Located in the heart of Banos, this hostal is within a 5-minute walk of Banos Central Market, Church of the Virgin of the Holy Water, and Sebastian Acosta Park. ...
This family-friendly Guayaquil hotel is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Guayaquil Convention Center and Mall del Sol Commercial Center. Historic ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hospital Clinic Kennedy and Antonio Neumane Park. Plaza del Sol and Roberto Gilbert Hospital are ...
Nestled on the beach, this Salinas resort is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Punta Blanca Chapel and 1.8 mi (2.8 km) from Punta Blanca Beach. Olon and Ballenita Park are ...
Named for its location along the equator, Ecuador is one of the hottest places in the world-and that's not just because of the temperature. Its hot climate welcomes travelers from around the globe to enjoy its vibrant cities, gorgeous terrain, incredible outdoor sports attractions and the Galapagos Islands, one of the most mysterious, bio-diverse places on the planet. So dig in. It's time to enjoy your Ecuador travel.
Ecuador is hot and humid throughout the year. Vacationers in Ecuador seeking swimming should visit in February when Pacific waters off the coast are exceptionally warm, from 23°C to 24°C. Ecuador travel increases between the months of December and January, as well as June and August, making hotel and cruise prices increase during this time. Ecuador weather cools down significantly, to around 18°C, between the months of May to July, an ideal time for hiking and biking. The Ecuadorian Andes are infamous for being sweltering in the afternoons and remarkably chilly at night, while the rainforests maintain high humidity year round.
Spend your evening at Turtle’s Head Bar in Quito, where delicious German beer and sausages blend well over games of pool.
Dance the night away at Quito’s El Aguijon music and dance bar, which regularly plays salsa, reggae, and ska.
Dine at the celebrated Mea Culpa Restaurant in Ecuador’s capital, Quito, serving delicious stone crab and boasting a great view of the plaza.
Visit Used Books in Cuenca, a delightful used book shop carrying English-language literature.
Stay at the unique El Rancho, an indigenous family-run home outside Otavalo with a view of the Cotacachi volcano and freshly prepared traditional food from the garden.
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