Uploaded on May 23, 2011 Este “trailer” realizado por la televisión mexicana a cargo de Azucena Celis, es una aportación para nuestros amigos de la República del Ecuador por fomentar el turismo internacional en los Andes equinocciales. Participan el Dr. Ismael Arturo Montero García, Cristóbal Cobo, Karla Campos y el artista plástico Jorge Obregón.
264,000 Acres Saved at Ecuador’s Antisana Volcano DEC 2, 2011 Rainforest Trust is proud to announce the protection of 264,382 acres of tropical forests to paramo grasslands across the Antisana Volcano in Ecuador. This is one of the most significant conservation accomplishments in recent decades and comes after years of careful and dedicated work byRead more about 264,000 Acres Saved at Ecuador’s Antisana Volcano[…]
Antisana Volcano Ecological Reserve Location: Pichincha-Napo Area: 125.000 hectares Altitude Range: 1.200 – 5.758 meters. The Antisana Ecological Reserve it’s located in the oriental slope of the Andes Mountain Range. The Antisana Volcano with its 5 728 meters is one of the most important volcanoes in the Andes. The region includes the high river basinsRead more about Antisana Volcano Ecological Reserve[…]
Baeza from: TheBestofEcuador.com One kilometer away from the Tena and Lago Agrio roads junction lies the serene yet naturally homely small town of Baeza. Essentially the town as in most older towns of Latin America is divided up into the old Colonial Baeza and the new Andalucía (new Baeza). The older part of the historicRead more about Baeza Ecuador[…]
Hot springs and hummingbirds in Ecuador A far cry from its origin as a potato-growing centre, Papallacta, Ecuador’s highest town, has become famous for its wondrous natural treasures. By Andrew Bain 6 August 2013 In the Ecuadorian town of Papallacta, water is everything. Trout farms supply local restaurants with the steamed fish that headlines almostRead more about BBC – Travel – Hot springs and hummingbirds in Ecuador[…]
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