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Diverse Ecuador has more to offer than the Galapagos, discovers Chloe Cann on a twin-centre to Quito and the coastal lowlands


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rifting downstream around the curlicues of a lazy river in rural Ecuador, I’ve reached peak serenity. Tiny, teacup-size


birds dart in and out of view: flamboyant indigo buntings and tropical kingbirds with vivid yellow chests. Overhead, vultures soar as we cruise the olive waters in a convoy of inflatables, a thick corridor of greenery surrounding us. Tubing the Rio Milagro, or Miracle River, proves a delightfully sedate affair – until our guide Alfredo notices a new member of the group: a snake. In front of us, a straw-coloured culebra is


winding its way across the water. Yet the sighting merits little more than a fleeting shrug from Alfredo, who insists there’s no need to be afraid – it’s all just part of the scenery.


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