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 republican life, architecture, art, tradition, landscapes, and diversity of peoples, and thus create the so-called routes of peace.
Ecuador 200/90 is in homage to the Bicentennial of Independence (200 years) and 90 for the 90 days that a tourist can stay in Ecuador as a tourist.
World Peace Routes are based on slow tourism, which promotes that travelers take their time to enjoy the destination, and have experiences and close experiences with the local community to promote the balance of the planet. World Peace Routes encourage slowing down and enjoying the pleasure of traveling without haste.
The project is sponsored by SKAL INTERNATIONAL; Vatel Hotel & Tourism Business School; AEHL (Anciens Ecole hoteliere de Lausanne); Edutec (Technology-based education); and Sustainable Development (Practical tourism and environmental management). Additionally, it has a certification of Swiss origin and registration, endorsed by GBS Advisors, and works to become an international platform for promotion, travel, and certification of slow tourism in the world. Proposing conscious, sustainable, sustainable, and intelligent tourism; creating tourism with purpose.