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Recommended by Lonely Birder and ONAGA NEOTROPICAL

Situado en la Reserva Ecológica Antisana, en los Andes ecuatorianos, uno de los mejores sitios para observar varias de las especialidades de la alta montaña andina en Ecuador: Andean Ibis, Silvery Grebe, Giant Hummingbird, Andean Hillstar,…

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probably the largest hotel in the Puerto Lopez area. Leaving aside the décor, the rooms are spacious, clean and reasonably priced at around 40€ for a double, depending on whether or not you want a ventilator. Don’t expect luxury, just the bare…

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Southern Ecuador: this lodge was created by the Jocotoco Foundation in Tapichalaca, a must-stop for birders due to the quantity and variety of birds, including endemics. This is the best place in the world to see Jocotoco Antpitta

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It’s situated in Mindo, one of the mecca birding sites worldwide. It’s the South American region with the most reduced distribution species (+50) as well as endemic and near-endemic species (38). Within an area of 40 km. you can find more than 676…

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It’s situated in Mindo, one of the mecca birding sites worldwide. It’s the South American region with the most reduced distribution species (+50) as well as endemic or near-endemic species (38). Within an area of 40 km. you can find more than 676…

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Situated in Mindo, one of the ornithological meccas that scarcely needs an introduction. This is the area of Latin America with the most soppecies of reduced distribution (50+), and endemics (39 Choco endemics). Within a radius of 40km around the…

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This small family-owned establishment is situated in Papallacta and it’s one of the few options in the area where to find good quality food for a reasonable price. They serve a delicious trout dish and the breakfast served is fantastic (2 USD approx…

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Ecuador: The Papallacta pass (3,400-4,100m asl) is one of the highest in the whole country, and with some of the easiest access. The area holds a greta variety of montane species. In the highest part there are several lakes. The most noteworthy…

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Northern Ecuador: situated near Cosanga (2 hours from Quito) on the eastern Andean slope at between 1850 and 2400m asl, this is a famous location to track down an as yet undescribed species: San Isidro Owl. It´s also an excellent first base from…

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Southern Ecuador: an excellent option for those visting Podocarpus National park (3km from the Bombuscaro entrance and also not far from the city of Zamora). This accommodation is run by a Belgian couple and it ticks all the boxes as far as…

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