Biology, ecology and conservation projects in Ecuador
Ecuador is one of the 17th most biodiverse countries of the world, located in the northwestern part of South America, crossed by two of what scientists call “biodiversity hotspots” of the world, due to their unusual levels of diversity and species endemism: Tumbez Choco Magdalena coastal Forests and the Tropical Andes. Ecuador also has a National System of Protected Areas, composed of 47 protected areas that represent 19% of the total area of the country, including the Galapagos Islands.
This is the essence of the adventure that is waiting for you; while learning, you will be able to inmerse yourself into nature and enjoy the beauty of what is surrounding you. Projects in agroforestry and agroecology, conservation, environmental education, animal protection and rehabilitation, among others, are waiting for you.