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Welcome to Kapawi Ecolodge Comfortable cabin accommodations are equipped with every creature comfort A comfortable seating area at Kapawi Lodge Located on nearly 2 million protected acres, Kapawi Ecolodge is one of the most remote lodges in the Amazon Each of the thatched roof guest cabins at Kapawi Ecolodge is an expression of authentic Achuar design Dine in the spacious dining structure, enjoying a tasty combination of Ecuadorian and International dishes Meals are prepared by an excellent culinary staff Look over the Amazon at Kapawi Lodge A well stocked bar and library are available to guests A raised boardwalk connects all the cabins and the communal buildings Enjoy accommodations of understated luxury Cabins are fully screened and well ventilated All cabins include fully screened sleeping area, mosquito nets and private bath facilites Relax in a hammock and view the wildlife of the lagoon below Ample learning opportunites await at Kapawi Ecolodge Dining at Kapawi includes both classic dishes as well as Achuar cuisine A solar system supplies the energy needs of the lodge
Kapawi Ecolodge is one of the most remote, ecologically responsible and culturally sensitive ecolodges in the world. A visit to Kapawi helps the Achuar people preserve their nearly two million acres of pristine rainforest in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon.

The founding vision of Kapawi Ecolodge and Reserve is to create a haven of ease, good taste, and understated luxury. Using local materials, skilled Achuar craftsmen have built a series of comfortable cabins in the vernacular style of the rainforest. Each of the guest cabins expresses authentic, traditional Achuar design concepts, and are attractive, spacious, sustainable, well-ventilated, and creature-proof. The cabins feature a screened-in sleeping area and private bath with solar heated water available on most afternoons (depending on weather). Cabins are fully screened and windows, floors, roofs, and beds each have their own mosquito net.

A raised boardwalk connects all of the guests cabins and the several large communal buildings at Kapawi, all of which rest on stilts around the edge of an ephemeral lagoon crowded with plant and bird life.

Kapawi also features its own restaurant, The Amazon Rainforest Restaurant, which serves a variety of international and traditional cuisine to its guests. Meals are prepared by an excellent culinary staff and include classic light cuisine as well as Achuar dishes. The kitchen is able to accommodate vegetarian and most other special dietary requests.
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