Lodges en Yasuní

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Sacha Lodge
Napo Wildlife Center
La Selva Lodge Spa
Sani Lodge
Napo Cultural Center
Eden Amazon Lodge

Along the lower Rio Napo are nature reserves, mission towns, and the immense Yasuni National Park. From small, comfortable lodges you can start your exploration of this river country, with the Tiputini, Nashiño, Cononaco, Yasuni, and other tributaries coursing through the park’s enormous expanse. Explore the major habitats of dry land as well as sometimes- and always-flooded land and watch out for the natural habitants of many different species with the help of local guides.

Yasuní National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador. It is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, including boa constrictors, alligators, jaguars, parrots, toucans, piranhas, monkeys, and sloths are just a few of the animals that you will find in Yasuni.

Key points about Yasuni National Park:

  • Biodiversity: Yasuni is considered one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. It boasts an incredible variety of flora and fauna, including many species that are rare or endangered. It’s estimated that Yasuni is home to around 150 amphibian and reptile species, over 600 bird species, and numerous mammal species.

  • Indigenous People: The park is also home to several indigenous communities, including the Waorani, Tagaeri, and Taromenane. These indigenous groups have inhabited the region for thousands of years and continue to rely on its resources for their livelihoods.

  • Tourism: Despite its remote location, Yasuni attracts eco-tourists from around the world who come to explore its pristine rainforest, observe its wildlife, and learn about its indigenous cultures. Guided tours, birdwatching excursions, and jungle treks are popular activities for visitors.

Yasuni National Park stands as a symbol of the importance of preserving the world’s most biodiverse ecosystems and the challenges faced in balancing conservation with economic development.

Lodges in the Yasuni National Park

Sacha Lodge
Lodges en Yasuní

Sacha Lodge

Sacha Lodge le brinda una oportunidad única de explorar y experimentar una de las últimas fronteras naturales del mundo mientras se aloja con total comodidad.

Napo Wildlife Center
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Napo Wildlife Center

NWC es el mejor y último eco-hotel de lujo alternativo en la Amazonía ecuatoriana. Este proyecto de ecoturismo incluye la conservación más prístina dentro del Parque Nacional Yasunì.

La Selva Lodge Spa
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La Selva Lodge Spa

La Selva Lodge es el lugar perfecto para todo tipo de viajeros. Las cabañas rústicas, pero cómodas que incluyen baño privado, ducha con agua caliente, electricidad, ventilador y todo lo sanitario.

Sani Lodge
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Sani Lodge

A orillas del río Napo, dentro del Parque Nacional Yasuní, se encuentra Sani Lodge en la zona considerada con mayor biodiversidad del planeta, este es el único lugar en el que te sentirás como en casa con los indígenas Kichwa mientras vives una verdadera aventura amazónica.

Napo Cultural Center
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Napo Cultural Center

Descubre el Centro Cultural Napo que ofrece modernas instalaciones, servicios de primera y contacto directo con la Comunidad Kichwa. Ponemos todo nuestro empeño en brindarle una experiencia inolvidable en la selva.

Eden Amazon Lodge
Lodges en Yasuní

Eden Amazon Lodge

Ubicado en la selva tropical primaria en la zona de amortiguamiento adyacente al vasto Parque Nacional Yasuní, Eden Amazon Lodge se encuentra en una de las regiones más biodiversas y ricas en vida silvestre del planeta.

The best things to do in Yasuni National Park

  • Go birdwatching. Yasuní is home to more than 600 species of birds, including the harpy eagle, toucans, and macaws. You can go birdwatching from a boat, from a tower, or on a guided hike.

  • See the wildlife. Yasuní is also home to a wide variety of other animals, including jaguars, monkeys, snakes, and caimans. You can see wildlife from a boat, on a guided hike, or at a wildlife refuge.

  • Learn about the culture of the indigenous people. Yasuní is home to several indigenous groups, including the Huaorani and the Kichwa. You can learn about their culture by visiting a community or by taking a guided tour.

  • Explore the rainforest. Yasuní is a vast and beautiful rainforest. You can explore it by taking a guided hike or by going on a canoe trip.

  • Visit the Collpa de Loro. The Collpa de Loro is a large clay lick where parrots come to feed. It is a great place to see a variety of parrots, including macaws, toucans, and parrotlets.

  • Go fishing. Yasuní is home to a variety of fish, including piranhas, catfish, and tilapia. You can go fishing from a boat or from a shore.

  • Take a night hike. A night hike is a great way to see nocturnal animals, such as caimans, ocelots, and bats.

  • Visit the Yasuní Research Station. The Yasuní Research Station is a research facility that studies the rainforest. You can learn about the research that is being done at the station and see some of the animals that have been studied.


No matter what your interests are, you are sure to find something to do in Yasuní National Park. It is a truly unique and unforgettable place to visit

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Yasuni National Park

  • When is the best time to go to Yasuní?

The best time to go to Yasuní is during the dry season, which is from June to December. During this time, the weather is less humid and there is less rain, making it easier to explore the rainforest.

  • How long should I stay in Yasuní?

The amount of time you should stay in Yasuní depends on your interests and budget. If you are interested in seeing a variety of wildlife, you should plan to stay for at least three days. If you are also interested in learning about the indigenous culture, you should plan to stay for at least five days.

  • What kind of activities can I do in Yasuní?

There are a variety of activities that you can do in Yasuní, including:

  • Observación de aves

  • Wildlife viewing

  • Indigenous culture tours

  • Senderismo

  • Canoeing

  • Pesca

  • What is the cost of a trip to Yasuní?

The cost of a trip to Yasuní varies depending on the length of your stay, the type of activities you want to do, and the level of comfort you are looking for. In general, you can expect to pay between $500 and $2,000 per person for a three-day trip.

  • What is the best way to get to Yasuní?

The best way to get to Yasuní is to fly into the town of Coca, which is located on the edge of the rainforest. From Coca, you can take a boat or a bus to the park entrance.

  • What should I pack for my trip to Yasuní?

Here are some things you should pack for your trip to Yasuní:

  • Comfortable shoes

  • Long-sleeved shirts and pants

  • Sombrero

  • Gafas de sol

  • Protector solar

  • Bug spray

  • Botella de agua

  • Cámara

 

  • What should I be aware of when visiting Yasuní?

Here are some things you should be aware of when visiting Yasuní:

  • The rainforest is a humid and hot environment.
  • There are a variety of insects and animals in the rainforest, some of which can be dangerous.
  • It is important to be respectful of the indigenous culture.

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