Adventure Life Reviews the Huaorani Lodge: Indigenous People of the Amazon

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Adventure Life reviews an exciting 7-day Amazon tour visiting the Huaorani tribe, an indigenous people of the Ecuadorian Amazon. For more information or Adventure Life Reviews call 800-344-6118.

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When visiting Huaorani Lodge, you are helping to conserve what little remains of old growth rainforest in the world.

You’ll learn about the Huaorani's fight against oil exploration, kayak down the Shiripuno River amid tropical birds and monkeys, and spend time with the tribe in their natural environment.

The award-winning tour operator, Adventure Life, just announced a new Amazon lodge tour visiting the Huaorani tribe, Ecuador’s indigenous Amazonian people. On this tour, travelers stay in an eco-lodge situated at the headwaters of the Amazon that is run by the Huaorani community, one of the most isolated ethnic groups on earth. Until recently, the Huaorani lived closed off to outside influences, quietly continuing in their way of life as nomadic hunters without leaving much trace of their existence behind. For more information on this Huaorani Lodge tour or Adventure Life Reviews visit, http://www.adventure-life.com/tours/huaorani-lodge-2839/ or call 800-344-6118.

“Exploring the flora and fauna of the region and interacting with indigenous people of the Amazon makes this a life-changing tour,” said Adventure Life Operations Director Jonathan Brunger. “You’ll learn about the Huaorani's fight against oil exploration, kayak down the Shiripuno River amid tropical birds and monkeys, and spend time with the tribe in their natural environment, while having very little impact on the surroundings.”

The Huaorani Lodge accommodates a maximum of 10 people in five comfortable, traditionally built, palm-thatched cabins. While basic, the cabins provide a private bathroom equipped with a shower and flush toilet, drinking water, and solar electricity.

Highlights of this 7-day tour include: Visiting the community of Apaika with a Huaorani guide and local naturalist; kayaking many miles of the Shiripuno River; learning hunting rituals first-hand from Huaorani warriors; and hiking to a newly developed campsite near a secluded waterfall.

For more information on the Huaorani Lodge and Adventure Life Reviews visit http://www.adventure-life.com or call 800-344-6118.

Adventure Life was founded in 1999 with a commitment to providing quality small group tours that have a positive impact on the local culture and environment. With more than 100 adventures in South and Central America, Adventure Life’s trips explore local culture, ecology and life from remote villages, to bustling city markets, to the wildest jungles and mountains. The company’s grassroots approach to travel utilizes local guides, family run hotels, and the local transportation infrastructure. Adventure Life is headquartered in Missoula, Montana, U.S.A, with partners throughout South and Central America. Adventure Life also offers the broadest selection of specialized expedition cruise services to the world’s most remote destinations. For more information or Adventure Life reviews visit them on Facebook.

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