The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

National Parks

The Andean Bear

Text: Santiago Molina  The Andean or spectacle bear is the only representative of the 8 species of the bears in the world that lives in South America. Is endemic to

Parque Nacional Podocarpus

El Parque Nacional Podocarpus, ubicado en Loja, Zamora Chinchipe, se estableció como parque nacional en 1982. Con una longitud de 146,280 hectáreas, clima húmedo, altitud intermedia y barreras montañosas, Podocarpus

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

Humpback Whales: Dancers of the sea

The Ecuadorian coasts get festive during whale watching season. Every year between June and October, hundreds of humpback whales migrate from the Arctic to the tropical waters of Ecuador and

El Mejor Top 10 de la Amazonía Ecuatoriana

¿Deseas conocer la Amazonía ecuatoriana y no sabes bien a donde ir? En este Top 10 te revelaremos los mejores rincones para conocer la Amazonía. ¡ No permitas que los

In April: Green Galapagos & Wildlife season

Galapagos in April  Max. temp: 85°F (29.4°C)   Min. temp: 73°F (22.8°C)   Sea temp.: 77°F (25.0°C)   Avg. Rainfall: 1.5 in (3.8 cm)   In April, the rainy season in Galapagos is over. This season

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 city of Latacunga. Due to its location, it is one of the most visited parks. Most Ecuadorians come here to touch snow for the first time!

Llanganates National Park

Established in 1996, Llanganates National Park is known for its abundant cloud forests, vast paramos, and mystical lagoons. Located in the provinces of Cotopaxi, Napo, Pastaza and Tungurahua, the park

Cotacachi Cayapas Ecological Reserve

The Cotacachi Cayapas Ecological Reserve stretches for 243.638 acres, making its way from Imbabura, in the Ecuadorian Sierra, to the coastal province of Esmeraldas. With a wide range in altitude