The Tinalandia is one of the most fascinating small hotels in South America -The Bellingham Washington Herald
Tinalandia rests on the Western slope of the Ecuadorian Andes at the souther end of the "Choco Bioregion" which stretches from Columbia to Ecuador. The late ornithologist Ted Parker and botanist Al Gentry proclaimed this area to be the most bio-diverse region in the world, and the ideal location of Tinalandia at 2000 feet takes advantage of most of what this region has to offer.
Tinalandia is perhaps best known for its exceptional birdwatching opportunities. Over 350 species, have been recorded by some of the world´s most renowned birding experts.
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