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SAN CRISTOBAL ISLAND HIGHLIGHTS

San Cristobal is the capital of Galapagos Islands. Next to Santa Cruz Island, it is the most visited since most commercial flights from the mainland land at its airport. It is not the largest (that is Isabela) nor the most populated (which is Santa Cruz) but we can say that it is the favorite island of sea lions. There are so many that you will find them on the pier, in the playgrounds, in the restaurants and even sunbathing in a hammock....

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THE MIGHTY COTOPAXI

When flying into Quito during the day, people can often appreciate its majestic shape through their airplane window, but that’s not to say that Cotopaxi can also be seen from various points in Quito and the central highlands. When you search for Ecuador on the internet, it’s not uncommon to see pictures of Cotopaxi – one of the country’s most famous snow-capped and conically-shaped volcanoes. Cotopaxi is a photographic, geological and overall sentimental icon in the hearts of many, if not all, Ecuadorians. Travelers fall victim to the beauty of...

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CHIMBORAZO VOLCANO, THE HIGHEST POINT ON EARTH

If there’s one thing everyone knows about mountains—and given the state of geography education today, that may be a pretty accurate estimate—it’s that Mount Everest, in the Himalayas, is the Earth’s highest point. But what if it wasn’t? What if Everest, with its famous 29,029-foot peak, was actually dwarfed by a mountain you’ve probably never even heard of: an Ecuadorian volcano called Chimborazo. ...

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TREKKING THE QUILOTOA LOOP

“It has the appearance of a Caribbean island, but embedded in the middle of the Andes. Its color change your look will capture and with its attractions your heart will be stolen” Quilotoa surprises more than one. From the viewpoint, located 4,000 meters above sea level, you can see the lagoon formed in the crater of a volcano. Water, due to minerals, has different shades: green, turquoise, blue....

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