In Napo Cultural Center, we assure you will be part of a great adventure, here to forget the hustle and bustle you can relax and unwind with the singing of the birds, you will learn more about Kichwa Culture their customs, traditions and interesting legends.
Añangu kichwa community: Activities at Yasuní National Park and Añangu are coordinated by members of the local kichwa community and it is important that their rules of conduct and ethics be respected.
These activities usually last 2 hours and are carried out in the morning at around 6 A.M.
Small canoe navigation is carried out on rivers and streams; larger canoes are used to navigate the Napo River and are included in our routine activities, all of which feature community and naturalist guides.
Our programs include easy and medium intensity walks and hikes in order to observe the wildlife and nature of the area; more difficult hikes and longer programs can be arranged.
Swimming is safe when carried out at sites your guide have suggested.
Enjoy a level II kayak activity at Napo river, from the village for around 45 min. Until you reach the observation tower.
Ancestral Kichwa Catamaran
At night we will sail along the Napo river in a boat that emulates the ancestral kichwa trade, where we will enjoy magical stories and legends while tasting some delicious roasted snacks heated on the fire.
Typical Traditional Dinner
Enjoy the kichwa ancestral cuisine, taste the delicious flavors of maito made with fish, prepared in a leaf of “bijao”, accompanied by fried cacao and exquisite “mayones” or “chontacuros” (palm worms). Refresh yourself with exquisite manioc chicha, a beverage made of manioc fermented with sweet potato and hygienically prepared for the most demanding palates of our visitors.