The Amazon rainforest in Ecuador is one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet. Exceptionally rich in biodiversity, the Ecuadorian Amazon offers unparalleled opportunities to experience the rainforest in its pristine state. It is home to more than 300 species of mammal, 800 species of fish and 350 specifies of reptile.
Amauta Spanish School offers Spanish and Quechua language instruction within the natural and cultural environment of the Indigenous communities. Located in the heart of the rainforest in the Napo province, the school is 3.5km east of Ahuano, a small town on the banks of the Napo River. The residential facilities overlook the river and are surrounded by cacao trees. Our strategic location also provides access and mobility to various tourist attractions and culture and volunteer opportunities along the river. These locations can be reached by canoe, bicycle, vehicle or foot.