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Ecuador-galapagos-medium Ecuador & Galapagos

Four worlds, one tiny country

Just your average volcano walking, cloudforest ogling, Amazon hiking, Galapagos sailing destination. For such a small country, Ecuador certainly packs an awful lot in. There is nowhere else that you can see rich colonial heritage, walk in beautiful mountain wilderness, wander through bustling indigenous markets and experience life in an Amazon community before being bundled out of the way by an advancing giant tortoise. Ecuador wraps all of this incredible diversity in a layer unaffected South American charm.

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Beautiful cloudforest birds, timeless Andean highlands. Hot springs and snowcapped volcanoes. This in-depth journey through Ecuador’s diverse landscapes includes a stay with a remote Amazon community.

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From the pulsing life of the Amazon to the misty cloudforest and beyond to the unique wildlife of the Galapagos Islands, megadiverse Ecuador brings you closer to nature.

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This extremely varied holiday is a sweep down through the dramatic snow-capped volcanoes and crater lakes of the Avenue of the Volcanoes from Quito to Cuenca combined with time to swim, hike and snorkel amongst the fearless wildlife of the Galapagos.

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Landscapes, ecosystems and communities come together in this fascinating, fun and sometimes challenging journey through Ecuador’s Amazon and the Galapagos Islands.

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Snorkel with penguins and turtles, walk along the beach as the sun goes down, or hike to a volcano summit on your guided wildlife journey around the Galapagos Islands, staying on three different islands.

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