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by on September 6, 2016
Galapagos Evolution - UNESCO declared the Galapagos Islands —an archipelago made up of 127 islands, islets and rocks some 1000 km out west from mainland Ecuador— a World Heritage Site in 1979 because of the uniqueness or endemism of their abundant biodiversity. The Galapagos Islands are home to a greater variety of flora and fauna than anywhere else in the world with a marine environment that is a veritable ‘melting pot’ of marine species. These islands and their marine reserve are known as a ‘living museum and showcase of evolution’.
by on October 21, 2015
Ever since Cotopaxi volcano became active this past august, Ecuador has being tirelessly working to inform and educate citizens in the event of a potential eruption and its possible repercussions. But how does this translate for tourists and travelers passing by? What precautions should they take? What places are to be avoided? How long will it last? We got you covered, first and foremost let’s get started with your safety! Check out the infographic below on the effects of volcanic ash to your health and how you can avoid them:
by on March 14, 2014
Sangay National Park is part of the many protected reserves in the country, but this one particular has earned Ecuador world recognition - declared a UNESCO world heritage site. The following is an excerpt of UNESCO's website describing the Park:With its outstanding natural beauty and two active volcanoes, the park illustrates the entire spectrum of ecosystems, ranging from tropical rainforests to glaciers, with striking contrasts between the snow capped peaks and the forests of the plains. Its isolation has encouraged the survival of indigenous species such as the mountain tapir and the Andean condor.
 
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