This attraction has cost the Ecuadorians a packet. Climb up the side of the Pichincha volcano to the top of the cross Loma and from there to the summit of Pichincha Rucu, although for the latter route it is good to have spent several
Fepp, a popular Ecuadorian group that encourages progress, is an important organization with an annual budget of just $ 15 million! You'll see a lot of FEPP projects in many areas. I'm going to Lago Agrio in the Amazon, to see the
If you want to buy good Andean instruments and not those sold in the markets, you should visit this shop that was recommended to me by musicians. They are have variety of instruments here. It is located on the corner of Calle 18 de
An hour from the city of Quito is this special place on earth: LINE OF THE EQUATOR. The two parts to the world, the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. It has this name not because of the country the line crosses, but
While most people go to La Carolina park to jog, skate or rollerblade, you can also go for a ride in a rowboat on the artificial lake. It's a nice place to row around the water surrounded by trees and reeds and feed the ducks.
I'm a big fan of museums in general but natural science museums are always my favorite. This on in particular is very nice, but I'd recommend visiting as part of a guided tour, as information is scare and a self-guided visit can by
Look how the Equadorians like enormous images in their big cities. Each city has theirs and the capital is no exception. The fact is that it is impressive and gives amazing views of the city. If you are lucky you can see the
La Alameda is the oldest park in Quito, formerly known by the Indians as "chuquihuada "(in Quechua, "spearhead"). It's located in San Blas in the center of the city and covers an area of 6 hectares. It's particularly beautiful at