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.
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(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; firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadlinefor completing the paperwork is December 7, 2012