Ecuador is located in northwestern South America. The country gets its name from the Equator, the imaginary line that crosses through the country splitting the southern and northern hemisphere. Ecuador
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To make your way into the heart of the Earth, hours deep in the rainforest, you first have to spend a night in Lago Agrio. At least that’s how we
Plan out your March in Quito with our calendar, an agenda with the best things to do, including picks from theater, art and music concerts.
Plan out your March in Guayaquil with our calendar, an agenda with the best things to do, including picks from theater, art and music concerts.
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If you’ve decided to visit Latacunga, be prepared to live 5 unforgettable experiences. Nothing you’ve been told before makes justice to the surprises that await in this most welcoming city. The activities that your friends enjoyed, the stories they told, the pictures they showed you, the memories they took with them and shared with you… they will all fall short to the experience. Because Latacunga’s natural and cultural diversity is indescribable and can only remain intact in the memory of the visitor.