PLANNING YOUR VACATION IS PART OF THE FUN!
QUESTIONS ANSWERED BY LOCALS IN A LANGUAGE YOU CAN UNDERSTAND
Meet fellow travelers. Ask questions of our staff and make connections with potential travel partners, local guides, and tour operators before you even step off the plane.
Hiring a local guide is a great way to learn the dialect and immerse in local culture. As a former military family stationed at a US Embassy, we understand the unique concerns of this community.
Our forum includes spaces to practice Spanish or to help English learners perfect their American-style vocabulary. Learn about another culture while sharing your own!
Freelance guide can publish their contact information, dates of availability, search for clients, and, in the future, accept payment through our website. We invite all Ecuadorian guides to join our commnity.
While most of our articles are aimed at tourists coming into country, a lot of our material is applicable to expats, especially those still in the planning stages of moving.
Small tourism businesses have the opportunity to connect with clients and local guides, to publish their own events and tours. At this time, we invite all Ecuadorian businesses working in tourism to join our community.
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If you want to explore our blog, most of our content is about Ecuador but we are expanding to include other Andean Nations!
ARMCHAIR TRAVEL IS OFTEN THE FIRST STEP TO PLANNING A TRIP
With over three-years experience traveling Ecuador, we’ve shared content from all four geographic regions: the Sierra, the Coast, the Amazon Basin, and the Galapagos. Incredibly, we keep returning for more.
As Machu Picchu attracts thousands of new visitors every year, lesser-known destinations hold opportunity for exciting adventures and less-crowded vacationing. If you have visited Peru in the last few months and would like to add to our growing list of posts, let us know!
With only one week in La Paz and Isla del Sol, we barely scratched the surface of Bolivia. This small South American nation is ready and waiting for increased tourism from their neighbors in the north.
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