Birding in the Amazon Rainforest
With close to 600 species of birds – the vast and rich bird-life in Ecuador’s Amazon region will reward even the most avid birdwatchers.
Stunning spectacles abound, from large raptors like Harpy and Crested Eagles, to beautiful canopy flocks or the sight of dozens of parrots and macaws on a clay lick. The Napo Wildlife Centre and Sani Lodge are located between 2 of the most diverse ecological reserves in the world.
All the lodges we work with have observation towers and offer truly outstanding bird watching possibilities, with eagle eyed native guides accompanied by our bilingual guides and very small groups, to ensure maximum wildlife and birdlife viewing. The Napo Wildlife Centre and Sani Lodge are 100% owned and run by the local indigenous communities and offer excellent service. Download our target bird list.
The award winning Napo Wildlife Centre, is situated inside the Yasuni National Park, in Amazonian Ecuador. The lodge, which is 100% owned and operated by the local indigenous community, enjoys a stunning location by the side of a secluded lake, with an incredible bird list of 560 species, spectacular parrot lick's, and stunning wildlife...
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A beautiful lodge in a spectacular location, Sani offers a superb rainforest experience. 100% owned and run by the local indigenous community, you are truly their guests as their local guides together with bilingual naturalists guide you through your rainforest experience. Like the Napo Wildlife Centre, the forest and the wildlife you will see is spectacular, in a typical four day trip you can expect to see around 120 different species of tropical birds of the 550 found around,.. Find out more»
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