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Road trip from Salinas to Cuenca Ecuador [07:13]
Background. Cuenca, capital of the province of Azuay, is located in the sierra of the Andes in the Austro or southern region of Ecuador. It is approximately nine hours south of Quito and four hours east of Guayaquil. The city ranges from 2350 to 2550 meters above sea level. The dominant features of the city's geography are also the source of its name in Spanish: the four rivers of Cuenca (meaning a basin made by a confluence of rivers). These rivers are the Tomebamba (named after the Cañari culture), Yanuncay, Tarqui and Machangara, in order of importance. The first three of these rivers originate in the Páramo of Parque Nacional Cajas to the west of the city. These four rivers are part of the Amazon river watershed. Cuenca is surrounded by mountains on all sides, with passes to the west, south and east.
Cumpleaños Feliz - Travel in Ecuador - Una Vida Sencilla [02:12]
A footage that I took while travelling in a jungle town in Ecuador. We were celebrating two friends´ birthday with a huge homemade chocolate cake. doriskam.com - my travel rambles Location: Rio Negro, Baños, Ecuador
Ecuador Summer Project 2012 [04:15]
In the summer of 2012 Cru Chicago sent a team to Guayaquil, Ecuador for 5 weeks to work with students to help launch and strengthen movements on campuses in the city. Check out this video they made of the summer highlights and how God is working.
Lodge in the Amazon Rainforest [03:10]
Welcome to Yacuma Lodge, a beautiful place created for those who love the Amazon Rainforest. Through these pages we want to share with you the wonders offered by the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest and invite you to enjoy an unforgettable journey. ¿How was it born? Yacuma Ecolodge is a joint ecotourism initiative of the rainforest Indigenous Kichwa Community of Chontayacu and Pamir Travels Group in Ecuador. It was founded in 1995 and since that the Ecolodge provides employment opportunities through nature-based tourism, a much-needed economic alternative to lodging. The goal at the outset of the Yacuma project was to create a viable ecotourism lodge that is wholly owned and operated by local Ecuadorian managers and staff. To accomplish this, Pamir trained villagers in a broad range of activities, including house keeping, food preparation and tours guiding. Today, 15 families receive regular direct economic benefits from employment and management of the ecolodge. They also receive indirect benefits from the sale of crafts that are made in a sustainable manner.
Adventures of Baños, Ecuador. [03:31]
Second video from Central & South American adventures. Turn on HD. Our crew made the best out of a full day in one of the best places in Ecuador. Filmed on GoPro HD2.