a project developed by

SKUA Nature Group

The reserve is named after the Scarlet macaw (Ara macao cyanoptera), in Spanish “Guacamaya”. It is an endangered species and the reserve, “la estaciòn”, has been working on its conservancy project for years.

Los Andes Nature Reserve is located on the southern slopes of the Atitlán volcano in Guatemala, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.




The Guatemala's Caribbean Rainforest Biological Corridor- is one of the world richest and most bio-diverse ecosystems in the world, securing ecological connectivity between Belize and Honduras, along the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor.


As the flag of this country expresses, its two blue stripes represent the two oceans in the middle of which it is located in, the soul of this country is also given by their coexistence which, with completely different characteristics, colors and spirit, offer different photographic opportunities, that is why our tour includes two boat trips in each of them.

In all Guatemala there is no photographic structure or hide and this will be the great innovation introduced by SKUA Nature.

Considerinf the very high number of species present and the exceptional biodiversity of these places, having the opportunity to observe them but, above all, to immortalise them in all the safety and the comfort of a photographic hide, is something unique.

Located by the Pacific ocaen coast, this biological station efforts are dedicated to the conservation of the the Olive Ridely Sea Turtles.