A TRAVELLER BABY JESUS

By: Andrés León Photos - courtesy of Fundación Municipal Turismo para Cuenca André Breton, the French poet, once said that Latin Americans don´t need to invent surrealism because we live within it every day. ...

COME TO ECUADOR

CHRONICLES OF A TRAVELER By: Steve León My wife and kids are so humbled to have had the opportunity to spend two weeks in the Pachamama. Come and explore the cities, the land, the amazing food, and the be...

THE FRENCH PATH IN CUENCA

By: Fundación Municipal Turismo para Cuenca To witness the encounter between the city of Cuenca and France implies a walk down the path of time, collecting stories and anecdotes and reviving beautiful memori...

LAS RUINAS DE INGAPIRCA

BETWEEN THE SUN AND THE MOON By: Belén Guerrero Perhaps the most attractive feature of a trip to the ruins of Ingapirca is that you find in one place remnants of two distinct cultures. Ecuador´s top arche...

MONTAÑITA

MONTAÑITA´S MAGIC By : Karla Morales Why go to Montañita (the little mountain)? That was the first question I asked Lucia, who I met on the road. She was hitchhiking, one thumb up, while I was driving my...

GALÁPAGOS

DISCOVERING A NEW WORLD By: María Gracia Banderas In the Pacific Ocean, 560 miles off the coast of Ecuador, divided by the equator, is a paradise whose landscapes and species are unique in the world: the Ga...

Salinas: Discovering La Lobería

I must begin this text by making a confession: for years I was convinced that Salinas held nothing to surprise me. Luckily, I was mistaken.  When you live in a very active city and choose the seaside as a desti...
Cuyabeno

Paradise is in CUYABENO

The Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve is located in Sucumbíos, one of the Amazon provinces privileged by its flora, fauna and landscapes. The Cuyabeno, a labyrinth of tropical lakes accessed only by canoe, is considere...