International or domestic airfares, airport departure taxes or visa fees, excess baggage charges, additional nights during the trip due to flight cancellations, alcoholic beverages or bottled water, snacks, insurance of any kind, laundry, phone calls or messages, reconfirmation of flights and items of personal nature.
Passengers in flights Quito – Coca are allowed to check in a maximum of 20 Kg per person plus a carry on – hand luggage with reading material, camera, binoculars and personal documents. Additional or excess baggage is charged directly by the airline by pound.
We recommend that children be at least 5 years old and a private guide by hired.
Yes, all cabins have private bathrooms and hot shower.
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Once we arrive to the Napo river port in Coca, it takes approximately 2.5 hours. Upon entering the Yasuni National Park we disembark and change to paddle canoes for approximately 1.5 hours.
This is relative, but we do recommend as soon as you make your plans start looking for availability.
We have a doctor and a medical center at the Community. In case of an emergency the doctor will go to the lodge or passenger will be taken out to the Community. For further situations, we take passenger to Quito.
For your convenience following is a gratuity suggestion based on past experience at NWC:
• Local Guides: US$10/night per guest.
• Naturalist Guides: US$10/night per guest.
• Staff Members: US$5/night per guest.
Please tip guides personally.
There is a tipping box located at the bar for staff members.
This does not include tips you may wish to leave the bartender.
There is no legal requirement to entrance Ecuador; however, we do recommend you ask your physician.
Yes, there is electricity 24/7.
We accept all credit cards if payment is done by PAYPAL. For payments at the lodge we only accept VISA and MASTERCARD.
Accommodations, all meals, pure ware, river transportation, all excursions including Añangu Kichwa Community, and visits to the exclusive NWC´s parrot-macaw clay licks. It is also included the service of a native guide and naturalist bilingual guide. The entrance fee to the Yasuni National Park, rain poncho, and rubber boots provided when needed.
At the moment the price is US$206 per passenger and children under 12 years old 50% off the regular price, for which you must send copy of the passport. This price is subjected to change (local Coca airport transfers).
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