The Amazon contains nearly 20% of the global freshwater resources. Ecuadorposesses just 7%, but this represents 51% of its total territory. Due to the growing and constant threat of this complex and vulnerable ecosystem by the extraction of oil, national and foreign groups have developed several projects for its conservation. They promote eco-tourism and community tourism in an attempt to spread information aubout both this natural wonder as its problems. For example Limoncocha Biological Reserve which offers the greatest variety of mammals, the Reserve of Wildlife Production from Cuyabeno which contains some of the largest and most visited lagoons in the area: Laguna Grande, Lagartococha and Zancudocoha as well as the Yasuni National Park, of which 60% of its territory has been concessioned to oil companies which extract acrude extremely heavy. Refining of this crude is causing an even greater impact in the environment. Already from the village of Misahualli in Napo, you can start experiencing and getting a part of this very nature to help prevent the gradual loss of this purity which takes place every day.