The life of Yupukari, like that of any other community, is seen in the relationships among its people, places and things: a set of interconnections repeated day after day, as people live their lives, to the point where they become patterns in the cultural and natural environment.
Yupukari invites visitors to trace with their own footsteps these patterns made by villagers -- to walk the trails formed by the patterns of Yupukari people, places and things.
Our staff are villagers who will welcome you with homestyle hospitality: informal, relaxed, and attentive as needed.
We welcome you to stay with us at the Guest House. A two-storey structure, the Guest House sleeps 7 to 9 people in four bedrooms, each with a private bathroom. The Field Station has additional accommodation for up to 6 visitors in three rooms, two of which share a public bathroom. We also have lots of space for those who wish to be more rugged and tie a hammock.
Caiman House Field Station and the Guest House are powered 24hrs a day by a large solar array. Standard U.S. electrical outlets are located in all rooms so charging equipment is easy. The entire station is served by wireless internet access, which is included with your stay.