Ecuador's Travel Magazine

Quito’s location is gold. Few cities in the world flaunt so much to do and discover so nearby. If you are a native, or you have lived in Quito for a while, you know this well, but

Ecuador’s haciendas, full of romance and history, exemplify country life at its purest. With this in mind, the Duran-Vintimilla family, pioneers in the management of heritage boutique hotels in Cuenca, embarked on a dream of preserving the

Hacienda Piman is redolent with history in every detail. The former colonial and Republic country manor has been lovingly-restored by its family owners over many years. The hacienda’s lands date back to 1680, making it one of

Edgar Durán walked in on our conversation with his son Daniel, head of affairs at Hotel Victoria, and before he could even say hello, Daniel asked him, “So why did you call it ‘Victoria’?” The silence made

There’s something about Guayaquil’s Parque Histórico that has always captivated Ñan. Its spot on the banks of the unhurried Daule River in the snazzy Samborondón neighbourhood, the lush botanical gardens humming with wildlife, and the period trams

Isabel Hurtado is well aware that her decision some twenty years ago to open her home to visitors and create Hotel Hacienda Abraspungo was a stroke of good fortune, and vision. It has arguably become the most

Quito’s location is gold. Few cities in the world flaunt so much to do and discover so nearby. If you are a native, or you have lived in Quito for a while, you know this well, but

A refreshing, peaceful stay in the Cayambe area, this former mill, part of an old Jesuit hacienda, is today a picturesque country lodge. Delicious food, the spectacular sight of glorious snow-capped Cayambe, the cozy atmosphere of a