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The Most Complete Guide of Ecuador

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Riobamba: Discover El Altar

Text: The Municipal GAD of Riobamba. Riobamba is the heart of Ecuador, surrounded by majestic landscapes and Andean mountains. Its geographic location places the parish close to Sangay National Park,

Canoa: A Paragliding Destination

If you want to experience flying for the first time, or even if you’ve done it on quite a few occasions, we’ve got a plan for you! Canoa beach, in

Humpback Whales: Dancers of the sea

The Ecuadorian coasts get festive during whale watching season. Every year between June and October, hundreds of humpback whales migrate from the Arctic to the tropical waters of Ecuador and

Mindo: que ver y hacer.

¡Mindo es el paraíso para los observadores de aves, buscadores de aventuras y exploradores! A tan solo 2 horas de Quito, el bosque nuboso te espera. Cascadas, vegetación exuberante, senderos

Community Tourism in Riobamba

Riobamba has 11 rural parishes, each with different natural and cultural tourist attractions. San Juan, Calpi and Cacha are the most visited parishes, they have both Communal Tourism Centers and

El Ecuador Turístico del Futuro

PALABRAS DE GUSTAVO VALLEJO: 50 AÑOS THIS IS ECUADOR

Este 4 de octubre, This is Ecuador celebró sus 50 años en Casa Gangotena. Estas son las palabras de Gustavo Vallejo, creador de la revista, quien se imagina el Ecuador Turístico del futuro.

Machalilla National Park: culture and adventure along the coast

Located in the province of Manabí, its name comes from the Machalilla pre-hispanic culture. Machalilla was declared a National Park in 1979, becoming one of the first protected areas in Ecuador!

General Suggestions for a pleasant stay in Ecuador

While locals and authorities are clearly making significant efforts, and the tourist experience is significantly evolving, it’s necessary to take some precautions when you visit Ecuador. We suggest the following:

Guápulo Festivities

During the first days of September, for the last 150 years, we have celebrated Fiestas de Guápulo! The current president of Guápulo, Jaime Pardo, tells us what to expect for