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Yunguilla to Maquipucuna: trekking through biodiverse valleys and ancestral trails

Yunguilla and Maquipucuna, belonging to the Metropolitan District of Quito, are located within the Andean Choco Region – which was recently proclaimed a World’s Biosphere Reserve! Besides its natural wonders,

Ecuador: Welcome to Birdwatcher’s Paradise!

No other country in the world has as many bird species in such a small land area. With a list of over 1640 species, Ecuador ranks fourth in the world

Quito in the summer: Hop on the TeleferiQo and touch the sky!

Quito’s weather is very unpredictable, but in summer, especially during July, you can enjoy spectacular days and clear blue skies. Admire the city and its surrounding volcanoes! It is the

Great places to visit in northern Quito

Go to the Teleferiqo and watch Quito City from 13,287 ft, visit amazing museums and galleries and take a walk through la mariscal.The following sites are not within walking distance

Ecuador’s Cloud Forest

The slopes of the Andes are dressed with a wonderfully intricate ecosystem: The cloud forest. This ecosystem, also called “Andean brow” due to its generous vegetation, is one of the

Ecuador’s Geography: 1 country, 4 worlds

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

Discover Cotopaxi National Park

Cotopaxi National Park is geographically spread through the Provinces of Pichincha, Cotopaxi and Napo. This ecological reserve is only 37 miles away from Quito, and 18 miles away from the

Discover Los Ilinizas Ecological Reserve

55 km from Quito you can visit the reserve that is named after the famous Ilinizas volcanoes!

The route of the textiles by bike

We met with our bikes in Caranqui Park, south of Ibarra, on route to Zuleta. We were 12 riders among experts and amateurs like me, and with our departure, we