Visit our Avocado Museum and
Ethnobotanical Garden

Reservation is Necessary
  • Vermillion flycatcher
    Male of Vermillion flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus)
  • Crimson mantled woodpecker
    Crimson mantled woodpecker (Colaptes rivolii)
  • Sparkling violetear
    Sparkling violetear (Colibri coruscans)
  • Guayllabamba river canyon
    Guayllabamba river canyon at Hacienda Verde
  • Andean Dry Forest Ecuador
    Andean Dry Forest
  • Panda Bee hummingbird
    Panda Bee (Caupolicana sp.) an important pollinator in the Andean Dry Forest.

Enjoy a unique agro-ecotourism experience at Zero Latitude in one of the last remnants of Andean Dry Forest.

We aim to promote agrobiodiversity. We cultivate at least 90 edible plant species, most of them native, some endemic and endagered. Among them more than 40 avocado varieties, four species of passifloras, five of cucurbitas.

Day Tours

Agroforestry farming tour

We offer exclusive tours guided by the owners through the farm and the forest. Hikes are between 30 minutes and 2 hours. All tours can include a gastronomic experience with farm products.

Educational Visits

Visits Tours education equador agroforesty ecology

We offer thematic visits or day courses to groups aiming to learn about topics such as medicinal and edible plants, diversity and ecology of Andean Dry Forest, agroecology and agroforestry.

Avocado Museum

Avocado Museum Equador

Our Avocado Museum takes you through the origin and history of this super food.

Get in touch!

Please contact us if you have any questions about our services at Hacienda Verde.