Are you look for the perfect place to watch flora and fauna in the country, and do different kind of tourism?
Geotours has the answer for you, the LLanganates - Sangay Ecological Corridor, gives you the opportunity to carry out this activity and have unique experiences. This route has the correct signage also offer facility for adventure, community, medicinal and ecotourism; It is essential to be aware that, to maintain a balance in the sector, it is important to carry out a conscientious and responsible tourism.
LLANGANATES – SANGAY ECOLOGICAL CORRIDOR
The Llanganates - Sangay Ecological Corridor, is an area of predominantly natural wooded vegetation, which was declared in 2002 by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as a "gift to the Earth", it is located in the provinces of Tungurahua, Pastaza and Morona Santiago, specifically in the Baños, Mera and Palora cantons, respectively, covering an area of 41,517 ha.
One of the most common and popular activities among visitors who prefer ecotourism is bird watching although other kind of wildlife observation activities should not be ruled out. This type of tourism does not involve visiting zoos, aquariums or rescue centers. In the case of adventure tourism, the attractiveness is determined by geographical conditions that let doing recreational activities. Generally, sports in tourism and adventure tourism are complemented with other types of activities. These modalities can occur in natural or artificial spaces, in cities or natural areas and settings specifically designed for the practice of an activity.
In the case of tourism activities developed in areas included in the CELS, such as: rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, canyoning, climbing and downhill, among the main ones. In medicinal tourism, the means are sought to preserve, promote and restore health as a fundamental key to physical, mental and social well-being. The CELS has numerous attractions to which people attribute these medicinal properties, such as hot springs and waterfalls.
Species of wildlife into the Ecological Corridor
With regard to flora there are:
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