Adventure in Ecuador appears in all shapes and sizes. Epic landscapes, cultural traditions, and four vastly different regions take you away from the ordinary and deep into a country that is on the move. The small Andean nation takes you off guard and shines a new light on a people who are fiercely independent. Keep reading for six things I have learned from traveling in Ecuador.
Quito’s size and the number of people that live here hide a vast culture that simmers below the surface-one that has been shaped by the Spanish, the Inca, and people from all over the country. It’s a mecca that seems a bit rough around the edges, but has a lot to offer for those who are looking for a genuine glimpse of the nation’s capital. Keep reading for four things to try in Quito that set aside the hustle and bustle of the city and show its astounding depth.
Traveling to the Galapagos Islands is a year-round dream trip for nature lovers, divers, and those seeking the tropical sun . Making the trip might appear complicated at the onset of planning, but once the tickets are bought and the bags are packed, it is a lot easier than it appears to enjoy all that the islands have to offer. Keep reading for a practical guide that explains the steps to take to have a worry-free trip.
Ecuador’s sway over travellers is legendary as first impressions lead to startling discoveries. The culture here warmly welcomes international visitors and the Ecuadorian people are more than happy to show you their country.
Falling in Love with Ecuador is easy. Keep reading for where to go to discover the adventure, spirit, and beauty of Ecuador.
Ecuadorians have a thing about New Years-it’s a big deal! Set apart from the celebrations in Times Square and in the bars, pubs, and restaurants around the world- the traditions of ushering in the New Year in the small Andean country take the celebration to the streets. Continue reading