Conoce el bosque de bambú en Quevedo, provincia de Los Ríos. http://t.co/2Q577gSF3v
Limoncocha lagoon is the kingdom of this animal of almost seven meters of length. From little canoes the people stands in silence to photograph it.
San Rafael waterfall is a swarm of energy, a source of play and some say it is the source of eternal youth.
Discovering this Ecuadorian paradise will make the visitors comfort with the simpleness of nature. At the same time, the warm weather and the whale company will make your trip pleasant.
With the rhythm of the river sounds you can assist to rituals in which the visitors are painted with harmless vegetable pigments.
Located in the park La Carolina, in the Botanic Garden you can not only walk in a kingdom of plants but also discover the flora existing in our country.
It emulates the journey of the Ice Merchants of Cayambe, who since pre-Columbian times climbed to the glaciers to get ice pieces.
64 km to the east of Quito we can find Papallacta, a moorland with a beautiful cloud rainforest. Thermal waters spring out in this area.
In this village you can find a wide variety of the traditional sweets of this region: alfajores, encocados and much more.
With the Cucuruchos arrival, the Holy Week penitents, it also arrives the exquisite fanesca, a typical dish made from a variety of grains.
El Ejido Park, located in the center of the ecuadorian capital, is one of the most traditional parks of Quito and counts with a library that seeks to promote reading in kids, adolescents and adults.
Visiting the marvelous islands and enjoying the rich gastronomy is an experience that everyone must have at least one in a lifetime.
25 km from Quito, near the monument, it crosses the famous equatorial line where you can put one foot in each hemisphere.
Located in the middle of the world, 2.800 meters above the sea level, with more than 2.500.000 inhabitants, is the second city in size in Ecuador.