Amazon Rainforest

You’re welcome to the Amazon rainforest. This is the largest remaining tropical rainforest in the world. More life bubbles, hums, chatters, and buzzes in this location compared to any other place in the world. A single tree in the Amazon Forest can house more ant species compared to all British Isles put together. Isn't that astounding?

Better yet, a single hectare of Amazon forest has as many distinct frog species as all of North America combined, and all of the Jungle boasts more than 20 percent of the

planet’s vascular plant species. From this description alone, we can conclude that Amazon Rainforest is a must visit in 2019.

In this forest, you will find monkeys that are small enough to comfortably sit on your fingertips, spiders that eat birds, eight-pound toads, and the planet’s largest snake, i.e. the 30-foot anaconda. What's more? The rainforest boasts thousands of native inhabitants who make up approximately 200 different nations, including Quichua, Huaorani, Zaparo, Shuar, Cofan, Secoya, and Siona.

 
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Places you can’t miss

The Amazon Rainforest is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. In Ecuador, this region is just about two hours from Quito, so it’s easy to reach. Choose the places you prefer, and plan your trip to the adventure.

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Flora Observation

At this point, we can agree Ecuador is among the most bio diverse nations on the planet, given it boasts more than 15,000 different types of flowering plants and vascular plants, according to the Fourth National Report released for the Convention of Biological Diversity.

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Bird watching

Most, if not all bird watching enthusiasts understand that bird diversity differs according to the altitude. The Arctic region boasts a few resident birds, the temperate region has more, but the tropical belt boasts the most.