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
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
14 km north of Zumbahua, within the Ilinizas Ecological Reserve, Quilotoa is the westernmost volcano in the Andes. But perhaps the most impressive thing about this 12,840 ft dormant volcano,
One of the best horseback riding trails in Ecuador is “El Piñán” found in the Imbabura Province, north of Otavalo and close to Urcuquí. Thanks to its isolated location, the
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 city of Latacunga. Due to its location, it is one of the most visited parks. Most Ecuadorians come here to touch snow for the first time!
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 he climbed Chimborazo. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀