Whether it be a couples get-a-away for Valentines Day or a family adventure, NOMADICO has to covered with eco-friendly trips to Latin America, providing enriching cultural interaction with the local people while including visits to historical sites and physical activities and I want to try them out. They sent me a list of different things to do and places to stay in Latin America and I’d love to go. I’ve always been interested in The Amazon and here are two places they recommend that you stay.
Where to Stay in The Amazon
Huaorani Adventure – an unforgettable experience that offers an opportunity to interact firsthand with the Huaorani people – Ecuador’s most isolated and perhaps most intriguing indigenous tribe. The Huaorani eco-lodge is in the midst of a primordial jungle where one can kayak, hike, camp and visit Huaorani villages during the day with the help of a bilingual naturalist guide.
- Interacting with the Huaorani people
- Explore Oxbow Lake
- Canoe the Shiripuno River
Kapawi Adventure – one of the most remote, ecologically responsible and cultural sensible Amazon Jungle Eco-lodges in the world. A visit to this Amazon Jungle Lodge contributes to sustainable socio – cultural communities and the protection of a unique natural environment. Explore the Pristine Amazon, take a evening trip down the Kapawi River, bird watch in Claylick, hike along the Pitzacocha and Pama trails discovering the many ways the rainforest benefits the Achuar people, test your skills at a blowgun contest, hear a tutorial on Achuar face painting, learn about Arutam, the spirit of the forest, and more. The Kapawi lodge is couples friendly and family friendly. It’s a community owned ecolodge that supports an indigenous population.
- Explore the Pristine Amazon
- Witness the Wildlife
- Discover the Achuar Community
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