The Amazon region, with an area of 139,000 square kilometers and nearly half of the Ecuadorian territory, is one of the least explored areas of our planet.
This is the home of only 2.5% of the country’s population. A visit to this part of the world represents a gesture of total support for the protection of an ecological area that has treasures in animal and plant-life. It is also an opportunity to observe Indigenous communities with their primitive customs, which are still unchanged due to their jungle environment.
The Amazon region is the world’s largest rainforest, where flows more than a third of the fresh water on earth, also it improves the world with a huge biodiversity and unique species.
At first glance, the rainforest is a wet, green and vast place. However, if you see carefully, this ecosystem is full of surprises. Not only each tree is very different from the next one, but also for each tree there are hundreds of other species of plants and animals in constant interaction. Tropical forests cover 7% of the surface of the Earth, but provide 50% of the Earth’s biodiversity.
We offer tours through the jungle where you can learn how different cultures live here and enjoy a unique fauna in the world. The Amazon beauty combines with the comfort of the hotels in the area.
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|Area (km2)||The Amazon region, with an area of 139,000 square kilometers and nearly half of the Ecuadorian territory, is one of the least explored areas of our planet.|