Ecuador is one of the most megadiverse countries in the world thanks to over 1600 species of birds and an incredible variety of mammals, plants and wildlife as well as a proud cultural diversity.
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Local Tip Not to miss is Nariz del Diablo, a zig zag part of the railroad where the train has to go backwards on a very narrow way along a cliff edge. Not for the faint-hearted!
Local Tip Try the delicious and rich soups that warm your body and soul, typical of the Andean highlands.
One of the best travelling experiences in Ecuador nowadays is to visit one or more of the beautiful Haciendas which have been converted into luxury...more »
As many may recall, in 2013 Ecuador won two of the famous “World Travel Awards”, known as the “oscars” of tourism. The first one, as a country, as the “World’s Leading Green...more »
Cuenca, Ecuador’s third largest city and situated in the Southern Andean region of the country, is going through a unique process of...more »
Saruymanda (which means "from the footprint" in kichwa) is a Nationalist Dance Group whose show represents the traditions, customs, feelings and experiences of Ecuadorian people. Enjoy their beautiful dance show every Friday of the year. The traditions of Ecuador in a magical show of color and music under the direction of Darwin... more »
A fire show inspired on the Legend of Cantuña. A multidiscipline large format show that brings to life the pagan celebration and spirit in a universal language. It recreates the archetypical characters inspired on the genies and fauns of Greek theatre, Dante Alighieri's Inferno and the Mediterranean festive traditions. The Devils of Els... more »
The first outing of Ruta Cero's Rock to Ice Mountain Program is to the Fuya Fuya, a pretty and easy mountain, perfect for beginners to take the first step towards the Cotopaxi and the Chimborazo in December. Main attractions: Fuya Fuya mountain - Mojanda Lake - Panoramic view of the Mojanda area with its elevations and lakes - Typical... more »
The father's death, one of the tests life lays upon each one of us. But, what happens when death is not enough to give closure, when one is chased by ghosts that insist on not coming to terms with those that are alive? To be or not to be, that is the question. To be what, who and how. "Hamlet, from the Andes", by "Teatro de los Andes"... more »
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