The Amazon Rainforest is considered the “Lungs of our Planet” it helps to continuously transform carbon dioxide into oxygen. The twenty five percent of the earth's oxygen is produced in this area and one-fifth of the world's fresh water is in the Amazon Basin, It is estimated than more than half’s of world’s 10 million species of plants, animals and insects live in the tropical rainforest. The Amazon is also home to indigenous groups with ancestral cultures. These indigenous groups face the challenge to protect their environment and keep their culture alive.
Discover the Amazon Rainforest, be marveled by its wilderness and raise awareness of its conservation. Talk to others about what you discovered and help to create a chain of Amazon supporters.
EXPLORING THE WILDERNESS AND BIODIVERSITY OF THE EQUATORIAL RAINFOREST.
Discover the beauty and magic of the Equatorial Rainforest. Imagine you crossing black water rivers, surrounded by endless tropical forest and hiking through tall trees, hundreds of years old, listening to the sounds of nature while discovering the beauty of the Amazon wilderness and the wisdom of its flora and vegetation. The Ecuadorian Rainforest is considered one of the most bio diverse areas in the world, with the largest number of plants, invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles and birds per square kilometer in the world; this diversity is also unpredictable making each excursion in the area totally different.
EXPERIENCING THE CUSTOMS, LANGUAGE AND TRADITIONS OF ANCIENT AMAZON CULTURES AND SUPPORTING THEIR CONSERVATION EFFORTS.
Imagine the place you call home being in constant danger, imagine your house to be destroyed every day just in front of your eyes, imagine your family culture being threatened and in danger of being extinct. What would you do to save your home and people? The Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest is also home of a numerous ancestral cultures; some of them still remain uncontacted. These indigenous groups face the challenge to save and protect their land from the problems that threaten the Amazon region. They are making a big effort in order to create sustainable alternatives that will allow them to conserve their territory and maintain their customs and traditions. One of these alternatives is to show their culture to the world, show the place they call home and raise awareness about the importance of conserving the Amazon Region.