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Ecuador is a country in northwestern South America, with a Pacific Ocean coastline, lying on the Equator between Colombia, to the north and east, and Peru, to the south and east. Cotopaxi is one of the world's highest active volcanoes. Many cities and sites in Ecuador are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Such cities and best known places are the Galapagos Islands, and the city of Cuenca.

Population: 15,439,429 people
Area: 283,561 km2
Highest point: 6,267 m
Coastline: 2,237 km
Life expectancy: 76.15 years
GDP per capita: $10,200
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About Ecuador

History

The "Republic of the Ecuador" was one of three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others being Colombia and Venezuela). Between 1904 and 1942, Ecuador lost territories in a series of conflicts with its neighbors. A border war with Peru that flared in 1995 was resolved in 1999.

Climate

Tropical along coast, becoming cooler inland at higher elevations; tropical in Amazonian jungle lowlands

Geography

Ecuador has a total area of 283,520 km2 and is bisected by the Equator, for which it is named.

Activities

The capital Quito, is a city with a lot of history where you can walk in downtown, enjoying the beautiful colonial buildings. There is also the "Teleférico" (cable-car) which takes passengers from the highest mountain in Quito to see the whole city from the sky. Admission is $8.50 per person (November 2010). There are many welcoming cafes as well as many dancing clubs open every weekend, often until 5AM.

In Guayaquil, an excellent place to visit is the Malecón 2000, which is very similar to Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois, offering food, shopping, boat rides and a beautiful view of the river. Except for electronics, prices are quite low; however, almost everything sold with any sort of brand name is a knockoff. This area is very well patrolled and quite safe. For a real adventure, it is possible to visit the more authentic, less expensive, and far more dangerous Bahía or "Informal Market". It is not advisable to visit it without a native. It is possible to purchase a knockoff of almost anything here. Pirated video games and movies also abound; it is possible to purchase game systems modified to play such games as well. Make the proprietors prove to you that any movies or games you might purchase actually work before buying though. In the Bahía, it is necessary to haggle for all items.

Baños is the perfect city for the outdoors or extreme sports enthusiast, offering rafting, mountain climbing and backpacking excursions of all sorts. It is possible to get an English speaking guide. Be sure to get all the necessary vaccinations, as it is possible to get some nasty infections from prolonged exposure to the water. Baños also offers a public hot spring mineral bath, which only charges $1 admission. Other, more expensive baths also exist, but are fed from exactly the same water. It is best to arrive at these baths as they open, as the water is freshest and cleanest then.

Ibarra -and the whole Imbabura province- is about a 90mins ride from Quito and offers many touristic activities such as community tourism, adventure tours (rafting, swing jumping, kayaking, trekking, etc.) and indigenous visits. The most recommended places in Imbabura to visit are: Ibarra, Otavalo, Intag and Cotacachi

The north of Ecuador offers the best beaches, including Bahia de Caraquez, Manta, Crucita, San Jacinto, and San Clemente. They offer very inexpensive hotel accommodations, great food and friendly people.

Ecuador is perhaps the most bio-diverse country in the world. The Galapagos Islands are justly famed for their wildlife, but there is also lots to see on the mainland. Ecuador has over one hundred different types of hummingbirds. Good places to see them include Cuyabeno Wild Life Reserve, Mindo and San Luis de Pambil.

Montañita Town On the coast, 3 hours from Guayaquil, this is a growing town with many particularies which makes it great to visit: Goog Beach and incredible surroundings, the people, incredible nightlife, and surf. There are many people who live in the town permanently from all over the world.

Volunteer

Many people who visit Ecuador choose to give back to the community by volunteering. The Peace Corps alone has more than 200 volunteers in Ecuador at a time. From conservation projects to building houses to teaching English, there are many ways to help development in Ecuador. You can choose to volunteer through a third-party organization that arranges accommodations and connects you to a local organization to volunteer with. The other option is to volunteer directly through a local NGO. This will take more time and research but can also be significantly cheaper.


  • Fundacion Bolivar Education[1] is a volunteer foundation based in Quito, the cities capital, and has many volunteer projects through all Ecuador's regions including the Pacific Coast, Amazon, Andes and Galapagos Islands. Volunteers must be 18 years or older, and can volunteer in any of the following categories: Children and Youth, Health, Environment, Teaching, Gender, Elderly, Development and Animal Welfare. No previous education or organization experience is needed. Students, families, senior citizens and groups from various schools, universities or programs are all able to volunteer with Fundacion Bolivar Education. Host families or hostels are available accommodations to choose from. Packages are also available for those who to volunteer but also travel throughout Ecuador.

Cinema

One way to work on your Spanish skills is to go to a movie. Films in modern theaters cost about $3 to $4 in the larger cities, less in smaller towns. Foreign films are typically shown in the original language with subtitles - but not always, so ask first.

Food

Throughout the country there is a lot of variety as to what is typically eaten, depending on the location. In the Sierra, potatoes almost always accompany lunch and dinner, and in the coast rice is popular. Soup is also a big part of lunch and dinner. Breakfasts often consist of toast, eggs, and juice or fruit. Batidos, or fruit shakes, are popular breakfast items or snacks. Especially in the Coastline, Ecuadorians make a variety of breakfast meals based on green or sweet plantain and yuca, such as bolonoes, empanadas, patacones, corviches, muchines, pan de yuca, humitas and others. They are cooked with either cheese, pork or fish. They are very filling and inexpensive meals.

Restaurants run the gamut in terms of menu, quality, hygiene, hours and price. Basic meals can be had for less than $2, or it is possible to pay close to U.S. prices in the tourist areas, especially for food from the American chains.

If you're on a budget, your best bet for a good and local meal is to order an almuerzo (lunch) or a merienda (dinner). These normally consist of a soup, a meat main course and a dessert for $1-$2.

More expensive restaurants (say, ones that charge $4 per meal or more) often add a 12% sales tax and a 10% service fee.

Coffee or tea (including many herbal varieties) is typically served after the meal unless you ask for it sooner.

Except at places that cater to foreigners, it is the custom not to present the diner with the bill until it is requested. While many servers are used to rude tourists, rubbing your fingers together isn't as accepted as in Europe although it's not considered downright rude as in the United States. The best way to get the check is to tell your server "La Cuenta, Por Favor."

Smoking is allowed in most restaurants, but the law explicitly prohibits smoking in closed areas, so it's a good idea to ask for a smoking section, or ask if the restaurant allows smoking.

Locro de papa is a famous Ecuadorian soup with avocados, potatoes and cheese.

Ceviche is a common dish found on the coast. It is a cold seafood cocktail that is usually served with "chifles," thin fried plantains, and popcorn.

Encebollado is a hearty fish soup with yuca, also found on the coast: A tomato-fish soup filled with chunks of yucca, marinated vegetables with "chifles" thrown in for added crunch.

In the Highlands, Ecuadorians eat cuy, or guinea pig. The entire animal is roasted or fried and often served skewered on a stick.

Empanadas are also a common local food that are usually consumed as snacks in the afternoon. The most common varieties of this filled pastry are cheese and/or chicken.

Bollo Made of milled sweet plantain with peanuts and albacore. This is a very typical dish in the Ecuadorian Coast.

Bolón Made of minced plantain with cheese or pork. It is eaten at breakfast with coffee. It is consumed mostly in the coast in the Manabí province.

Drinks

Bottled water is very common and is safe to drink; it comes con gas (carbonated) and sin gas (non-carbonated). Water from the tap is unsafe to drink. Even Ecuadorians generally only drink bottled (or boiled) water.

Coffee is widely available in cafes and restaurants, and also sold in bean form. Tea is also common, usually with a good selection including herbal.

Fruit juice is plentiful and good, and you will often have many options: piña (pineapple), mora (blackberry), maracuyá (passion fruit), naranja (orange), sandía (watermelon), naranjilla (a jungle fruit), melon, taxo, guanabana, guava, etc. If you'd like it made with milk, sort of like a less-frozen milkshake, ask for a batida. Note that often juices are served lukewarm.

Aguardiente, often made from fermented sugar cane, is the local firewater. If possible, have some ground freshly into your cup from the sugarcane.

Shopping

Ecuador adopted the United States dollar (USD) as its currency in 1999. Other types of currency are not readily accepted.

U.S. paper money is used for most transactions. Ecuador has its own coins, which are exactly the same size and weight as U.S. coins up through 50-cent pieces; both they and U.S. coins are used. U.S. Sacagawea dollar coins are also widely used, more so than in the U.S. Susan B. Anthony dollars, however, are not generally accepted.

Many merchants examine large bills ($10 and above) carefully to make sure they aren't counterfeit. Frequently, businesses will not accept fifty dollar bills or hundred dollar bills at all. One must usually go to a bank in order to break hundred dollar bills. Outside of tourist areas and Quito, many merchants do not keep large amounts of money on hand, so getting change for bills large and small may be difficult. This is especially true on cheaper buses. Take lots of one and five dollar bills with you; you will also want to bring the newest possible bills. Worn bills are often regarded with suspicion, and it is not uncommon for a merchant to ask you to pay with another bill if the one you handed them appears old or worn.

Travelers' checks can be exchanged at some (but not all) banks for a reasonable fee (usually not more than 3 percent). They are also accepted at some hotels that cater to tourists, although it is difficult to use them elsewhere. There is often a surcharge added to use traveler's checks.

Credit and debit cards are accepted at many places that cater to tourists as well as at some upscale shops. However, many places charge a commission for their use as reimbursement for what the banks charge them. You may be asked to show your passport when using a credit or debit card.

Automated teller machines are widely available in major cities and tourist areas. Most claim to be tied in with major international networks, in theory making it possible to withdraw money from foreign accounts. Depending on the transaction fees charged by your bank at home, ATMs offer very good exchange rates. Be aware that you may have to try quite a few different machines before receiving money. TIP: Banco Austro is the only national bank chain that doesn't charge a withdrawal fee. The others have learned a cue from the States, and typically charge $1 or more per transaction. Avoid using ATMs on the street as their users are frequently targeted by street thieves. Hotels or other places with a guard nearby are your best choices.

Prices vary widely in Ecuador. Costs at upscale hotels and restaurants seem to be close, maybe 10 percent less, to what they would be in the United States. Outside of tourist areas, costs are much less. It is possible to get a meal at a clean restaurant for under $2 or to pay less than $10 for a clean but basic hotel room.

Even though Ecuador is a very beautiful country, it does not know how to sell itself very well. In Quito, a very famous touristic site is El Mercado Artesenal where many souvenirs can be found but after a thorough look around you will realize that there is a bit of redundancy in the items in the sense that everyone is basically selling the same thing. Therefore, after buying a few main items it becomes difficult to find much more variety. Almost everything that can be bought has a price that can be bargained. If you are not a native, they will try and get higher prices out of you, which is why it is recommended to go with someone who is either fluent in Spanish or native to bargain more effectively.

This article is based on Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike 3.0 Licensed text from the article Ecuador on Wikivoyage.

Cities in Ecuador

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Quito is the capital of Ecuador. It was founded in 1534 on the ruins of an ancient Inca city. Today, two million people live in Quito. It was the first city to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978 (along with Kraków in Poland).

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  • San Francisco Church
  • Quito Cathedral
  • Independence Square
  • La Merced Church
  • City Museum
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Puerto Ayora is the largest town in the Galapagos Islands. It is on the southern side of Santa Cruz island, and is connected by road and ferry to the airport on Baltra Island.

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  • Charles Darwin Research Station
  • Galapagos National Park
  • Tortuga Bay Beach
  • Las Grietas
  • El Garrapatero Beach
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Cuenca, full name Santa Ana de los cuatro ríos de Cuenca, is the capital of the Azuay Province. Cuenca, which literally means "basin" is a vibrant colonial city in southern Ecuador, the third largest in the country. The dominant features of the city's geography are also the source of its name in Spanish: the ... (read more)

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  • Cuenca Cathedral
  • Parque Calderon
  • El Cajas National Park
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Salinas is a city in the province of Santa Elena, Ecuador.

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  • Salinas Beach
  • Punta Blanca Beach
  • Punta Blanca Chapel
  • Ballenita Park
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Atacames is a city in the Pacific cost of Ecuador in the south east from Esmeraldas city, famous for they found, beach and discos. It is a typical Afro-Ecuadorian village with hot Caribbean rhythms fish specialties, its cheerful inhabitants, a large clean beach of 5 km, possibilities for land and water trips, ... (read more)

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  • Atacames Beach
  • Castelnuovo Beach
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Montañita is a small village located on Manglaralto parish along the southern coast of Ecuador.

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  • Montanita Church
  • Montanita Point
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Manta is a major coastal city located in the Coastal Lowlands of Ecuador. Manta is a commercial and vacation resort area and is the second largest seaport in Ecuador. The city's main industries include tuna fishing, canning, and processing; coffee and cocoa bean export; and crafting the tagua nut into ... (read more)

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  • Central Bank Museum
  • Manta Port
  • Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabi
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Loja is a city in the south of the Andean Highlands region of Ecuador.

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  • Loja Cathedral
  • Central Plaza
  • City Gate
  • Jipiro Park
  • Reinaldo Espinosa Botanical Garden
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Puerto Villamil is a town on Isabela, one of the Galapagos Islands. Most of the inhabitants live in agriculture and fishing, but also tourism is growing. It's a nice place to hang out on the beach for a few days or do some snorkeling.

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  • Isabela Beach
  • Concha de Perla
  • Isla Tortuga
  • El Embarcadero Pier
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Baños is a small city in the Andean highlands of Ecuador under the smoke of volcano Tungurahua. Its name, which is Spanish for "Baths (of sacred water)," comes from the famous hydrothermal springs in the area. It's equally popular with foreigners as with Ecuadorians and is known as the adventure capital of ... (read more)

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  • Church of the Virgin of the Holy Water
  • Banos Market
  • Cascada Manto de la Novia
  • Pailon del Diablo
  • Banos Park
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  • Mother Park
  • Arenillas Central Church
  • Alahuela Square
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Riobamba is a city in the Andean highlands of Ecuador. It is the third largest city in Ecuador and is known locally as the "Sultan of the Andes". Riobamba sits in a valley surrounded by several large hills and snowcapped mountains. It's perhaps best known as the starting point of the train ride to Nariz del ... (read more)

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  • Parc Sucre
  • Riobamba Cathedral
  • Estadio Olimpico
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Vilcabamba, meaning Sacred Valley, is a quiet, scenic, peaceful valley near the Podocarpus National Park in southern Ecuador.

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  • Mandango Mountain
  • Vilcabamba Church
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Ibarra is a city in Ecuador.

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  • La Merced Park
  • Basilica La Dolorosa
  • La Piedra Chapetona
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Ambato is a city in the central Andean Highlands of Ecuador.

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  • Ambato Cathedral
  • Col Nac Bolivar Museum
  • Juan Montalvo Park
  • Bolivar Stadium
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  • Paute Dam
  • Lineal Park
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Puerto López lies at the Pacific Coast of Ecuador. It is a mostly dirt-road (or mudslide depending on the rainfall) fishing village lying in a bay on a wide stretch of beach.

Interesting places:

  • Puerto Lopez Beach
  • Los Frailes Beach
  • Machalilla National Park Museum
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Bahía de Caráquez is a resort town in Ecuador and situated on a pointy peninsula by the Chone River and the Pacific Ocean. While during the weekends most people head off to Canoa for their partying, around Bahía you can find many activities such as bird-watching in the Isla Corazon, Paragliding near the ... (read more)

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  • Baha de Caraquez Beach
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  • Machachi Market
  • Arcangel Miguel Statue
  • Tesalia Springs Pool
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  • Jumandy Caverns
  • Sanctuary of the Virgin of Quinche
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Tena is a town in Ecuador's Amazon Jungle area. Tena is the capital of the Napo Province an attractive and quiet city in the Amazon rainforest. Tena is known as the “cinnamon capital" of Ecuador, Tena has emerged as one of the top industrialized center as founded by the missionary explorers. Tena is the home ... (read more)

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  • Jumandy Monument
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Guayaquil is the largest city in Ecuador.

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Mindo is a small town in the Andean foothills of Ecuador. Set in beautiful cloud-forest, it attracts birdwatchers first and foremost, but also has attractions for other tourists.

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Santa Cruz is the most important (although not the largest) island in the Galapagos Islands archipelago, in Ecuador.

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  • Santa Isabel Central Park
  • Carachulla
  • St Elizabeth\'s Parish
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Otavalo is a small town in Ecuador. It has about 50.000 inhabitants and is the capital of the canton of the same name. Otavalo is world-famous for its indigenous population, the so-called Otavalos, many of which are travelling around the world to sell their famous handicrafts or play in Andean Folk music ... (read more)

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Otavalo is a small town in Ecuador. It has about 50.000 inhabitants and is the capital of the canton of the same name. Otavalo is world-famous for its indigenous population, the so-called Otavalos, many of which are travelling around the world to sell their famous handicrafts or play in Andean Folk music ... (read more)

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Guamote is a city in Ecuador.

Interesting places:

  • Church of Guamote
  • Guamote Market
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Points of Interest in Ecuador

  • Loma Alta, a 2428-hectare cloud forest.
  • Tigua, for its bright paintings.
  • The village of Calderon is known for its folk art.
  • Agua Blanca, an indigenous territory of the Manta.
  • Chimborazo, highest peak in Ecuador.
  • La Mitad del Mundo on the Equator

San Francisco Church - Quito

Malecon 2000 - Guayaquil

Cuenca Cathedral - Cuenca

Loja Cathedral - Loja

Isabela Beach - Puerto Villamil

Montanita Church - Montanita

Ingapirca - Canar

Church of the Virgin of the Holy Water - Banos

Charles Darwin Research Station - Puerto Ayora

Ambato Cathedral - Ambato

La Merced Park - Ibarra

Salinas Beach - Salinas

Baha de Caraquez Beach - Bahia de Caraquez

20th of March Central Park - Esmeraldas

Laguna Quilotoa - Latacunga

Puerto Lopez Beach - Puerto Lopez

Playas Beach - Playas

Jumandy Monument - Tena

Atacames Beach - Atacames

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