Remote Amazon Lodge
Kapawi Lodge was built in conjunction with the local Indian Achuar community, who now owns the lodge, for sustainable tourism and conservation of the rainforest. It is located in one of the most remote and pristine areas of south-eastern Ecuador, away from oil exploitation and other destructive practices, and is accessible only by air and river. The lodge accommodates up to 40 visitors and was built in accordance with the Achuar concept of architecture. Each of the 20 double rooms has a private bathroom with sun heated showers and electricity provided by a solar panel system. Each room also has a wide terrace. There are daily walks led by naturalist guides.