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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

Nature

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

Descubriendo Pastaza con Juan José Olivo

Juan José Olivo es consultor turístico y fotógrafo de Pastaza, desde hace más de 7 años vive en la Amazonía ecuatoriana. En esta entrevista nos cuenta sobre sus aventuras y

Cuicocha: ¡el mejor escape para el fin de semana!

La Laguna de Cuicocha, también conocida como “La laguna de los Dioses” surge a partir de una erupción volcánica que ocurrió hace 3,000 años atrás. Está ubicada a 12 kilómetros

Mindo: que ver y hacer.

¡Mindo es el paraíso para los observadores de aves, buscadores de aventuras y exploradores! A solo 3 horas de Quito, el bosque nuboso te espera … Cascadas, vegetación exuberante, senderos

Ecuador: Welcome to Birdwatcher’s Paradise!

No other country in the world has as many bird species in such a small land area. With a list of over 1640 species, Ecuador ranks fourth in the world

The Horned Frog

Amphibians such as frogs, toads and salamanders are vital to the ecosystem of the tropics and Ecuador in particular, is an amphibian hotspot! Reappers in Amphibian Paradise Most frog species

4 days in Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve

To make your way into the heart of the Earth, hours deep in the rainforest, you first have to spend a night in Lago Agrio. At least that’s how we

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!

Mashpi Cloud Forest: A dream destination for Birders

The slopes of the Andes are dressed with this wonderful ecosystem, also called “Andean brow” due to its generous vegetation. The cloud forest looks like a mossy jungle with tall