• TOUR DETAILS :
• Lenght: 8 hours approx.
• Start / Finish: Cuenca
• Activity Level: Easygoing
This nice area is located to the southwest of Cuenca and here you will enjoy firstly a nice landscape. Early in the morning you will reach Yunguilla Jocotoco Reserve, where there are some interesting birds but the most important without doubt is the Pale Headed Brush-Finch. The Brush-Finch is one of the Ecuadorian endemics and one of the rarest birds of the world, also here there is the possibility to find other beautiful birds, such as: Chesnut Crowned Antpitta, Rainbow Starfrontlet, Slate Throated Woodstar, Band Tailed Pigeon, Purple Throated Sunangel, Golden Olive Woodpecker, Hooded Siskin ,etc.
Our tour also includes the visit to a waterfall, the most important in Azuay province, and there are some interesting birds such as the; Crimson Mantled Woodpecker, Russet Crowned Warbler, Black Chested Buzzard Eagle, Peruvian Pygmy Owl, and more.