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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

Nature

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

Santa Cruz Island: What you can’t miss during your visit!

Santa Cruz’s name means Holy Cross in Spanish. The first Spanish visitors gave this island a Christian name. This island is the second lar

gest in the Galapagos Archipelago. However, with a population of around 12,000 locals, it is the most populated (by humans).

Ecuador’s Geography: 1 country, 4 worlds

Ecuador is located in northwestern South America. The country gets its name from the Equator, the imaginary line that crosses through the country splitting the southern and northern hemisphere. Ecuador

January in Galapagos: Green Sea Turtles lay their eggs

January is the month when Galápagos Giant Tortoises’ eggs start hatching, and sea turtles begin to lay their eggs.  Green Sea Turtles are the only species of marine turtles that lays eggs in the Galapagos Islands!  

Latacunga: Explore natural wonders surrounding the city

 

Latacunga, located on the skirts of the imposing Cotopaxi volcano, is at the heart of the country- 90 km south of the capital, Quito. Its privileged location makes it a strategic point that connects the Coast, the Sierra and the Amazon.

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.