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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

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Celebrating Inti Raymi in Ingapirca

Located in Cañar, Ingapirca Inca architectural complex is the most important pre-columbian site in Ecuador! Ingapirca means “wall of the Inca” and on-site, you can find the remains of what

Corpus Christi in Cuenca

Corpus Christi is undoubtedly one of the most important and ancient religious events celebrated in the city of Cuenca! Every year, precisely after the festivity of the Holy Trinity or

Nuestros dulces favoritos de Corpus Christi

A pesar de los ingredientes básicos que se usan en los dulces de Corpus Christi , cada uno de ellos tiene una preparación diferente y un sabor peculiar. Estos son

Cuenca’s Surroundings

Beyond Cuenca and its cultural and architectonic charms, there are many places to visit nearby. Wonderful nature as well as small towns and parishes that seem stuck in time, reminding

Fiestas de Cuenca: ¡Descubre qué hacer este feriado!

Este 3 de noviembre la ciudad de Cuenca celebra su independencia. Las plazas, los barrios y los parques se llenan de eventos para celebrar. 

Discover Cajas National Park

Located in the province of Azuay, this National Park awaits only 21 miles away from the city of Cuenca. Here, altitude ranges from 9.480 to 11.480 feet.

Sig sig’s Women Weavers

Sig sig is a canton in Azuay, west of Cuenca, where the main activities are agriculture and artisanship. From generation to generation, the women weavers of Sigsig have learned the delicate craftsmanship of weaving straw hats. They are commonly known as “Panama Hats” but they are originally made in Ecuador.

Cuenca: Explore a cultural treasure in the Andes

Cuenca is the capital of Azuay province and the third largest city in Ecuador. Located in a peaceful and relaxed setting, the city of Cuenca has a distinguished skyline marked by shining church domes. Praised for its architecture, cultural diversity and contribution to art, Ecuadorians consider it the most charming city!

Southern Andes: The land of ancestral trails and unexplored ecological reserves

As you head down the Panamericana road, you will find lower elevations and warmer drier climates. The Southern Andes region has a lonely, faraway feel to it, reinforced by its sparse population, scarcity of large towns and long stretches of wild.