experience at our guest. Please feel free to follow us on our social networks in order to stay in touch with the wildlife and thanks for share your experience with others.

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Palos Verdes Estates, California
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 26, 2014

We stayed at the NWC for 7 nights/8days. The lodge is absolutely beautiful and the food always fresh and tasty. The native and bilingual guides were excellent and very friendly and tuned into the needs of their guests. They offered us new and exciting wildlife experiences every day and awed us with their abilities to spot animals difficult to find. Every day was magical. We highly recommend this place for anyone interested in getting up at the crack of dawn every day and heading out to explore the wonders of Yasuni National Park with the expert guides NWC provides. The only thing we would have done differently was the nights in Quito spent before and after the trip to the lodge. We stayed in a hotel in downtown Quito, which is quite far away from the new airport (can be up to 1.5-2hours depending on traffic) they built outside of the city. While we were in Ecuador we found out that there is a great brand-new place called Casa de Hacienda "La Jimenita" just 15 minutes from the airport and recommended by the NWC. We checked it out and definitely would have stayed there if it would have been open at the time we booked our trip.

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  • Stayed January 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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NapoWildlifeCenter, Public Relations Manager at Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge, responded to this review, January 28, 2014
Many thanks for your comment,

We are pleased to hear that your trip was gratifying, We'll give your congratulations to our restaurant staff and guides, for their excellent guidance and for making the best experience to you, they always feel a lot of happiness to be thanked for their services.
Please feel free to follow us on our social networks in order to stay in touch with the wildlife and thanks for share your experience with others.

Kind Regards,
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Fair Oaks, California
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 24, 2014

Every aspect of our 5 day/4 night trip to Napo Wildlife Center was wonderful, from the very well organized transfer to the jungle to the arrival at the ecolodge's excellent facilities located on the edge of a beautiful oxbow lake to the amazing wildlife viewing opportunities. The staff and guides were very knowledgeable and friendly. NWC gave us exceptional opportunities for wildlife viewing: we saw (and heard!) giant river otters close to our canoes before we even arrived at the lodge. During our stay, we saw squirrel, howler, capuchin and night monkeys, many birds (including the comical hoatzin, parrots, toucans, scarlet macaws, oropendulas, boat-billed and zig zag herons, king vulture, snail kites, etc.), a two-toed sloth, caiman, many turtles, leaf-cutter ants and much more. Our naturalist guide Jairo Sanchez was superb. He was fun, extremely knowledgeable and went to great lengths to make sure we were able to spot and photograph the wildlife. We recommend him highly. The canopy tower at NWC (all 207 steps!) gives visitors an unobstructed 360 degree view of undisturbed forest. We got great views of many birds, monkeys and a sloth from the tower. The visit to the clay lick was also great for parrots and parakeets. In addition to wildlife, NWC teaches visitors about local Kichwa traditions. Our native guide Leodan pointed out medicinal and other uses of leaves, bark, seeds and other items from the forest and shared many Kichwa traditions with us. The accommodations at Napo were excellent... beautiful cabins with very comfortable beds, hot water for showers, great views from the porch outside the room, etc. The food at NWC was also great with good variety. A very positive experience!

  • Stayed January 2014, traveled with friends
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NapoWildlifeCenter, Public Relations Manager at Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge, responded to this review, January 28, 2014
Thanks Marie for your review,

We are pleased to hear that your trip was enjoyable, We'll give your congratulations to our restaurant staff and guides.
Please feel free to follow us on our social networks in order to stay in touch with the wildlife and thanks for share your experience with others.

Kind Regards,
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 21, 2014

We visited NWC during a 31/2 week birding trip to Ecuador with Tropical Birding Tours. We had been staying at Sacha Lodge before travelling an hour up river to visit NWC. After the motorised boat trip, we moved into a small canoe, for our 2 hours journey downriver to the Lodge, which is surrounded by a lake. On arrival we were greeted at the boardwalk with fresh juice. Then to the cabins, which were large, brightly painted circular thatched buildings. Inside we had a double bed and single bed with mosquito nets and fans. The bathrooms were clean with hot water. The rooms were quite basic but had lots of charm. We were right out deep in the amazon, so what do you expect?

The first thing we did was to change and go swimming the lake, which was idylic.

We then went to the dining room which was open to the elements, but somehow did not have mosquitoes. It was a rustic and attractive place to have meals. There was also a we stocked library area in the corner, with chairs so suitable to have an evening wildlife log. During lunch, we heard a shout that there were giant otters with young swimming in the lake. A couple of teenagers who were out swimming and had started shouting at the otters. Apparently not the thing to do, so they had to be rescued by a guide in a canoe. A bit of excitement for our first afternoon!

Meals were good and varied and the lodge catered well with our vegetarian diet and our fussy 11 year old.

Our birding was varied, walking for a few hours, taking canoe trips and going up a metal canopy tour. We saw a great variety of birds here and many different to the ones we saw at Sacha Lodge. We also went by boat to a nearly Amazon River Island, which gave us lots of different birds.

This lodge was built and run as part of a community co-operative, which makes it all the better.

On our last day, we visited the parrot lick and then visited the Community Cultural Centre, which was really interesting and great for buying modestly priced gifts.

NWC was less commercialised than Sacha Lodge and just had a better feel to it. The fact that the staff were all from the local community made it feel more like a family. This visit was an experience that we will never forget.

Room Tip: Ones nearest the lake have the best views.
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  • Stayed February 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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NapoWildlifeCenter, Public Relations Manager at Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge, responded to this review, January 28, 2014
Many thanks Helena for your review,

We are pleased to hear that your trip was enjoyable, We'll give your congratulations to our restaurant staff and guides.
Please feel free to follow us on our social networks .

Kind Regards,
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Brisbane, Australia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 19, 2014

We had such an amazing experience at Napo; I don't know where to start.

The staff were absolutely exceptional. Every single person, particularly our guide Selso. The cabins were beautiful (better than the pictures). My partner and I have been travelling around South America for a month and Napo had the best showers of the trip. The food and juices were incredible and plentiful.

Napo offers a really unique experience. You definitely see more wildlife there than other places. First, you get both a naturalist guide and a local guide from the indigenous community. This makes such a difference. Second, Napo owns the best clay licks and canopy towers. The other places either can't access them or have to pay. Thirdly, because Napo is deep in the national park you spend a lot of time travelling in the creeks and lakes around it in a canoe. This is where you see most of the wildlife (like giant otters!) and seems to be unique to Napo.

Before we left we were deciding between Sacha Lodge or Napo. I'm so glad we picked Napo. Sacha is not owned by the local community and as such misses out on so many cultural aspects that made our stay amazing. Sacha doesn't have the lake and creek network that Napo has where we saw our favourite things, Sacha isn't in the national park.

All the naturalist guides at Napo were truly superb but we loved our guide, Selso. He has a great sense of humour, has been working in the amazon for over five years and spots everything.

As a side note, we booked with the community owned travel agency Amazanga Expeditions to do some day tours from Quito when we got back. They were great and gave us an amazing guide - request Edison particularly for Otalavo and Cotopaxi,

Room Tip: Overlooking the lake is best!
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  • Stayed January 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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4 Thank Amy C
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NapoWildlifeCenter, Public Relations Manager at Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge, responded to this review, January 28, 2014
Many thanks Amy for your review,

We are pleased to hear that your trip was enjoyable, We'll give your congratulations to our restaurant staff and guides, especially Celso for their excellent guidance and for making your trip more gratifying, they always feel a lot of happiness to be thanked for their services., please feel free to follow us on our social networks in order to stay in touch with the wildlife and thanks for share your experience with others.

Kind Regards,
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Gainesville, FL
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 9, 2014

My husband and I just returned from a 7 night stay at Napo Wildlife Center and 7 nights were not enough for us. I doubt that this review will be able to adequately put into words the absolutely amazing time that we had at this wonderful lodge. As biologists, our primary interests were to see the vast and diverse fauna that call the area home, and we were not disappointed. We were fortunate to have wonderful guides – Guido and Freddy – who seemingly could find anything. This was the trip of a lifetime for us.

Searching for wildlife in the rainforest can be difficult – so many places for the animals to hide. Small, quiet, patient groups are more conducive to success. We like to go at our own pace, and we’ve been known to watch the same group of monkeys for 20 or 30 minutes. We are as thrilled with finding small frogs, lizards and snakes, as we are at finding monkeys and macaws. We like to see biology in action. There are a number of strategies that can be used to improve the odds of seeing wildlife - go slowly and look carefully; be as quiet as possible; be patient; be willing to search in the day, night, sun and rain. We did all of these things, but really the two most important aspects are luck (which you have little control over), and having an expert guide. Because wildlife viewing was so important to us, we decided to spring for a private naturalist guide; this also provided us with our own local guide as well as a canoe and paddler just for us. We were so fortunate to have Guido (a freelancer arranged by NWC) as our naturalist guide – his English is excellent, he knows and can communicate a lot of biological information on the rainforest and its inhabitants, he listens to the interests of his guests, he is quite charming, and is a talented photographer. Freddy, our local guide was awesome – he was friendly, knowledgeable, and took very good care of us. They kept us safe from the wildlife, dehydration, and our clumsy selves.

The second decision that we made that enhanced our trip tremendously was that we decided to stay 7 nights, rather than the standard 3 or 4. Like those on the 3 or 4 night options, we were able to hike and view wildlife from the canoes and observation tower as well as visit the clay licks and the Kichwa interpretation center. Staying for 7 nights also allowed us to visit the Kichwa community and see the new school and some of the interesting and innovative sustainability projects they have implemented. We spent a day searching for pink river dolphins and fishing for piranha at Panacocha, and we took a night hike to clay lick #2 and spent the night there (every day of the trip was great, but this day was extra special). Overall, we saw 8 species of monkey (squirrel, red howler, owl, dusky titi, monk saki, capuchin, wooly, and golden mantled tamarin), 2 agouti, a herd of collared peccaries (talk about thrilling – Freddy heard them and took us off trail to hear and see them smashing through the forest), a three toed sloth, a tayra crossing over the creek just 15 feet ahead of us, and a giant otter family; 18 species of frogs (including poison dart frogs); several species of lizards; 6 species of snakes (including an anaconda); and over 70 species of birds. The number of birds may seem low for a 7 night trip, but except for one morning at the observation tower, we really were not looking for birds – most of these we just sort of ran across. We saw monkeys stealing eggs from bird nests and other interesting biological interactions. Note that there are no guarantees that you will see as much (although you may see more) – this list is just provided to demonstrate that the area is teeming with wildlife.

Not only did Guido and Freddy find tons of wildlife, it was great to see how thrilled they were when they did so. Very (authentically) enthusiastic about seeing and experiencing nature. This seemed to be the case for all of the guides at Napo – when one guide heard about something being seen (like the anaconda), word quickly spread to all of the guides, who would then seek out their groups and get them quickly to the right spot to maximize the chance that the animal would still be there.

The lodge itself, the location, and the staff are all wonderful. We concur with the rest of the 5 star reviews in terms of the:
Cabinas – well designed, very clean, comfortable bed, great shower (hot water! excellent flow), and view (ours, cabina 6, was right next to the lake)
Food – three well-prepared meals a day, with snacks (small cheese or chicken salad sandwiches and/or fruit) served on hikes and other excursions. The food was perfect for us – nothing fancy but good home-style local food. Favorites included the ground plantains with chopped bacon for breakfast; the delicious fresh fruit; different breads/rolls at dinner each night; avocados; beef with sauce; roast pork; fried yucca. Fresh juices you can’t find in the US, but served every day at breakfast in the jungle. Our favorite – cold fresh juice (or on the one cool rainy day – hot chocolate) provided to us at the end of every excursion.
Service – service seems like the wrong word because everyone was genuinely kind and caring, and did the best they could to make our visit the best vacation ever. By the end of the week we felt more like friends than clients. Please tip generously – the guides, paddlers, and other staff work extremely hard to make your stay wonderful.

A few tips you might consider:
1. Private guide! This is one option that I think NWC could make more obvious on the website – we probably would not have known it was an option if we had not read it in the TA reviews. And it made our trip unforgettable.
2. The lodge sells (but does not seem to advertise) an illustrated booklet of the birds and mammals found in the area. You can buy it at the bar, and it was a great resource. If only they had the same for reptiles and amphibians!
3. Be open to the experience. Visiting the community with our guides (both Kichwa) was a great experience. Sleeping overnight at the parrot clay lick in the middle of the jungle was unforgettable. We ate ants (taste like lemons!) and drank chicha. We trekked after the elusive wooly monkey. Experiences we will never forget.
4. Have reasonable expectations as to what you will see. We had two incredible night hikes and didn't see a single mammal on either hike – frogs, sleeping lizards, snakes, spiders, and similar animals are much more likely. At the observation tower, many birds will be far away and you will need to take a look through your guide’s spotting scope. Sometimes you come up empty – we never did see the river dolphins and only saw the otter family on the third try (and not where they were supposed to be, but back in the lake as we were heading back to the lodge for the last time). Nature is fickle.
5. Don’t be freaked out that you are asked not to hike without your guide. If we had known this ahead of time it might have been a deal breaker for us and that would have been a huge error. It turns out that there are few trails that can be reached without getting to them via canoe, and the secretive nature of the fauna makes it unlikely that you will see much anyway without a guide. So we did not find being with our guide on all hikes to be a problem. Guido and Freddy were great – we told them we did not need a lot of down time and that we wanted to do night walks and they made it happen.
6. Be kind to the animals. For your safety and theirs, handling the wildlife is mostly off limits. On occasion you may have the opportunity to hold something your guide says is safe. If you have deet or other bug spray on your hands – don’t hold the frogs! They breathe through their skin and can easily absorb toxins.
7. We didn’t want to carry a lot of cash to Ecuador, so we checked with the lodge ahead of time and found that we could charge our tips to our Visa card. You might want to contact the lodge before you leave home to make sure that this is still allowed, but this helped us a lot.

We cannot recommend NWC highly enough, and we are already trying to decide when we can visit next.

  • Stayed December 2013, traveled as a couple
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NapoWildlifeCenter, Public Relations Manager at Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge, responded to this review, January 14, 2014
Dear Michele Many Thanks for your review and recommendations to other users,

Fills us with happiness to all our staff at Napo Wildlife Center that your trip has been more than gratifying, and that you has shared so many wonderful experiences during your stay.
It's true that for so majestic place 7 days are few to admire all its charms, and you'll always have new stories to share.
We are pleased that you enjoyed every one of the activities that we offer and that your expectations have been satisfied, you as biologists know how unpredictable is the jungle, but still you were able to see many species.
We'll give your congratulations to our restaurant staff and guides, especially Freddy and Guido for their excellent guidance and for making your trip more gratifying, they always feel a lot of happiness to be thanked for their services.
Thank you very much for your advice, we always take into consideration the little details that our guests perceive and can improve the quality of service offered for us,
Please feel free to follow the wildlife of NWC in our social networks.
We hope to see you again!

Wildlife Regards.!
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Property: Napo Wildlife Center Ecolodge
Address: Yanez Pinzon N26 -131 y la Nina. Edificio Las Carabelas, oficina 101, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador
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Location: Ecuador > Yasuni National Park
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Restaurant Suites
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Yasuni National Park
Number of rooms: 16
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Napo Wildlife Center offers visitors a number of vantage points from which to admire and experience the spectacular, awe-inspiring diversity of the Amazon Basin. Climb the 120-ft. High galvanized-metal stairs to the jungle tower for otherwise impossible eye-to-eye views of canopy dwellers such as monkeys, eagles and macaws...Spy on clay licks teeming with parrots and occasionally visited by jungle cats or a magnificent elephant-muzzled tapir...Experience Man's ageless interaction with the jungle through the native community's perspectiveEnjoy evening walks to witness the astounding nightlife of the dense, entangled understory...Explore the many trails through "terra firme", "varzea" and swamp forest in search of the best that Amazonia has to offerBe it from the ground up, or from the canopy down, from hidden viewing blinds to silent paddling up black-water creeks, we deliver the biggest most intricate picture possible of this wonderful world. Napo Wildlife Center not only provides the educated perspective of bilingual guides but also the hands-on knowledge of the true guardians of Anangu, who live and witness the marvels of their jungle home every day. ... more   less 
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