Category Archives: Ecuador
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Traveling all the way to Ecuador requires a lot of preparation. If your purpose of travel is academic, then it becomes all the more essential. South American topography, climatic conditions, cultural variations, languages, and lifestyles are not as popularly understood as those of North America and Europe, as a result of which we might find settlement here more challenging than otherwise.
‘Land and seascapes’ approach gives Galapagos an edge in confronting coronavirus outbreak; Scott Henderson; Forest News
Island shows remarkable resilience, writes Conservation International’s Scott Henderson…
A Galapagos itinerary from Jordan Harvey, a member of Travel + Leisure’s A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world.
With as many activities available as islets to explore, the Galapagos Islands offer a trip you won’t forget anytime soon. Renowned diving sites, brilliant hiking, utterly unique flora and fauna and scenic bays offer just a few reasons for you to spend a week or two chartering through the islands, with onshore fine dining offering you the opportunity to mingle with locals and other adventurous souls – the Galapagos really has it all.
Our Ecuador Conference Is Back By Popular Demand In 2020; Alessandra Sandoya; Live and Invest Overseas
Our Ecuador Conference returns in 2020. Find out why Ecuador is becoming one of the most popular expat countries in the Americas.
The Galapagos Islands are the home to incredible wildlife, tropical beaches, green highlands, and tons of attractions. It does not come as a surprise that these UNESCO World Heritage Site destinations have continued to welcome innumerable tourists, scientists, birdwatchers and wildlife lovers every day of the year.
Planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands? Read on to find out when to visit, where to stay, what to do, and much more to ace your vacation.
Ecuador’s capital blends its colonialist history with modern flourishes.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ecuadorian capital offers rich history and a budding food scene, pretty parks and plazas, and a mother lode of history and culture.
Church Hopping, Volcano Hikes, and Equatorial Experiments: The 4-Day Weekend in Quito; Paul Jebara; Men’s Journal
From neo-gothic architecture to aristinal ice cream, there are tons of reasons to take a four-day Quito vacation in Ecuador.
It’s no wonder then that over 5,000 expats call Cuenca home. And while many of them are happy to fully embrace their overseas retirement, plenty more are taking the opportunity to explore their entrepreneurial side.
The Galápagos Islands promote sustainable tourism by sourcing local guides, managing species’ populations, and limiting tourists.
Welcome tourists! In this edition, Tom Sawyer will talk about the capital of the South American country that is the main exporter of bananas in the world, besides being one of the smallest countries in the American continent. Tom Sawyer is talking about San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. Its formal foundation dates to 1534 and it has a population of 2.7 million people while its metropolitan area exceeds 3 million people.
College towns around the world for an inexpensive retirement. These seven college towns like Bologna Italy, Cuenca Ecuador and more are where dollars go far…