Ecuador, about the size of Arizona, has some of the highest biodiversity on Earth due to the great variation of its terrains: Pacific Ocean and coastal region, the Andes Mountains - divided into two sub-mountain ranges - the Choco bio-region, the Tumbes bio-region and the Amazon jungle. With over 1640 bird species, this makes it a birdwatcher’s paradise! The country also has one of the highest diversity of orchids and butterflies on Earth. This 'Natural History' trip will take you to some of the most beautiful sites in northern Ecuador for the observation of neotropical avifauna.
Day 1: Departure Day 2: San Isidro Cloud Forest Day 3: On To The East Day 4: Spot Wildlife At Dawn Day 5: Transfer To Mangaloma Reserve Day 6: A Morning And Evening Walk Day 7: Arrival In Quito Day 8: Yasuni's Parrots Day 9: The Yanacocha Reserve Day 10: The Beautiful Paz De Las Aves Day 11: Expedition In The Guango Day 12: From Rio Bigal To Coca By Speedboat Day 13: Hike The Trails, And Meet Ecuador's Nocturnal Inhabitants Day 14: The Observation Tower Day 15: Birdwatching At San Isidro
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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