Private land and fluvial transportation, lodging, all meals, entrance to natural reserves, community fees.
Does not include:
Additional meals or drinks, alcoholic beverages, medical insurance, international air taxes, VAT (National Tax), laundry or any other additional service during the trip, tips.
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The town of Mindo, northwest of Quito, will become our first stop. Here we will discover the great diversity of amphibians and reptiles that characterize these forests, surrounded by a nice and comfortable environment. Among the most representative species to observe are the wonderful glass frogs, some rain frogs, lizards and hopefully some snakes.
After a few days in this paradise we will head towards the Eastern foothills where many other herp species await for us. During this visit it will be possible to see some representative species of rain frogs, tree frogs and lizards. During this time we will have the opportunity to understand the differences between the eastern and western Foothills of the Andes.
Our third and final destination will be the Ecuadorian Amazon. This spectacular location is recognized as one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. Here many species of amphibians and reptiles await us. Among the moste representative species are the poisonous frogs, tree frogs, rain frogs, boas and vipers.
For those insects lovers, this trip will be fascinating, since the rainy season is not only good to observe herps, but also to observe many spectacular bugs that will only be found in the amazon region.
Ecuador, such a small country, is home of a rich, beautiful, unique, endemic and even threatened biodiversity. Therefore, through a Responsible Nature Tourism we have the opportunity to show and share it to the world, while we support its conservation through Environmental Education and Local Economic Development programs.