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  • Quintoloma – Incan Empire Fortresses

    The history of the Incan Empire has long intrigued historians and archeologists, with fascinating aspects of their rise and fall still being discovered today. The latest discovery has been a ...

  • Itapoa Reserve: Protecting the Rainforest

    Itapoa Reserve was founded by Raul Nieto, and has been working vigorously to educate the public on the dangers of deforestation since 1989. Giving lectures all over the world, the Itapoa ...

  • Yanacocha – A Haven for Rare Birdlife

    The beauty and biodiversity of Ecuador is recognized and appreciated by nature-loving travelers from around the world, and eco-tourism is becoming an increasingly popular choice in this ...

  • Maquipucuna Reserve: Conservation and Community

    Rebeca Justcia and Rodrigo Ontaneda, environmental and social entrepreneurs, decided to take action against the damage that deforestation and human interaction was causing to the environment ...

  • Ecuadorian Historical Figure Eugenio Espejo

    Eugenio Espejo, born Francisco Javier Eugenio de Santa Cruz y Espejo, was a significant figure in colonial Ecuador and his work is still revered today. He was known first and foremost as a ...

  • The Ancient Valdivia Culture in Ecuador

    An archaeologist, Emilio Estrada, discovered the Valdivia culture in the year 1956 and it has been determined that it is one of the oldest cultures that can be found across the Americas. It ...

  • Fun and Educational Intiñan Museum

    Since the year 1960, the Intiñan Museum in Quito has been a center for the promotion of the many aspects of Ecuador’s culture. As the founder of the museum, Humberta Vera initiated a study of ...

  • History and Natural Splendor Gualaceo

    Cobblestone streets wind through the historical buildings and structures of the town of Gualaceo. The locals are warm and inviting, eager to share the relaxed atmosphere that blankets the ...

  • Explore the Grand Beauty of El Altar

    Approximately a hundred and seventy kilometers outside of the bustling city of Quito lies an extinct volcano, one of the highest in Ecuador. It is believed that the volcano once proudly stood ...

  • A Unique Adventure on Puna Island

    The Island of Puna has a rich and fascinating history. It was home to the Tumbez people, who still inhabit the island. During the sixteenth century, the island became a regular stop for the ...