Ecuador Travel Study (including the Galapagos) Spring 2013 Linda Eshelman. Ecuador Faculty Lead Program is a joint venture between the Department of Biological Sciences and the Department of Communications.
(including the Galapagos)
You would not only learn about the natural history of Ecuador including the Galapagos but also a bit about Ecuadoran history and culture.
High mountain biome with a vegetation composed mainly of giant rosette plants, shrubs and grasses.
You can earn 3 credits (study while you travel)
See things you might not other wise see
Learn a bit more about yourself
It’s an experience of a life time!
Day 1-2 Quito (city tour, San Francisco Cathedral, museums)
Day 3 Mitad Del Mundo (visit to equator and Otavalo Market)
Day 4-8 Forest Adventures (butterflies, canopy walks, waterfalls, etc.)
Day 9 Patate Indigenous community (dancing, traditional food, etc.)
Day 11-12 Cuenca (city tour, museums, shopping at the markets)
Day 13 Cajas National Park
Day 14 Mangrove swamps, tour of cacao and banana plantations
Day 15-19 Galapagos Islands (dolphin swimming, beaches, sea turtles)
Day 20 Guayaquil
Prerequisite: Biology 120 or 141 or Speech 424
Cumulative GPA of 2.5
Signature of Instructor on application
Must be at least 18 years of age
Linda Eshelman; UH217; (262) 472-1309; [email protected]
Deadlinefor completing the paperwork is December 7, 2012