Month: February 2014

Snorkeling in the Galapagos Islands

One of Ecuador’s major destinations is on the bucket list of every world traveler. That much visited place is known as the Galapagos Islands and the famed archipelago makes it onto itineraries for the best of reasons. The volcanic scenery is stunning, the beaches inviting, and there are a number of activities. One of the … Continued

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The Pululahua Geobotanic Reserve

In the language of the Kichwa, the descendents of the Incas, Pululahua means “Cloud of Water. And true to its name, the Pululahua Geobotanic Reserve is characterized by a thick cloud of mist that settles every afternoon over the high ground of this extinct volcano, whose last eruption is estimated to have been some 2,300 … Continued

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