Ecuador

Ecuador

Ecuador

Ecuador

In Ecuador, the Andes Mountains separate Pacific beaches and Amazonian rainforest, so to call the scenery sublime is an understatement. There’s more than enough natural beauty to soak up on the mainland, but a jaunt to the Galápagos Islands is worth an entire trip on its own. Quito’s cobblestoned center, the first-ever UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a dizzying mix of pre-Colombian and colonial treasures.

In Ecuador, the Andes Mountains separate Pacific beaches and Amazonian rainforest, so to call the scenery sublime is an understatement. There’s more than enough natural beauty to soak up on the mainland, but a jaunt to the Galápagos Islands is worth an entire trip on its own. Quito’s cobblestoned center, the first-ever UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a dizzying mix of pre-Colombian and colonial treasures.

In Ecuador, the Andes Mountains separate Pacific beaches and Amazonian rainforest, so to call the scenery sublime is an understatement. There’s more than enough natural beauty to soak up on the mainland, but a jaunt to the Galápagos Islands is worth an entire trip on its own. Quito’s cobblestoned center, the first-ever UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a dizzying mix of pre-Colombian and colonial treasures.

In Ecuador, the Andes Mountains separate Pacific beaches and Amazonian rainforest, so to call the scenery sublime is an understatement. There’s more than enough natural beauty to soak up on the mainland, but a jaunt to the Galápagos Islands is worth an entire trip on its own. Quito’s cobblestoned center, the first-ever UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a dizzying mix of pre-Colombian and colonial treasures.

BEST MONTHS

Year-round

DAILY PRICE

From $600 per person

From $600 per person

IDEAL TRIP

10 Days

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