Galápagos Islands or Turtle Islands (official name: es. Archipiélago de Colón or Columbus Archipelago) is an archipelago of volcanic origin in the Pacific Ocean, on the equator, approx. 960 km off the west coast of South America. The islands belong to Ecuador, and their area of 7.8 thousand. km². The zone ...
The Ecuadorian Amazon covers a region of 120,000 km2, rich vegetation, common of tropical wet-forests. The Andes Mountains form the western limit of this spot, while Peru and Colombia southern and eastern limit respectively. The regular annual temperature varies around 24 and 25 C. The Amazon environment, ...