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Amazing animal life and places to visit along the river

We were on the Anakonda boat and stopped at several places along the Napo River. We really enjoyed... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2017
Dallas, TX
One of the most amazing, beautiful and humbling experiences of my life

I stayed at an eco-lodge on the bank of the Napo river. Myself and 30 others were participating in... read more

Reviewed 8 March 2017
Matthew D
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Reviewed 27 June 2017

We were on the Anakonda boat and stopped at several places along the Napo River. We really enjoyed it. It's not something you can do in just one day. I recommend the Anakonda!

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Reviewed 8 March 2017

I stayed at an eco-lodge on the bank of the Napo river. Myself and 30 others were participating in a charity project to build a school in the nearby native population

Thank Matthew D
Reviewed 1 February 2017

We spent several days in the Casa del Suizo Hotel (which I cannot seem to find to review) and it was a joy. We traveled to the animal sanctuary across the river, boated to a local indigenous village, and went on a fabulous hike through...More

Thank sue5290
Reviewed 28 May 2016

We spent several days on the Napo River. We took night tours into the jungle. We rode on small boats in the rain. We took small canals to see many birds up close. We enjoyed the sounds of the Amazon and the amazing sunsets. We...More

1  Thank annarc6
Reviewed 22 March 2016

What a contrast. This mighty tributary of the Amazon where a multitude of wildlife can be seen and heard and yet so can the insistant sound of heavy machinery drilling into the earth to extract her riches. Fern Gully for real

Thank Angelique05
Reviewed 17 March 2016

We stayed on the banks of the Napo River. Lots of orchids, hummingbirds and other greenery. Did not see any parrots or toucans, which was very disappointing. Beautiful sunsets and sunrises. Very restful and peaceful experience.

1  Thank eyar
Reviewed 5 January 2016

They offer white water rafting on the river in certain areas and I think that would be worth it if you like action. We just took a short 30 or 40 minute ride in a long boat. It's sort of like a dugout canoe but...More

1  Thank Nashville_brent_65
Reviewed 6 December 2015

We recently spent five days cruising the Napo River out of Coca, Ecuador. Monkeys, birds, pink dolphins, cayman, wild pigs and small piranhas were on the agenda but they weren't easy to see. The Anakonda was nicely appointed with excellent service. The guides were also...More

Thank Selwyn C
Reviewed 12 July 2015

Getting there was the start of a great adventure, flew from Quito to Coca, just outside the largest national park in Ecuador, Yasuni. From here, a bus takes you to the Napo River for a 2 hour motor launch trip after which it is another...More

Thank 080541ronr
Reviewed 26 May 2015

Whitewater rafting on the Napo River in Ecuador was the most fun I’ve had on the water since I was a kid! Wanted to be in the water but wasn’t sure how to find the right group – not too easy but not too hard…....More

2  Thank 2016msm
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