Research rich ecosystems across Ecuador – from the cool Andean cloud forests to the Galápagos Islands – and experience unparalleled wildlife biodiversity firsthand. Identify species soaring above remote jungle treetops or captured on camera traps, and explore the vital roles they play in these treasured environments.Enroll Now Live Chat Schedule a Call
“The trip gives you an unparalleled look at many types of tropical species. From the cloud forest to the Amazon to the Galápagos, every aspect of our adventure was full of amazing life. The people, the place and our collective experience was one of the most memorable and wonderful times of my life.” Rowan, college alumnus
Three natural science credits available through Lesley University.
Course description: In this course, students study animal and plant biodiversity, as well as cultural approaches to conservation and sustainable practices. They will participate in lectures and discussions, field activities and ongoing service work.
15 hours of service learning projects that may include trail building and maintenance, ecological data collection with partner organizations, biological surveys and local farm maintenance.