reptiles & anphibians
IN THE WAORANI INTANGIBLE ZONE
Called the most biodiverse place on earth, the Yasuní reserve also has the highest concentration of jaguars per square kilometre. Also its registered another species of cats like: Oncillas, Ocelots, Cougars. At least 12 species of monkeys, Giant Armadillo, Giant Anteater, Giant Otter, Lowland Tapir, Sloth and many other unique mammals from the Amazon Rainforest.
The diversity of fish species in this region is influenced by seasonality and habitat however the Yasuni National Park concentrate high levels of fish diversity, estimated in 500 species.
The Yasuni National park is the home of one-third of the Amazon Basin´s amphibian and reptile species, despite covering less than 0.15% of its total area.
The intangible zone & Yasuni National Park are home to at least 596 bird species which comprises one-third of the total native bird species for the Amazon
SPECIAL TRACKING ANIMALS IN THE ANDES MOUNTAINS
The Mountain tapir also known as Andean Tapir (Tapirus pinchaque) is among the world’s most endangered large mammals. This animal has been on the planet for an estimated of 35 million years, this survivor is almost a "living fossil", memory of ancient times.
The spectacled bear is South America's only bear species. It faces an uncertain future due to loss of habitat. Bears can be found in the cloud forests and paramos (highlands) in Ecuador.
galapagos endemic animals
FIVE ENDEMIC GALAPAGOS ENCOUNTERS
It’s time to discover our unique wildlife and ecosystems of the GALAPAGOS ISLANDS.
Our experienced guides will make possible the best of the animal encounters.
Enjoy our top 5 endemic and iconic discoveries.
. Galapagos Giant Tortoises
. Marine Iguanas
. Galapagos land Iguanas
. Santa Fe land Iguanas
. Galapagos sea Lions
Of course, many more to see in the way.