Indigenous Ecotourism and Sustainable Development:

Tourist Information

 

Tourists crossing bridge in Rio Blanco


Interested in visiting Río Blanco? This community is actually one of several Quichua communities in Ecuador's Napo Province which have developed grassroots ecotourism projects. They have formed RINCANCIE, a network to coordinate their activities. RINCANCIE has an office in Tena, the provincial capital. Tourists have two options for visiting one of these communities:

An excellent guide book to Napo is The Ecotourist's Guide to the Ecuadorian Amazon, recently published by Dr. Rolf Weshe, a geographer who has done considerable research in the area. It may be available at your local travel bookshop; otherwise:

Good luck and have fun!


If you have any questions or comments about this site or the information you find here, contact me at David@Schaller.com.



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