The Sani Isla Kichwa community was founded with the purpose of defending our culture, customs, and language. Our home comprises 42,000 hectares north and south of the Napo river and crossing through two provinces, Sucumbios and Orellana. Currently, our community includes 600 adults and children, working together for mutual support and continuing our traditions for generations to come.
We open up our community to you, so you can experience our way of life, build lifelong personal connections, and become an extended family member of our extraordinary community.
Sani has an exclusive Observation Tower where visitors have the chance to see Wildlife and birds of the Amazon Rainforest.
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