The reason that moves you
Where would you like to go today?
the Pearl of the Pacific
An important metropolis as the financial centre of Ecuador. The city has won several World Travel Awards as the best business destination in South America. It connects Ecuador with destinations such as Taiwan and North America via the Guayas River. It is also a starting point to the Galapagos Islands.
Capital of History.
When you talk about the capital of Ecuadorians, you are talking about half the world. The city’s historic centre has been recognised by UNESCO as the best preserved in Latin America. A place where you can relive the historical past and where buildings like the church of Compañia de Jesus are still preserved, impressing the visitor with its golden borders, just like in 1605.
THE ISLANDS THAT FASCINATED CHARLES DARWIN
It is said that you have to ask nature for permission to enter the Galapagos Islands. The archipelago, described in detail by Charles Darwin in his famous diary The Beagle’s Voyage (1839), is the most famous place in Ecuador thanks to its unsurpassable fauna and flora. You only have to walk around the islands to understand how the natural beauty of this place inspired the British naturalist. In Turtle Bay, marine iguanas inhabit the same space as giant tortoises. On Floreana Island you can see sea lions and birds such as the blue-footed booby, which are symbols of the archipelago. About 97% of the archipelago is preserved. The trip is a journey through time, from biology books and the 19th century to the present day, where balance and sustainability are important.
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