You stay with and experience the daily lives of the Huaorani, who, for thousands of years, have made their home in the lush forests of the Amazon rainforest.
The tribe still maintains their traditional lifestyle but are no longer nomadic hunters, leading a more settled and open existence in the humid tropical forests.
By inviting small numbers of people to share their world for short periods, they intend to keep their culture alive and have opted for sustainable tourism.
The 2,400 (approx) Huaorani live as nomadic hunters and gatherers with no outside contact until the end of the 1950s. Their name means the people, while everyone else is cowore - non-human.
The Ecolodge, on the banks of the Rip Shiripuno, has a variety of trails (moderate, intermediate and challenging) and activity options that are suitable for a broad range of interests, ages and fitness levels.
Energetic and lively people, the Huaorani invite you to experience and get involved with their culture.
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This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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