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  • Activities

    Volcano Tours

    The beautiful country of Ecuador has more than just a handful of volcanoes to its name. The people of Ecuador are already well accustomed to the grunts and groans of their volcanic neighbors and modern equipment has been able to ensure that most bad eruptions have as few casualties as possible. Though many cities and towns are nestled at the foot of a volcano, the inhabitants have learnt ...

  • Golf

    Courses

    Imagine teeing off on a green with the magnificent snow-capped peaks of the Andes in the background, or better yet, a smoking volcano providing an exotic element to the game. Golf is a widely enjoyed game in Ecuador and the country does have a few great golf courses. These golf courses in Ecuador are mainly the playing fields of the affluent of the country, but that does not necessarily mean ...

  • Courses

    Los Chillos Golf Club

    No matter what country you visit, golf and money are two things that go together. Equipment and memberships are expensive and even if you are able to play golf or enjoy a few swings at the nearest driving range now and then, you need to have at least some money in order to do so. For this reason, golf clubs are usually the almost exclusive territory of the well-to-do. The best facilities are ...

  • Attractions

    Golf

    When planning a trip to Ecuador, few people consider the possibility of golfing. However, for those who do enjoy a good round of the sport, you will be glad to know that there are many opportunities to play golf in Ecuador. The country boasts several top golf courses. Just picture yourself putting your ball into the hole on a green surrounded by the sheer splendor of Ecuador's natural ...

  • Sierra (Andes)

    Santa Domingo Colorados

    Santo Domingo de los Colorados, or Santo Domingo Corner of the Red Ones, is one of the newer towns in Ecuador and is situated about 133 km from Quito. There are an estimated 268.075 inhabitants in Santo Domingo so it's a fairly large town situated in a mountainous area. Santo Domingo stretches south as far as the province of Rios and Cotopaxi and then west to the Emerald Provinces.