What Ecuador lacks in size, it more than makes up for in character. From the moment your cruise arrives you’ll be greeted with warmth from the locals.
You’ll soon discover that food is a big deal in Ecuador and usually a time for people to come together. International dishes are widely available as are local specialities such as chorizo, guinea pig (!) and delicious seafood, especially along the Pacific coastline.
Squeezed between Colombia, Peru and the Pacific Ocean, Ecuador offers picturesque colonial towns (such as Quito and Cuenca), Amazonian rainforest and the majestic Andes. Plus it’s home to the world’s largest tropical dry forest, Machalilla National Park.
It’s Ecuador’s diversity that makes it such a stunning cruise destination. You can choose to see the Andes, the old colonial city of Montecristi or explore the streets of Manta by the local colourful ‘Chivas’ bus. Of course, there are also the mysterious volcanic Galápagos Islands with their giant tortoises, iguanas and sea lions, to name but a few of their unusual species.
Whether you’re looking for a cultural break or something altogether more energetic, a cruise to Ecuador won’t disappoint.
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