Mindo Cloudforest

Mindo is one of the ecological attractions in Ecuador. It is located approximately 79 km from Quito; to reach here it will take just 2 and a half hours trip. This wonderful place is located in a beautiful valley at 1,250 meters above sea level, surrounded by 19,000 acres of protected areas with primary and secondary rainforest. The transitional and Andean forest extends up to the slopes of the Guagua Pichincha volcano, with an altitude of 4700-1400 meters and cover by diverse ecosystems. In 1997 it was named the first important site for bird watching in Latin America by the Bird Life International.

Mindo: The Bird’s Paradise

Mindo is one of the ecological attractions in Ecuador. It is located approximately 79 km from Quito; to reach here it will take just 2 and a half hours trip. This wonderful place is located in a beautiful valley at 1,250 meters above sea level, surrounded by 19,000 acres of protected areas with primary and secondary rainforest. The transitional and Andean forest extends up to the slopes of the Guagua Pichincha volcano, with an altitude of 4700-1400 meters and cover by diverse ecosystems. In 1997 it was named the first important site for bird watching in Latin America by the Bird Life International.

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Mindo is one of the ecological attractions in Ecuador. It is located approximately 79 km from Quito; to reach here it will take just 2 and a half hours trip. This wonderful place is located in a beautiful valley at 1,250 meters above sea level, surrounded by 19,000 acres of protected areas with primary and secondary rainforest. The transitional and Andean forest extends up to the slopes of the Guagua Pichincha volcano, with an altitude of 4700-1400 meters and cover by diverse ecosystems. In 1997 it was named the first important site for bird watching in Latin America by the Bird Life International.

Mindo: The Bird’s Paradise

Mindo is one of the ecological attractions in Ecuador. It is located approximately 79 km from Quito; to reach here it will take just 2 and a half hours trip. This wonderful place is located in a beautiful valley at 1,250 meters above sea level, surrounded by 19,000 acres of protected areas with primary and secondary rainforest. The transitional and Andean forest extends up to the slopes of the Guagua Pichincha volcano, with an altitude of 4700-1400 meters and cover by diverse ecosystems. In 1997 it was named the first important site for bird watching in Latin America by the Bird Life International.

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