The lowland Quichua people of Añangu protect 82 square miles of community rainforest that extends the Yasuní National Park & UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, a critical center of biological diversity. A 2010 landmark study "The Global Conservation Significance of Ecuador's Yasuní National Park" describes this diversity and is available online with a simple Google search.
Añangu is the main location for our eight-day August 2012 tour "Cloud Forest to Añangu." Their Napo Wildlife Center ecotourism operation is 100% community-owned, managed and staffed.
Proceeds from the tour will provide direct economic support for Añangu schoolchildren, their community health program and the soon-to-be-completed Añangu Cultural Interpretive Center.
Thank you for your interest in Raw Rainforest, highly aesthetic and conservation-oriented educational tours which provide an alternative to megafauna-focused photo tours.
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