I am 26 years old and studied hotel management and sustainable tourism.
I´ve been working in tourism for almost 4 years and have travel around Ecuador a lot!
I love being able to arrange people´s dream vacations.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Ecuador and the Galapagos!!! "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I was very lucky to be born in a country as amazing as Ecuador. I grew up traveling all over the different regions and I fell in love with Ecuador. When I was 14, I decided I wanted to study tourism so that I would have the opportunity to bring people to Ecuador and have them fall in love with this country too!"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"When I was 22, I went to study English in the beautiful island of Malta. I met people from all over the world and it was awesome how we were all united by our love to travel!"
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Have just five days in Ecuador? No problem: it's one of the smallest countries in South America, so it's possible to move around to more than one place in less than a week. Read on for our top suggestions for a quick visit to this gorgeous and geographically diverse destination.
By South American standards, Ecuador is a fairly small country. Most major destinations — with the exception of the Galápagos Islands — are within a day's drive of each other. Follow these suggestions for how to structure your visit and make the most of your time in this geographically diverse nation.
Trek in the Ecuadorian Andes and discover a magical world of stunning landscapes, hidden rural villages, and local communities on the famous Avenue of the Volcanoes. Follow narrow mountain trails deep into the heart of Andean culture as you explore the Quilotoa and Chimborazo volcanoes. Swim in the icy waters of the Quilotoa Crater Lake and relax in the spring waters of Baños.
This challenging, magical tour of the Ecuadorian mainland was tailor-made for you. Explore the largest biodiversity on earth along the Equator, bike down the slopes of the Andes, climb through rainforest to hidden waterfalls, trek to the shores of Cuicocha Crater Lake, and soak in Papallacta’s volcanic waters.