See the wide variety of animals that there are in this forest and enjoy a day immersed in nature
A day spent surrounded by nature untouched by man
It appears to be a sanctuary for Ecuadorian endangered species and it wouldn't be far from the truth. At only 30 kilometres from the centre of Guayaquil, you can find the lush Bosque Protector Cerro Blanco, one of the best examples of a preserved tropical dry forest in the country and with some of the most interesting outdoors activities in the region. If you are travelling with children or with friends, you could have an adventure and sleep in the forest campsite. There, you can listen to the sounds of the forest's 54 species of mammals (including jaguars, howling monkeys and bats), its 221 species of birds and 12 species of reptiles to name a few. The campsite has bathrooms and an area for outdoor barbecues. Safety is guaranteed by the park's guides who organise routes of differing difficulties. For bird watchers, the park has a scientific programme of bird watching and identification.