The most biodiverse place on Earth has inspired a generation of conservationists and photographers to register the richeness and the importance of the National Park in Ecuador. Click to see image gallery
October 25, 2010
The Ministry of Environment (Minam), announced the creation of three new protected areas (PA) in the Loreto region. They’re the National Park Güeppí-Sekime, Airo Pai Communal Reserve and Communal Reserve Huimeki, areas very rich on biodiversity.
February 7, 2012
A region of 3.4 million hectares is home to endemic species and about nine thousand Indians. The biggest threat remains the illegal extraction of gold.
April 14, 2012
Tourists can directly support the conservation and protection of virgin forests in the Tambopata National Reserve.