The greatest and ultimate alternative luxury eco-hotel in Amazonian Ecuador wich includes the conservation of approximately over 82 square miles (53,500 acres - over 21,400 hectares) of the most pristine Amazon Rain Forest within the Yasunì National Park, an important UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador.
Travel & Tourism accounts for 258 million jobs globally. At US$6 trillion (9.1% of GDP) the sector is a key driver for investment and economic growth at a global level. It is larger than the automotive industry at 8% GDP, and just smaller than ba
NWC have always had a great relationship with our Trip Advisor contributors and this year is no exception. Once again we have proudly accepted the Traveler’s Choice Prize 2013. The best thing about this prize is that it is chosen by travelers themsel
Nat Geo's 125th anniversary edition (January) spotlights one of our planet's most spectacular biodiversity centers, our very own Yasuní National Park! And it's not just any old mention... it's not a regular 10-page feature article, which would surely
also known as the Hoactzin, Stinkbird, or Canje Pheasant, is a species of tropical bird found in swamps, riverine forest and mangrove of the Amazon and the Orinoco delta in South America. It is notable for having chicks that possess claws on two of their wing digits.(Wikipedia)
are the members of the genus Aotus of New World monkeys (monotypic in family Aotidae). The lifespan of a wild night monkey is unknown; however, they have a lifespan of 20 years in captivity. The total population of night monkeys is similarly unknown, as the monkeys live near the canopies of deciduous forests, making counting the monkeys very difficult.(Wikipedia)
is a South American carnivorous mammal. It is the longest member of the Mustelidae, or weasel family, a globally successful group of predators, reaching up to 1.7m (5.6 ft). Unusually for a mustelid, the giant otter is a social species, with family groups typically supporting three to eight members. (Wikipedia)