The Napo Wildlife Center ecotourism project includes the conservation of approximately over 82 square miles (53,500 acres – over 21,400 hectares ) of pristine Amazon Rain Forest within the Yasunì National Park, an important UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador. To get to NWC you need to get to Coca Town. After a short drive from the airport to the dock, we board a large, motorized, covered canoe for a scenic two-hour trip down the Napo River. One of the highlights at NWC is going out on a very early excursion to reach two of Ecuador’s most accessible parrot clay licks along the Napo region. These parrot clay licks are exclusive part of our reserve and lodge territory.