The Bobonasa River is the route used to enter deeper into the jungle where the Sarayakus live. This river allows people to placidly navigate while enjoying scenery.
As soon as you dive into the waters an infinite number of fish and invertebrates appear.This beautiful Galapagos Marine Reserve was declared by UNESCO as a natural heritage.
There are those who marvel at the presence of these iguanas and consider Parque Seminario in the city of Guayaquil a mini Jurassic park.
Limoncocha lagoon is the kingdom of this animal that measures nearly seven meters in length.
Fishing village boats regularly leave during the day from this fishing village, carrying passengers to observe whales from up close.