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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

biodiversity

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

20 Hidden Places you must visit in Ecuador

While there are famous touristic spots along Ecuador that are definite musts, there are other less popular, or hidden spots, that will undoubtedly make your trips around the country special.

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

Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve

Pululahua reserve is the only protected area in the country that has been denominated a “Geobotanical Reserve” due to its geology and biodiverse ecosystem. The reserve is located only 17

Yasuni National Park: Explore this biodiverse paradise

Located between the provinces of Pastaza and Orellana, Yasuni is one of the most biodiverse areas on Earth!

In the heart of the tropical humid forest, the park’s territory encompasses overflowing rivers and low plains at the foothills of the Andes. Yasuni National Reserve covers 9,820 square kilometers, or 3,792 square miles.

Española Island

At the Southeastern tip of Galápagos, uninhabited by humans, Española is a sanctuary for birds, paradise for birdwatchers and the only breeding spot for the Galápagos waved albatross. The island’s

Podocarpus National Park

Located in Loja, Zamora Chinchipe, Podocarpus National Park was established as a national park in 1982, with a length of 146,280 hectares. This territory is an area of importance for

Traveling through Ecuador: Cocobetty

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Diving in Ecuador: Vanessa Coronel

To me, diving means plenty of things. As I gain more experience, discover new dive sites, and dive with different partners/students, the more meaning I find in diving. But I