Wanderbus reinvents independent travel in Ecuador


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The first and only hop-on hop-off option in Ecuador, the Wanderbus takes travellers on an epic journey from the mountains of the Andes to the jungles of the Amazon and the beaches of the Pacific Coast. Each journey is accompanied by a professional, friendly guide, enriching every experience with local flavour.

The Wanderbus’s 10 different passes allow travellers to experience Ecuador in the most safe, fun, and flexible way to date. From as little as US$59, they can get to might-see sites and off-the-beaten-track jewels of this enchanting country. For only US$219, the Ecuador Wander Pass allows them to roam around the entire country on a blockbuster loop of at least 11 days.

“We’re excited to introduce travellers to a totally new way of seeing Ecuador, a super-safe option that allows solo wanderers to feel secure, meet fellow backpackers, and have tonnes of fun along the way,” says Nicolás Ponce, Wanderbus Ecuador founder and director.

The Wanderbus’s team of locals, backpackers and globe-trotting experts – who know Ecuador like the back of their hands – have crafted ready-made itineraries that tick all the bucket-list boxes. And the Wanderbus is flexible, which means that travellers can use the company’s passes as the skeleton for their own personalised journey – adding a few days to trek the Quilotoa Crater Lake loop, climb Cotopaxi volcano, take the Devil’s Nose train, explore the Otavalo market, and discover the best beaches in Ecuador around Montañita.

And with connections with routes from/to Peru and Colombia, the Wanderbus is now an essential part of South America travel.

According to a World Economic Forum tourism study, Ecuador ranks among the top nations in the world in terms of natural resources, but the country fell short when it came to traveller-friendly infrastructure. Take the journey from the capital city Quito to subtropical paradise Baños, via the Cotopaxi volcano and Quilotoa Lake: key stops on any backpacker’s wish-list. Using public transport, the 124-mile (200-km) journey entails at least five bus journeys, hailing pickup trucks, and several hours of waiting.

And although the great majority of Ecuador has been ruled safe for travel by the UK Foreign Office, and the US State Department rates it “Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions”, safety aboard public transport could still be improved.

Now, there’s a solution for budget-minded travellers exploring Ecuador.

Wanderbus Ecuador Facts

  • 12 passes, valid for 12 months
  • 18 stops across the country
  • Visits to volcanoes, lakes and waterfalls
  • Local and cultural experiences
  • Adventure activities
  • Free walking tours in Quito
  • Brand-new, mega-comfortable buses
  • Bilingual, professional guide on-board
  • Exemplary safety record

Don’t get left behind: Be wise, travel flexible.   


Wanderbus Ecuador, Valladolid N24-296 y Francisco Galavis. La Floresta, Quito.

+593 2 322-7464

+593 9 8691-9193



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