About this trip:
Per square mile, Ecuador has the highest biodiversity in the world, including some 1,640 species of birds, many of which are rare and endemic. Discover the amazing contrasts of cloud forest and Andean landscapes on this 10-day adventure. With assistance from an expert guide, encounter a variety of birds, plants, and other wildlife while traversing a selection of Ecuador’s 50 different ecosystems. Along the way, meet a famous Ecuadorian ornithologist, view the snow-capped Antisana Volcano, and straddle the equator at the Middle of the World Monument.
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Explore diverse habitats at varying elevations at national and private reserves, including Alambi Cloud Forest Reserve, the subtropical rainforest at Milpe Bird Sanctuary, páramo ecosystem at Antisana Ecological Reserve, and more.
Seek out some of Ecuador’s approximately 130 hummingbird species, including the Giant Hummingbird, Black-tailed Trainbearer, Swordbilled Hummingbird, Tourmaline Sunangel, and Glowing Puffleg.
Identify target bird species like the Andean Condor and Andean Cock-of-the-rock, as well as amphibians, insects and mammals such as bats, deer, rabbits, anteaters and camelids.
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Photo by: Chris Burney