The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

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30 Datos curiosos que no sabías de Ecuador

  Si Ecuador esta en tu lista de paises por conocer, estás en el lugar correcto, sigue leyendo estos 30 datos divertidos que te harán querer subir al primer avión

30 Fun facts you didn’t know about Ecuador

If Ecuador is on your list of countries to visit, you are in the right place, keep reading these 30 fun facts that will make you want to get on

This is Ecuador: Nuestro futuro digital

Entérate de nuestro proyecto, nuestra página web, blog y presencia en redes sociales. Si te gusta lo que estamos haciendo, ¡únete a nuestra comunidad!

Especial de Aniversario: ¡This is Ecuador cumple 50 años!

¡This is Ecuador celebra sus 50 años! Hace unas semanas me senté con Gustavo Vallejo (el gran hombre detrás de la revista) y le pedí que me cuente la historia de la guía, que imprimió su primera edición en septiembre de 1968.

Anniversary Special: This is Ecuador turns 50 this September!

This is Ecuador turns 50 and as the editor and granddaughter of the great man behind This is Ecuador, this anniversary is immensely sentimental. A few weeks ago, I sat down with my grandfather and asked him to tell me the story of the guide, which printed its first edition in September, 1968.

Did you know: The breeding season of Galápagos Sea lions is underway!

Galápagos sea lions (endemic to the Galápagos) are non-migratory and can be spotted in the Islands yearlong, but their pupping and breeding season takes place from May through February! If you visit Galápagos this month it is likely that you’ll encounter them in their mating period.

Did you know: Migratory birds perform a “suicidal” ritual in Ozogoche!

The “cuvivíes”, rain or floating birds (Bartrania Longicauda), migrate to Ecuador during the months of August to October to offer an amazing bird-watching experience. Read more about this “sacred tribute”.

Ecuadorian Cacao among the world’s greatest

Fine aroma cacao has been tied to Ecuadorian history for millenniums. Recent scientific studies show evidence not only of its early presence, but of its cultivation and consumption by the inhabitants