Numbering approximately 2,400 individuals, many Huaorani maintain a largely traditional lifestyle living directly in and from the rainforest. The aim of Huaorani Ecolodge is to share Huaorani culture. Guided tours at the lodge are given by members of the community who impart traditional knowledge to guests and all the transportation within the area is done Huao style through dugout canoes. In addition to this, the Lodge actively participates in community assemblies where proposals with regards to its operations, conservation and ecducation iniatives are discussed with the community.
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