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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

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Fishing in Ecuador

Fishing in Ecuador is an experience different than others because it offers a wide range of fishing sites, in various environments and fabulous settings. Enchanted Islands: Puerto Ayora – Galápagos

10 National Parks you must visit in Ecuador

Ecuador is a mega-diverse country, where it´s natural wonders are protected in more than 20 national parks and ecological reserves. Here are the 10 best National Parks you should visit

Riobamba: Discover El Altar

Text: The Municipal GAD of Riobamba. Riobamba is the heart of Ecuador, surrounded by majestic landscapes and Andean mountains. Its geographic location places the parish close to Sangay National Park,

Galápagos Penguins

Did you know that the Galápagos penguin is the only penguin species found north of the Equator? Galápagos penguins are a rare and endangered species, and they are very active

Cayambe Coca National Park

Cayambe Coca Ecological Reserve is mostly known for the massive volcano that gives the park its name, and it is no surprise why.  Cayambe, the snow capped giant standing at

Sebastian Almeida: Discover unexplored routes around Quito.

Sebastian Almeida, mountain guide and survival instructor, is also a writer, on his way to publishing his second book. Sebastian is a member of “Aventura Extrema” or “Extreme Adventure” tourism

Cristo Pescador: Maritime procession

Santa Rosa de Salinas, located in the province of Santa Elena, celebrates a procession known as “Cristo Pescador” which translates to Christ the Fisherman. This religious tradition has been practiced

10 spots for camping this summer

Camping is the perfect way to enjoy Ecuador’s most pristine nature to the fullest. There are plenty of spots for adventurous nature lovers! These are the top 10 spots we

Giant Manta Rays

Giant mantas are fabulous creatures… and from July to early October, these migrating species make their journey to Ecuadorian waters. Giant manta rays visit the Ecuadorian coastline to feed on plankton that accumulates near the shores during this time, after being dragged by the Humboldt current and deposited in the north of Peru and the south of Ecuador.    There are two species of mantas that you can spot; the Reef Manta Ray (Manta Alfredi), the Giant Mantas (Manta Birostris) are exceptional: they are