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2023 the year of new beginnings

After 2 years we are trying to get back on our feet, tourism one of the sectors most affected by the pandemic has had to...

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Ecuador Travel 2022

Ecuador Travel 2022 Fair, organized by the Ministry of Tourism, was held from November 25 to 27, 2022 at the Metropolitan Convention Center in Quito,...

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Save our sharks

Save Our Sharks is a project, to raise awareness about the threats facing sharks around the world today. Sharks face many serious threats. A frightening example...

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Chinese fishing fleets plunder Ecuador’s sea

The Galapagos Islands are located approximately 600 nautical miles off the coast of Ecuador. This privileged place where multiple ocean currents converge from different directions and...

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WORLD PEACE ROUTES (SLOW TOURISM)

To celebrate the Bicentennial of Independence, a 90-day trip has been made through the four regions of Ecuador to find the best destinations that contain...

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INTI RAYMI (Festival of the sun)

Inti Raymi (Festival of the sun) is an Andean ceremony in honor of Inti (Sun God), is celebrated by many indigenous communities, and is held...

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Quito, Capital of Tourism

Quito is the second-highest capital city in the world after La Paz, Bolivia, and is surrounded by 15 volcanoes, which make its landscapes magical and...

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TIPS TO VISIT GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Galapagos Islands can visit all year, each period gives you attractions. Summer: since November to May, heavy rains be short-lived. The sea is hot, and...

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