The Ozogoche lake complex in Sangay National Park is considered one of the most important bird sanctuaries in Latin America.
Humpback whales can be seen off the coast of Ecuador from June to October. This happens in Esmeraldas, Manabí and Santa Elena.
According to the United Nations (UN), up to eight million tonnes of plastic waste enter our oceans every year.
An IMBA guide on proper driving and behaviour when touring Ecuador’s cities, reserves and national parks.
Cajas National Park is in Azuay province, declared by UNESCO as one of the core zones of the Macizo El Cajas Biosphere Reserve.
Sustainability is an undisputed element in tourism. Its ecological, economic and socio-cultural dimensions must always be balanced.
Three magical places to camp in Ecuador, an experience that combines adventure and nature.
Formerly the Antisana Ecological Reserve. Now in the category of National Park, it becomes a protected area with greater protection in Ecuador. Its objective is to strengthen conservation actions for the Andean condor.
A visit to the Malecón 2000 means experiencing Guayaquil’s history and feeling the magic of a walk along the Guayas River.
Nature tour between Guayaquil and Santay Island. A tour of the flora and fauna across a footbridge over the Guayas River.
The enchantment of Galapagos Islands as seen from space. An unparalleled spectacle captured from an off-earth lens.
This is the only bear species found in South America and its population is declining at an alarming rate.