Ecuador Destinos con Naturaleza

El asombroso ambiente exterior de Guatemala es en gran parte el resultado de su posición geográfica – el país constituye un puente terrestre entre América del Norte y América del Sur, está en contacto tanto con el Océano Pacífico como con el Mar Caribe, y además posee cinco cordilleras montañosas que corren dentro de sus fronteras. Todos estos factores resultan en la formación de un país con condiciones geográficas y climáticas sumamente diversas. Los siguientes destinos están situados en áreas hermosas que permiten a los viajeros visitar el aire libre y explorar. Hay bosques para hacer caminatas, volcanes por conquistar, y aguas termanles por disfrutar. Podrá remar en kayak en lagos o en ríos selváticos, y salir a observar aves alrededor de prósperas plantaciones de café.

Santa Cruz Ecuador
Santa Cruz

Galapagos

On Santa Cruz itself, you'll want to venture into its moist highlands to see some Galápagos tortoises roaming free. Of course, you can also see these animals up close at the Charles Darwin Research Station or El Chato Ranch.

If you want to stay immersed in nature for the duration of your visit to Santa Cruz, choose from accommodations that offer their own little slice of the waterfront or the highlands. When you're done with your tours, appreciate the beauty of the island’s various beaches and well-maintained hiking trails.

Isabela Ecuador
Isabela

Galapagos

On Isabela, you can find unusual features like Los Humedales, a series of paths with twisted lava formations. Take a stunning nature hike from Sierra Negra Volcano to Chico Volcano. From its peak, you'll have a good view of lava flows all over the island. Concha Perla Beach is another must-see attraction on the island, known as a snorkeling hotspot — not far from the shore, you can peek into the underwater world of sea lions, sea turtles, and colorful tropical fish.

Make sure to stop by Isabela's Giant Tortoise Breeding Center where you can see the five different types of Galápagos tortoises. Out of all the places to see tortoises in the Galápagos, this one offers the most insight into the life cycles of these modern-day dinosaurs.

For more rare wildlife, head to Las Tintoreras, a small chain of islands near Isabela’s bay, for the chance to see the Galápagos penguin. This is one of the few islands where you can see this bird in the wild, in addition to interesting aquatic species — marine iguanas, manta rays, and white-tip reef sharks — swimming in the shallows.