Welcome to Lower Río Napo
The Río Napo flows east from Coca on a steady course toward the Amazon River in Peru. Just after Coca, the river widens into a powerful waterway that can flood villages and islands. This long, lonesome stretch of the Napo, running along the edge of Parque Nacional Yasuní, houses some of Ecuador’s best jungle lodges and boasts some of the country’s better wildlife-spotting possibilities. On the way there, you'll spot some of the oil development causing ongoing controversial headlines.
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