Ecuador

ECUADOR

Ecuador’s slogan "everything in one place" summarizes its character and tourist offer. A rich country in history and beauty.

  • Quito

    is the capital, the second most populated city and one of the most beautiful of Ecuador. Its blue sky, its resplendent sun, its churches and architecture transport the traveler to ancient times.



    The historical center of Quito was declared a Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1978. The Cathedral, the San Francis church, the Basilic of Voto Nacional and the Panecillo hill, crowned by a giant sculpture of the Virgin of Quito, made of aluminum are some of its main attractions. Additionally, Quito delights travelers with its gastronomic offer and a tireless nightlife.

  • Guayaquil

    is the most populated city in Ecuador, perhaps because of its coastal location and its tropical weather.

    Guayaquil is a city to enjoy its boulevard, spas, its plazas and shopping centers, its museums, its landscapes and gastronomy.

    Among others, its main attractions are: Las Peñas, Fortín and La Planchada neighborhoods, its houses and churches such as La Merced, San Jacinto del Morro, Nuestra Señora de los Angeles.

    Guayaquil is also the traditional gateway to the Galapagos Islands from where there is an interesting variety of air connections.

  • The Galapagos Islands

    are an archipelago formed by 13 major islands, 06 minor islands and 42 islets. The islands were formed 4 to 5 million years ago and represent now one of the most active volcanic bodies in the world. Its geographical location and the climatic conditions of the area, are the perfect habitat for amazing species: birds, reptiles, marine fauna, etc.



    They maintain a delicate balance so that the management of the islands and the access of visitors is very well regulated. An ideal destination for nature lovers and families, even those with small children.

  • Probably one of the most beautiful cities in Ecuador is Cuenca, Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 1999, due to the beauty of its colonial architecture where houses and churches stand out, and its archaeological remains (Pumapungo and Todos Santos).

    Easily accessible by air and land Cuenca awaits the traveler with the warmth of its inhabitants famous for their handicrafts, like the toquilla straw hats, also known as the "Panama Huts".