Pambiliño Reserve & Educational Farm is an Independent Conservation Project, and a space where nature itself teaches the forgotten knowledge that we all have in the interior. In Pambiliño, conservation and education is promoted in the Chocó Rainforest of Ecuador working with the forest, with the community of Mashpi, with institutions and organizations, students, volunteers, teachers and anyone interested in the conservation and sustainability of rainforests.
In the Reserve you can carry out ecological activities such as:
hiking in the cloud forest, bird watching, milking, harvesting of organic products, and participation in the daily tasks of the reserve.


The Reserve has a capacity to receive 15 tourists or volunteers


Take the Calacali – La Independencia road to the Pacific coast. On this road, you have to go for approximately 2 hours to km 104 (about 5 km after Los Bancos), where you will find a bus stop (a bank with a concrete roof) on your right. Here you have to turn right towards Pachijal. In this town you can take a rental car to reach the Pambiliño Reserve.


Parroquia de Pacto-Comunidad de Mashpi


Depends on the activity


Lodging $ 30.00 per person
Food from $ 7.00 per person

Oliver Torres

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