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Maga Dávalos on documentary photography & indigenous communities

Maga Dávalos is a documentary photographer who has lived with indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon, documenting their ways of life through her lens. Interview: How long have you been

Caminante de Montes: We are all sons of the mountain

In this exclusive interview Adrián Soria, landscape photographer and biologist, he tells us which are the best places to take photos in Ecuador. Dare to leave your comfort zone, take

¿Qué hacer en el Parque Nacional Cotopaxi?

El Parque Nacional Cotopaxi se extiende geográficamente por las provincias de Pichincha, Cotopaxi y Napo. Esta reserva ecológica está a sólo 37 millas de Quito, y a 18 millas de

Sumaco Napo Galeras National Park

In the year 2000, UNESCO declared the Sumaco Napo Galeras a “Biosphere Reserve.” Located In the Northern Amazon, the extensive territory of the reserve covers mountain ranges, tropical rainforests and

Riobamba: Discover El Altar

Text: The Municipal GAD of Riobamba. Riobamba is the heart of Ecuador, surrounded by majestic landscapes and Andean mountains. Its geographic location places the parish close to Sangay National Park,

Robinski: Between volcanoes and stars

In this exclusive interview, we present Roberto Valdez, also known as Robinski, who at 27 years old is a professional photographer and the only Sony ambassador in Ecuador. His stunning

Cayambe Coca National Park

Cayambe Coca Ecological Reserve is mostly known for the massive volcano that gives the park its name, and it is no surprise why.  Cayambe, the snow capped giant standing at

Galápagos Marine Reserve

The mix of hot and cold water temperatures has invited species from different areas in the Pacific ocean to coexist in this marine sanctuary. The Cromwell submarine current generates plenty

Discover Cotopaxi National Park

Cotopaxi National Park is geographically spread through the Provinces of Pichincha, Cotopaxi and Napo. This ecological reserve is only 37 miles away from Quito, and 18 miles away from the