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Puyango forest

The petrified forest of Puyango

In Ecuador, there is a Jurassic place, and it is not an exaggeration because it literally dates back to the age of dinosaurs, but the most curious thing is the forest, which is completely petrified.

La toreadora lagoon

Cajas National Park, a biosphere reserve: Characteristics, attractions and activities

In a little corner of Ecuador, the Cajas National Park is located in the parishes of Chaucha, Sayausí, San Joaquín and Molleturo, belonging to the Cuenca Canton, Azuay Province.

South Plazas | galapagos iguana

Endemic species in the Galápagos Islands

A paradise to be discovered, the Galapagos Islands, a World Heritage Site, is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. Located a few kilometers off the coast of Ecuador


Travel for singles over 40

There are more and more exclusive trips for singles. Who said you can’t travel single? There are excellent destinations to enjoy luxury in the company of other people like you, live adventures and unique experiences in different corners of the world.

Peru mummy

Pre-Inca mummy found in Peru

The body was discovered in the middle a square in Cajamarquilla. The body was bound with ropes and its hands covered its face.

Sea Lions | Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Packing List – What to Pack for the Galapagos Islands

It is one of the most stressful things you can do before you travel. You run the risk that you forget something important. This guide will help you plan your next trip to Galapagos Islands.

North Seymour | Galapagos birds

See the wonders of Genovesa Island aboard the Seaman Journey

Genovesa has not been subject to any historical eruptions. However, the volcano’s flanks are home to lava flows that are quite young. This island is located in northeastern portion of the archipelago.

Choquequirao | Peru

Top 10 Inca Ruins

Between 1438 and 1533, the Inca Empire thrived. It was the largest pre-Columbian empire and covered a vast area of South America. The Inca Empire’s remnants can still be found in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia as well as Chile, Colombia, and Argentina. The Incas’ progressive mentality enabled them to prosper greatly during their expansion.

Galapagos sharks

Ecuador expands protected area around Galapagos Islands

Ecuador President Guillermo Lasso declared that Ecuador will increase the area of protection for the Galapagos Marine Reserve to 60,000 km. This announcement was made at the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland.