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
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
In the year 2000, UNESCO declared the Sumaco Napo Galeras a “Biosphere Reserve.” Located In the Northern Amazon, the extensive territory of the reserve covers mountain ranges, tropical rainforests and
En el año 2000, la UNESCO declaró a Sumaco Napo Galeras como una “Reserva de la Biosfera”. Ubicado en el norte del Amazonía, el extenso territorio de la reserva cubre
Endemic to Venezuela, Brasil, Peru, Guyana, Ecuador and Colombia, pink dolphins are one of the few species of dolphins that live in freshwaters. Along the rivers of South America, specifically
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
Casabe, the “fresh bread” of indigenous communities, is a thin dough obtained from cassava. Yuca or Cassava is relatively easy to harvest in the humid areas of the Amazon region.
While there are famous touristic spots along Ecuador that are definite musts, there are other less popular, or hidden spots, that will undoubtedly make your trips around the country special.
Ecuador is the country of 4 worlds: each with diverse flavors, some grains grow on fertile grounds, while other gastronomies are based on skillful fishing techniques or meticulous preparation methods