Solo travel in Ecuador offers a freedom that is seldom found when in the company of companions. Keep reading for a few tips about solo travel in Ecuador.
When researching and planning for a trip to Ecuador, there is a vast amount of information online that is often confusing for those who haven’t travelled here. Online forums and travel websites do their best to present the country in the best light, but sifting through the information can be daunting. Keep reading for three myths about traveling to the country that can keep you from booking an Ecuador tour.
The Galapagos Islands are a special place to visit during the fall months between September and the early days of winter. It is the calm before the storm of the high season, a refreshing break from groups of travellers around every bend.
One Galapagos land-based tour option is to stay at the Galapagos Safari Camp, started by an adventurous couple who wanted people to see the archipelago from a genuine perspective- diving into the wildlife and exotic landscapes of the nearby uninhabited islands. Keep reading for a few of the places that you can visit while in the archipelago.
One fun activity that travellers who visit the Galapagos can do is swim or snorkel with penguins. The Galapagos penguin is one of the smallest in the world, and the only of its species found north of the equator.
Keep Reading for some fun facts about penguins in the Galapagos, and some of the places where you can find them while in the islands.