What’s on your bucketlist for Ecuador?


We here in Quito and trying to keep in touch with all those people that we have met at The Secret Garden Hostel, Finn McCool’s and Uncle Ho’s in the Mariscal, and Lead-Adventures, Hostel Tiana, and The Surf Shak as well as get in touch with those who are coming or planning a trip!

What’s on your bucketlist?  Leave a comment here and let us know what your plans are for Ecuador.. What to you is the adventure of a lifetime?  A trip to the Galapagos?  A week in a safari camp?  Climbing Cotopaxi?  The Quilotoa Loop?  Or maybe a whilwind tour through the jungle, to Vilcabama, over to the Coast, up the Ruata del Sol, and back down to Quito.. 

take a minute to think over what you are planning and leave a comment.. Eventually we want to have people send us postcards..

Our walls are looking a little too clean and we think it would be cool to fill them with postcards of other people travelling with tips for others headed your way next. So if you have been to Ecuador, are coming here, or are just on the road travelling around, go to the link below and leave a tip about a great place you’ve been, cool place to stay, or something that you think others would appreciate checking out! If you want to hear more about the postcard campaign in the future keep checking back as I am going to be working on the details based on the responses we get!





2 Responses to “What’s on your bucketlist for Ecuador?”
  1. Patrick says:

    I have lived in Quito for over 16 years, I am happy to help with any questions you might have about the country. Patrick- bullock0005@yahoo.com

  2. Edwin says:

    Lots of places and adventures, I will start with pyramides of Cochasqui.

    You can reach them by going Quito – Tabacundo way, turn to the left when you arrive to Coschasqui Peaje, then go up the mountain for 8km.

    You will see at the top of the mountain the entrance to the pyramides, Cochasqui pyramides are at 0ª0’0″, right in the equator line. American cultures knew where was the middle of the world, they built the pyramides to know when they need to plant fruits and vegetables and for ceremonial events like a new cacique celebration or a wedding.

    You will see Camino del Inca, an old street from Quito to Cuzco built 2000 years ago.

    It’s an amazing place, just enjoy it!

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