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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

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Parque Nacional Llanganates

Establecido en 1996, el Parque Nacional Llanganates es conocido por sus fascinantes páramos, abundantes bosques nublados, y sus inmensas lagunas.  “Llanganates” significa “Montaña Hermosa”en kichwa , nombre que comparte con

Reserva Geobotánica Pululahua

La reserva de Pululahua es la única área protegida en el país que ha sido denominada “Reserva Geobotánica” debido a su geología y la biodiversidad de su flora y fauna.

Guayacan´s Blossom Season

Ecuador´s yellow Guayacan trees are a breathtaking sight that can only be appreciated once a year. Although there is no exact date for their blossom, residents of the Providence of

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

Reserva Ecológica Cotacachi Cayapas

La Reserva Ecológica Cotacachi Cayapas se extiende por 243.638 hectáreas, desde Imbabura en la sierra, hasta la provincia costera de Esmeraldas. Con un amplio rango de altitud que cubre su

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

10 spots for camping this summer

Camping is the perfect way to enjoy Ecuador’s most pristine nature to the fullest. There are plenty of spots for adventurous nature lovers! These are the top 10 spots we

Quilotoa: A breathtaking adventure destination in the Andes

14 km north of Zumbahua, within  the Ilinizas Ecological Reserve, Quilotoa is the westernmost volcano in the Andes. But perhaps the most impressive thing about this 12,840 ft dormant volcano,

Piñan: Horseback riding in the Ecuadorian Sierra

One of the best horseback riding trails in Ecuador is  “El Piñán” found in the Imbabura Province, north of Otavalo and close to Urcuquí.  Thanks to its isolated location, the