What do Charles Darwin, shrunken heads, and guinea pigs have in common?
They all play a role in the culture and environment of Ecuador! Whether you are a teacher, student, or curious explorer, take a break from the cold this January to follow Pink Palace Education through the diverse biomes and communities of Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands to get a glimpse of natural and human life in the American Tropics.
Learn about the birthplace of evolution and ecology, the vibrant Quechua culture, and the diverse wildlife of the Amazon rainforest. Examine how the region is changing today and what it can teach us about our own lives!
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