In this village you can find a wide variety of traditional sweets from this region: alfajores, encocados and much more.
As soon as you dive into the waters an infinite number of fish and invertebrates appear.This beautiful Galapagos Marine Reserve was declared by UNESCO as a natural heritage.
The La Ronda neighborhood, where it is said Quito was born, is concentrated along Morales Street. Besides strolling in the area, one can drink this typical beverage.
The Bobonasa River is the route used to enter deeper into the jungle where the Sarayakus live. This river allows people to placidly navigate while enjoying scenery.
Quito is the third highest capital in the world. Spread out over the hillsides of Pichincha Volcano it is easy to find good places to photograph.