Travel Guide Ecuador
Our Travel Guide Ecuador will give you a lot of Travel Tips to have the best Travel of your life in Ecuador, but also special tips for our Volunteers to get to Ecuador prepared and also tips to have the best time Studying Abroad in Ecuador. Sitting on the equator between Colombia and Peru, Ecuador is the smallest Andean nation but it’s packed with the most startling contrasts of scenery. With its huge biodiversity, impressive historical legacy, stunning colonial architecture, bustling highland markets and diverse mix of people, it’s easy to see why this friendly and exotic destination is regarded as a microcosm of South America.
Travel Guide Ecuador
Make Change Being Volunteer Ecuador when Travelling because as I wrote on my last posts 10 Best Travel Tips Ecuador, and Top Things to Do in Ecuador if you want to travel on a Shoestring budget and make a change in your little World, Volunteering can be a good Opportunity for you and especially being Volunteer in Ecuador, South America.read more
As I wrote on my last Post 10 Best Travel Tips Ecuador, I will give you the Top Things to Do in Ecuador if you have a month or only a week, it doesn’t matter, you absolutely need to check those Top Things to Do in Ecuador. The first time you heard about Ecuador you thought;
– What is it ? I heard about the Equator line, but it’s also a country !
– Where is it ?
We will give you some of the 10 Best Travel Tips Ecuador to have an incredible experience travelling to Ecuador. Because when you arrive to a country, you can never know the best things without to be with local people and reading travel books can be okay in a certain point, but the best advices come from local residents to have the best…read more
From the icy pinnacles of Chimborazo, to the tropical forests of vast reserves like Cuyabeno Reserve, to the palm-fringed beaches of the Pacific coast, Ecuador hums with life – all within easy reach of Quito, its jewel of a capital. Ecuador has much to get excited about. Check our Travel Guide Ecuador. The equator runs right through Ecuador, which means the night sky brings out the stars in both hemispheres. The mainland has three distinct regions: the Andes mountains that run north to south, the Pacific coast, and the Amazon basin in the east. You can indulge in adventures like trekking, horseback riding, biking, and white-water rafting to scaling mountains and volcanoes.