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Où se situe Ecuador?

Where is Ecuador geographically? Bordered by Colombia from the north, Ecuador, also known as the Republic-of-the-Equator, spans over 283,560 square kilometers and is nestled in north western South America. The country features a diverse landscape that comprises of Amazonian jungles and rainforests, wildlife rich islands and highlands. Quito is Ecuador’s capital and is best known for its intact Spanish-colonial center. The capital of Ecuador has also been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Peru is situated on the east of Ecuador while the west side of the country is hugged by the Pacific Ocean. The country is both ethnically diverse and historically rich, boasting a population of approximately 15.2 million inhabitants. Most of the people living here are Mestizos, Europeans, Africans and Amerindians. Where is Ecuador in terms of history and culture? Well, the country has a rich history dating back to the pre Inca era. People from different countries and cultural backgrounds sailed to Ecuador in rafts to settle here. These groups began to mingle and interact with each other, exchanged their culture and soon became one community/tribe.

Several civilizations arose in this country such as Machalilla Culture, Canari, and Valdivia Culture, to name a few. And because of its cultural diversity, history and varied landscape that offers a plethora of fun-filled activities for tourists to indulge in, Ecuador has become one of the most popular places for travelers to visit and enjoy at. If you’re thinking of traveling here for the holidays, then let’s just say you are in for some quality time. There are plenty of sightseeing spots and things you can do here, which will truly make your trip memorable. Some of the best places to visit in Ecuador for travelers are Quilotoa Loop, Baños, Cuenca and Galapagos islands.

Quilotoa Loop should be on top of your list of the places to visit in Ecuador if you are seeking adventure and love an adrenaline rush. It is set-high in the beautiful Ecuadorian Andes. It is a great place for trekking and hiking. A walk around this place will not only be a fun-filled experience but here, you will also get to enjoy spectacular scenery in the surroundings. It features a beautiful lake called Quilotoa Lake which was formed over 800 years ago after the eruption of a volcano.
Baños is another great place to explore in Ecuador. It is settled between scenic mountains featuring majestic and breathtaking waterfalls. Here, tourists can enjoy activities like canoeing and kayaking. When you visit Ecuador, don’t forget to stop by at the Galapagos Islands. It is a world famous and unique ecosystem, featuring a large diversity of sea creatures like sea lions and marine iguanas.