Ecuador, one of the most diverse countries in the world per square mile has four regions and each one of them provides a unique experience, since they are all interconnected and it is easy to go from one to the other. Besides being recognized by the World Travel Awards, as the Leader Green Destination, Read More

24-Hour Helpline Established for Tourists Affected by the Earthquake Ecuador´s Ministry of Tourism reports that the tourism infrastructure, services and attractions in the Amazon, Andes, Galapagos and parts of the Coast are in excellent condition with airports, hotels, restaurants, tour operators, ground transportation, parks and nature reserves fully operational and welcoming visitors. All airports, Read More

Sunday April 17, 2016 – Ecuador suffered a 7.8 earthquake on the evening of Saturday April 16, 2016 with an epicenter near the coastal town of Pedernales in the state of Manabí. The coastal provinces of Manabi and Esmeraldas, closest to the epicenter, were most affected by the quake. The Ministry of Tourism can, Read More

Quito, over the last few years, has become a tourism magnet that continues to attract ever more visitors while earning important international awards. One of the distinctions achieved by the city in 2015 was won at the World Travel Awards, widely regarded as the “Oscars of tourism.” This awards program recognized Quito as the, Read More

Toronto, August 2015 – With more travellers expected to head abroad on vacation this fall and winter season, those seeking the ultimate “bucket list” overseas destination need look no further than Quito.  Perched in “the Middle of the World,” straddling the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, the exciting, sky-high capital of Ecuador offers some of the world’s, Read More

TripAdvisor’s consumer base of more than 2 million monthly users have rated the city of Quito a “Top Choice” city; Quito comes in at number 11 in the top 25 cities in South America. Less than one percent of the cities listed on the website are given the distinction. Visitors from around the world, Read More

New York, March 17: Semana Santa, or Holy Week leading to Easter, is one of the most unique times to be in Quito. The elaborate religious processions are the most distinguished and memorable religious events in Latin America. Taking place from March 19 to April 5, Quito’s Holy Week offers the opportunity to experience traditional, Read More

On the heels of an unprecedented year with a total inflow of 700,000 tourists, Ecuadors travel industry is hoping to grab an 8 to 10 percent growth this time around, Ecuadorian tourism minister Gladys Eljuri said as she made a cautiously upbeat recount of her nations attendance of the latest International Tourism Marketplace (ITB), Read More

Journey by sea kayak deep into the heart of the Amazon jungle on an active excursion, with an emphasis on wildlife and ecology with Adventure Life Journeys. The outfitter’s Amazon Adventurer Eight-Day tour explores the Huaorani territory in the vast Amazon basin.

Metropolitan Touring, Ecuador’s largest tour operator, has introduced one-day adventure excursions by rail from Quito, the capital, along the Avenue of the Volcanoes to Cotopaxi National Park, an ecological sanctuary. The full-day tour combines riding on the roof of an autoferro, a one-coach train, with spectacular views of the Andes Mountains; massive snow-capped Cotopaxi,, Read More