If your guests are looking for an unforgettable trip that combines nature, culture, and history, Ecuador is the place to go. From the vibrant city of Quito, home to UNESCO World Heritage sites, to Cuenca, a colonial city with cobblestone streets, Ecuador has something for everyone.
Travellers will explore the wonders of the Andes and hike the highest active volcano in the world, Cotopaxi. They will immerse themselves in the culture and discover the most extensive Inca ruins in Ecuador. Visit the unique Galapagos Islands for an unforgettable wildlife experience.
No matter what your guests interests are, Ecuador has something to offer them. So, why not take the opportunity to invite them to explore and discover the richness of this beautiful country?
Explore Unesco and World Heritage sites
like Quito and Cuenca
Your guests will experience Ecuador like never before by exploring its two UNESCO World Heritage sites – Quito and Cuenca. Quito is the capital of Ecuador and is known for its vibrant culture and rich history. From visiting the 16th-century Old Town to visiting the iconic Basilica del Voto Nacional, there is no shortage of things to do in Quito.
Cuenca is a beautiful colonial city in the south of Ecuador and a popular tourist destination. They can explore its cobblestone streets and admire its colourful buildings, visit its many churches and take in its stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Both Quito and Cuenca offer a unique and unforgettable experience, and are a must-visit for those looking for a cultural getaway. With their cultural and historical heritage, these two sites are sure to make your trip to Ecuador an unforgettable one.
Hike in the highest active volcano
in the world, Cotopaxi
Your guests will experience the thrill of hiking in the highest active volcano in the world, Cotopaxi. Located in Ecuador, Cotopaxi stands at an impressive 19,347 feet and offers an unforgettable outdoor activity.
They can take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain ranges, as well as the stunning turquoise glacial lake, Limpiopungo, at the base of the volcano. The journey starts with a drive through lush green valleys and colourful villages, before reaching the National Park.
From there, they will begin their ascent, enjoying the fresh air and stunning scenery as they go. As your guests reach the summit, they will be rewarded with spectacular views of the surrounding volcanoes, rolling hills and snow-capped peaks. With a hike like this, they will be sure to have an unforgettable experience.
Explore the most extensive
Inca ruins in Ecuador
Travellers can take a journey to explore the most extensive Inca ruins in Ecuador. Located in the Andes Mountains, Ingapirca is the largest and best-preserved Inca ruin in the country. Situated in the Cañar Province, Ingapirca is a remarkable archaeological site that has been well-preserved over the centuries. Home to the largest Inca stone wall in Ecuador, the ruins boast a fascinating history that dates back to the fifteenth century.
They will experience a guided tour of the ruins and learn about the history and culture of the Inca Empire. Guests will explore the old stone walls, terraces, aqueducts and temples, and discover the secrets of the Incas. They will take a stroll around the ruins and admire the panoramic views of the mountains and valleys. Experiencing the spiritual atmosphere of this ancient site and exploring the archaeological remains of the Inca civilization.
Guests can soak up the beauty of Ecuador’s spectacular landscape, and explore the wonders of Ingapirca. This is a must-see for anyone looking for an incredible archaeological tour.