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Biodivertisy of reptiles

In Cerro Blanco Forest is home to approximately 22 species of reptiles, the ameiva is one of the most common.

Bird Watching

221 species of birds, including the Great Green Macaw, a critically endangered species in Ecuador and the symbol of Cerro Blanco.

Biodiversity

Bosque Protector Cerro Blanco is one of the last best preserved remnants of Tropical Dry Forest.

Walks

Guided nature trails: offer 3 options ranging from an hour and a half to four hours, guided by the Environmental Interpreters that will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

Forest

Globally, the Tropical Dry Forest of Ecuador are considered a conservation priority. Less than 25% of the original coverage of this forest still remains in the country.

Camping

An experience not to be missed is the contact with nature through the camps.

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