When you think of hiking in Ecuador, you most probably imagine typical Andean backdrops of highland landscapes and snow-capped volcanoes.
But Ecuador offers a distinct and alternative hiking experience that often gets overlooked.
International flights to Ecuador are currently operating as normal although schedules are still limited.
On arrival in Ecuador, international travelers must sign a declaration form provided by the authorities which will request details of their travel itinerary and local contact information.
Our latest blog highlights 5 great books which we think should be included on any "Recommended Reading" list for Ecuador travelers. Have a look to see what you think. Have you read them? What would you add to the list?
In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, a “Corridor for Safe Tourism to Galapagos” has been put in place by the Ecuadorian Authorities. This corridor came into effect on 1st August 2020 and commercial flights to the Galapagos Islands resumed on 3rd August 2020.
One of the big positives that has come out of the current coronavirus crisis has to be having more time to stop and appreciate nature. During lockdown Emma has discovered things going on in her back garden that she previously had no idea about. Our latest blog has some great tips to help you bird-watch in your backyard.
The Original Ecuador team spent a fun time with Chef Edwin learning about Ecuadorian cuisine, shopping for fresh produce at a local market in Quito and preparing some typical dishes before sitting down to a delicious lunch. Emma shares with us her thoughts on the day.