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Robinski: Between volcanoes and stars

In this exclusive interview, we present Roberto Valdez, also known as Robinski, who at 27 years old is a professional photographer and the only Sony ambassador in Ecuador. His stunning

Top 15 attractions that you can’t miss while visiting Guayaquil

Self Guided City Map: Did you know that Guayaquil is the main port of Ecuador? This commercial city is very active; buzzing with excitement and plenty of things to do!

El Mejor Top 10 de la Amazonía Ecuatoriana

¿Deseas conocer la Amazonía ecuatoriana y no sabes bien a donde ir? En este Top 10 te revelaremos los mejores rincones para conocer la Amazonía. ¡ No permitas que los

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

Llanganates National Park

Established in 1996, Llanganates National Park is known for its abundant cloud forests, vast paramos, and mystical lagoons. Located in the provinces of Cotopaxi, Napo, Pastaza and Tungurahua, the park

Latacunga: Explore natural wonders surrounding the city

  Latacunga, located on the skirts of the imposing Cotopaxi volcano, is at the heart of the country- 90 km south of the capital, Quito. Its privileged location makes it

Discover Sangay National Park

This 27,0000 hectare national park not only contains two active volcanoes, it is also home to diverse ecosystems such as the glacial and volcanic, the cloud forest, the paramos, the

Descubre “La Avenida de los Volcanes”

Existe una ruta que recorre 200 km por la cordillera de Los Andes. Humboldt fue quien la llamó “La Avenida de los Volcanes” en 1802 cuando coronó el Chimborazo. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Discover “The Avenue of the Volcanoes”

Running for 200 km a route travels through the mountain chains of the Andes. Famous naturalist Humboldt was the one to name it “The Avenue of Volcanoes” in 1802, when