Cahuasqui - One of Ecuador's best kept secrets
Roughly four hours north of Quito, in the depths of the Andes mountains, is this little nugget located, Cahuasqui. An area that is rarely visited by outsiders, an isolated gem, that we would like to keep like that, and therefore only call it what describes it best: Island in the sky.
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The Ecuadorian Jungle
Even though Ecuador is one of South America’s smallest countries, its portion of the Amazon rainforest is anything but insignificant, making Ecuador one of the best destinations to visit the Amazon.
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Canaima - Land of Tepuis - Venezuela
Located in the state of Bolívar, in the southeast of my home country (Venezuela), the Canaima National Park is simply immense. Covering an area of 30,000 square kilometres, The Canaima National Park is about the same size as Belgium! Crazy enough, Canaima is only the second-largest national park in Venezuela, after Parima-Tapirapecó, and the sixth...
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Only rarely will you find absolute solitude in breathtaking scenery like this: The Andean moorlands, or Páramo, as it is called here, is an alpine tundra ecosystem above the continuous timberline, yet below the permanent snowline. A perfect landscape for vicuñas. Located roughly between 2800m and 4700m, this wild and untamed stretch of land is,...
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The active Reventador
There are more than 70 volcanoes in around 300 km that make up the Avenue of the Volcanoes of Ecuador. The German geographer, naturalist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt is the one responsible for this name.
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Penguins north of the Equator
Since there are hundreds of thousands of islands around the globe, the Galapagos archipelago is one of the most well-known, its name has a special sound to it and the islands are many travellers’ bucket list item number 1! But why are they so special?
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Cotopaxi active ashes
Ecuador has, despite being a relatively small country wedged between Colombia and Peru, a total of 48 volcanoes. 15 on the Galapagos Islands and the rest on the mainland.
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