2019 Photogallery Ecuador
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The Galápagos Islands & Mainland Ecuador Trip Photos & Journal
from February 18 to March 12, 2019

Country: The Galapagos Islands & Mainland Ecuador

Duration: February 18 to March 12, 2019

Distance Traveled within the Country: ~2000km

Memorable Impressions:
The Galápagos Islands do not require an introduction. It should be on everyone’s bucket list, a place where the animals are at total ease with their environment, hence even us humans. We chose the island hoping option. Arranged our own itinerary and opting not to book a multi-day tour to keep our schedule flexible.

Our favourite island was Isabela, with its laid back atmosphere. The snorkeling of the Las Túneles and Las Tintoreras
were superb. We fell in love with the blue boobies and their dance to attract the females.

Mainland Ecuador is significantly more advanced than its neighbouring country Peru, mainly due to its US inluence. Ecuador is all about Nature. The country has an abundance of different species of birds, butterflies, frogs, spiders, snakes and you
name it insects. We got hooked on bird-watching in Mindo. Hours and hours we spent looking for and watching the cock-of-the-rock and other birds. We were in awe to share the space with 100’s of colorful butterflies and the electric blue morphos
at Mariposas de Mindo. Sitting outside our cabin watching hummingbirds whisk by was a wonderful treat. We exceeded the 5000m elevation mark a couple of times on our hikes. Our favourite hike was circumferencing the Laguna Quilotoa Crater Rim.

The photos and journal of the trip are covered in one (1) digital photo book in PDF format. Please click on the the Photo Book Cover below. Note the pdf is 151MB in size and the book has 184 pages.

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