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  • Photo: Ministry of Tourism of Ecuador

    Ecuador’s Protected Areas

    More than 97 percent of the land and surrounding water of the Galapagos Islands are designated as a national park or reserve, making it one of the most protected areas on the planet. The Galapagos, though, are not the only protected region of the country. For those looking to explore relatively pristine and off-the-beaten-path areas, visitors have a number of choices.

  • Photo: Lance Brashear

    The Western Slopes of the Andes and the “Other” Rainforest

    When people think of visiting the rain forest in Ecuador, images of jungle lodges along the Amazon River tributaries come to mind.

    The Amazon begins at the base of the Eastern Cordilleras of the Andes, but what sits on the other side of the mountains along the slopes of the Western Cordillera or mountain range? Many tourists have actually discovered some wonderful destinations in the tropical and cloud forests just a couple hours west of the capital city of Quito.

  • 3 Top Nature Destinations

    Peru is considered one of the most- biodiverse countries in the world with some unbeatable records such as number one in diversity of butterflies and number two on birds species. If you are a nature lover, Peru offers not only lively culture but unique experiences in diverse ecosytems.

  • Photo: Andy Price

    Chile: Enjoying Hot Springs in the Winter

    When visiting Chile in the winter, why not plan on taking a relaxing bath in one of the many hot springs (termas) around the country?

    There are different types of hot springs, such as a natural hot springs, mud baths, swimming pools, and therapeutic massage, among others.

    Hot springs are known to have a therapeutic effect on the nervous system, skin illnesses, stress, rheumatism, lumbago and other types of back pain.

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