Hiking in the province of Napo in the central north area of Ecuador brings you intimately close to nature. And it’s most alive in Ecuador, where active volcanoes are scattered across the region, which is packed full of biodiversity in both flora and fauna. Visit during the months between October and January for ideal hiking conditions.
The Ecuadorian province of Napo lies at the core of the country. It is home to dense rainforest that is packed full of biodiversity as well as many indigenous communities. The province is a chunk of the Amazon rainforest, and contains the Napo River. The capital of the province is Tena, founded in the 16th century and home to approximately 33,000.
The climate of the Ecuadorian province of Napo receives a local steppe climate. It has an average temperature of 25°C and receives very little rainfall all year.
Visit during the months between October and January for ideal hiking conditions.
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