The Napo region, under proper cultivation, would yield the most valuable productions of either hemisphere in profusion.
At one period the missions of the Napo were both numerous and powerful.
At Archidona you take a new set of peons for Napo at twenty-five cents apiece; time, one day.
There is no bread on the Napo; the nearest approach to flour is yuca starch.
This district, known as the Gapo, extends from the Napo upwards of seventeen hundred miles, to the very borders of Peru.
The only spot on the Napo where the underlying rocks are exposed is near Napo village.
The most common birds on the Napo are macaws, parrots, toucans, and ciganas.
Our Napo Indians were evidently afraid of it, and stood afar off.
The government has given him a tract of land on the Yusupino, two miles west of Napo village.
Farther west are the Napo and Pastassa, starting from the volcanoes of Quito.