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This was the first stop on our Cloud Forest birding adventure and we really enjoyed the experience. Higher altitude than the rest of our trip. We arrived EARLY, before the warden had filled the feeders but he arrived at the feeders almost we we did!...More
One of the most beautiful place that I have been. If you are looking for a nice trip that involve nature but you are no so good this is the place. No far from Quito, roads in good shape so easily accesible. Many colibries to...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Yanacocha, until we left the park at the end of the day. The "Information" office had been closed when we arrived but when we left it was open and they told us we had to pay an entrance fee...More
This reserve is privately owned by a NGO and located at 10,500 ft altitude. It is cold (55F), so dress warmly.
The view is amazing from the top of the world. The park is about 90 mins from Quito. We hired a guide/driver to take...More
Great location for some hard to find hummingbirds but more. The Reserve has many hummingbird and banana feeders to attract great birds. They have a cafeteria with great coffee and snacks. The trail to additional feeders is long but easy to walk with more birds...More
Yanacocha is breathtakingly beautiful, a beautiful range of highland forests covering mountains and valleys. Besides the scenery, the main attraction are the brilliant hummingbirds and tanagers, which really put on a show for us. Highly recommended for nature lovers, but make sure you pace yourself,...More
This is a reserve high above Quito with lots of hummingbirds visiting the many feeders. Awesome views if it is not too cloudy and a nice level trail along woods on the mountainside. A small cafe with a view has breakfast and lunch. A visit...More
This place is high, around 4000m / 12000ft, in the Andes. So the air is thin and it is cool, if not cold. But the views are incredible. And the staff keeps the bird feeders stocked, so you will always see hummingbirds and flowerpiercers as...More