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Huaorani Ecolodge
Ecuador

This Ecuador eco lodge is one of the most remote eco lodges in the country. It can only be reached by a 45 minute flight followed by a short trip in a dugout canoe. There are no roads and the only people who live in this area belong to the Huaorani indigenous culture, a tribe that fiercely resisted contact with other people until fairly recent times.

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Tags: ecuador; ecolodge; tour; trip; huaorani; waorani
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