Discover Ecuador's Spring Wildlife: Birdwatching Paradise


Spot rare and exotic bird species amidst stunning natural landscapes

1. Exploring the Galapagos Islands

Embark on a journey to the world-famous Galapagos Islands, home to a diverse range of rare and unique bird species. Spot iconic feathered inhabitants like the Galapagos penguin and the waved albatross in their natural habitats.


2. Birding in Mindo Cloud Forest

Visit the Mindo Cloud Forest, a biodiversity hotspot nestled in the Andes, which boasts an astounding variety of avian species. Wake up to the melodic songs of colorful birds like toucans and hummingbirds, and capture their beauty through your binoculars.


3. Uncover the Beauty of Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve

Immerse yourself in the remote and enchanting Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, a birdwatcher's paradise. Paddle through pristine lagoons and explore dense rainforest trails to spot toucans, jacamars, anhingas, and fascinating bird species unique to this region.


4. Embark on a Cloud Forest Expedition

Explore the cloud forests of Ecuador, characterized by their mist-filled canopies and unique ecosystems. Seek out elusive species such as the plate-billed mountain-toucan, the masked trogon, and the colorful Andean cock-of-the-rock.


5. Marvel at the Diversity of Ecuadorian Hummingbirds

Ecuador boasts an astonishing variety of hummingbird species due to its diverse ecosystems. Marvel at these tiny, colorful gems as they flit from flower to flower in search of nectar. Be sure to bring your camera to capture their iridescent beauty.


6. Visit the Coastal Cloud Forest of Chirije

Discover the unique ecosystem of the Chirije coastal cloud forest, where tropical rainforest meets the Pacific Ocean. Experience unforgettable bird encounters with the splendid rose-crowned tanager, the collared trogon, and Ecuador's national bird, the andean cock-of-the-rock.