Two things are guaranteed with a trip to Ecuador. The first is that the weather will be exactly what you expect with each of the four regions. The second is that you’ll discover aspects of our planet you never knew existed.
The Galapagos is the most famous region of Ecuador, as it’s the home to turtles, sea lions, and birds native only to this location. After you’ve uncovered nature’s secrets, dive deeper with scuba diving, snorkeling, and surfing.
The Pacific Coast offers over 2000 kilometers of warm water coastline. The surfing and bird watching here is unmatched and world-renowned.
Move further inland to the Andean Highlands and visit the country’s capital of Quito. The capital is the first city to be named an UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to over 2 million people.
Finally, end your journey in Ecuador’s Amazon Rainforest. Here, you’ll find even more of Ecuador’s unique plants and wildlife.