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Paikawe Lake

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A pristine small lake privately owned by Pedro Aguinda and his wife with the adjoining 13 hectares of primary Amazonian forest in the Napo province.  Pedro and his wife love this land and its biodiversity.  Their family have protected for 70 years because they believe in conserving nature and Eco-tourism.  The proximity to the touristy town of Misahuallí has attracted buyers but he still wants to keep it as a safe heaven for all the little animals that nurtures his reserve.

Pedro has recently received some recognition for his conservation efforts by the local authorities who have provided his place with and official sign and labeling it as Misahualli Wildlife Center.  Unfortunately there is a danger that this land will some day lose its biodiversity since not all of the surrounding land owners have the same love and expectation for the beautiful amazonian forest.

Their hope is to grow their sustainable family business through eco-tourism.[/vc_column_text][zante-image-gallery image_gallery_per_row=”3″ image_gallery_images=”2007,2008,2009″][vc_video link=”https://youtu.be/8H6Lx_hwQAM”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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