Your Ecuador Travel Guide cannot actually take you to this exotic land but can definitely give you a fair idea as to where you should go, and what to look forward to when you are Traveling to Ecuador. Ecuador is the land of rain forest, mountains, rivers, highlands and lowlands and not to forget the Galapagos Archipelago. The diverse geographic features of Ecuador has caused the different multicultural way of life. The Incan civilization, the Manta Culture, and all in all 15 national cultural practices, Cuba is the land of all time festivals and partying. Also, if you are an adventure lover the Amazon Rain Forests and Andes Mountain have lots to offer you. So read on this Ecuador travel guide to find out more about people, culture, geography, history, outdoor activities, food and festivals of Ecuador.
Trivia About Ecuador
Ethnicity constitutes of Ecuador: Metizo, Caucasian, Africans, Indigenous and others
Languages and Dialects of Ecuador: Achuar-Shiwiar, Awa-Cuaiquer, Chachi, Cofán, Colorado
Ecuadorian Sign Language, Epena, Media Lengua, Quichua, Calderón Highland, Quichua, Cañar Highland, Quichua, Chimborazo Highland, Quichua, Imbabura Highland, Quichua, Loja Highland
Quichua, Napo Lowland, Quichua, Northern Pastaza, Quichua, Salasaca Highland, Quichua, Tena Lowland, Secoya, Shua, Siona, Waorani, Záparo.
Latitude and Longitude of Ecuador: 2°S and 77.30°W.
Currency Used in Ecuador: U.S. Dollar
Outdoor activities in Ecuador: Trekking, Mountain Climbing, Volcano Treks, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Scuba Diving, Jungle Tour
Festivals of Ecuador: Carnaval, Dia de los Muertos, Simon Bolvar's Birthday, Corpus Christi,
Independence Day, Flower Festival, Harvest Festival, Columbus Day, New Year's Day, Epiphany, Labor Day, Founder's Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas, Battle of Pichincha, Easter, Holy Week
Here is all all you want to know about Ecuador Travel Guide, but you've got to travel to Ecuador to know the real spirit of the Ecuadorians.