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Are you interested in traveling to Ecuador? Book with us and we’ll arrange your FREE COVID-19 Viral Test for return travel to the U.S.!   Visiting…

The reason why people can't travel directly to the Galapagos Islands is mainly for conservation purposes. Galapagos' fragile environment is protected through luggage screening processes, plane…

Galapagos Giant Tortoise

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most secure places in the world in terms of personal safety and health. To preserve the archipelago, the islands were…

Day of the dead viudas tradition in Ecuador.

Unless you’re an Ecuadorian, there’s nothing more bizarre than having traffic pile up due to the presence of men dressed as women, otherwise known as the…

The view of a waterfall in Mindo, Ecuador.

Located very close to Ecuador’s capital, Mindo is a haven for birdwatchers, adventure-seekers and nature-lovers. This beautiful town located at the bottom of the lush Mindo…

Cuicocha in Ecuador.

Ecuador’s rich and varied landscape marvels everyone who has the opportunity to admire it. Running longitudinally from north to south like a geographical spine, the Andes…

Veranillo in Quito, Ecuador.

A brief respite from the rainiest of months is almost always welcome, but in Ecuador it’s practically always expected. The Veranillo in Ecuador refers to a…

La Blabanera Church in the southern highlands of Ecuador.

The Ecuadorian highlands are home to many natural and cultural beauties. Travelling down the “Avenue of the Volcanoes” amazes visitors with its grand variety of amazing…

The Metropolitan Cathedral at the Independence Plaza in Quito's old town.

First things first: the Spanish influence on Fiestas de Quito is a direct one by being the ones who instigated it back in 1534! That's right,…

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