There are currently 20 Travel Helpers for Ecuador. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.
Cycled across Ecuador: Andes, Amazonas and Coastal Areas
In 2007 I have been staying 9 months in Ecuador, I studied my first Spanish in Quito, I have been living, working and travelling there, I have done many routes on mountainbike ... and travellerspoint was and still is a good connection to family and friends while travelling, if you have questions I´ll try to help you out:o)
Ask away! just visited Guayaquil and Quito.
Quito and Mitad del Mundo,Otavalo,Peguche,Ibarra.
Ubicado al pie del mar, en General Villamil, Playas, La Posada del Sueco es el lugar ideal para iniciar o terminar tu viaje por Ecuador. Tranquilo, rústico, romántico y con todos los servicios necesarios para pasar un momento agradable, dependiendo de sus gustos. Piscina, area de BBQ, casa de hamacas, terraza, salida al mar, TV por cable, agua caliente, Internet WiFi, estacionamiento, son algunos de sus servicios, pero el mas destacable, es el afan de servicio de sus propietarios.
recently spent 2 monthe in ecuador. Found some good hostels and nice beaches. Rode some good buses and not so good. Got robbed but had a ton of fun
tips, travel trips, recomendation, spanish schools, hostels, accommodation
I can help you like a guide in my country, I apeak spanish, swedish and english.
Tour guide.. cheap acommodations, home-staying
sharing all the information i know about my country.
Tips and suggestions about travel destinations,accomodation, spanish school, jungle trips, volunteer work and cruises in galapagos islands
i can help you find a good hotel, hostal , hosteria or any other touristic places in the area if you travel to pastaza, ecuador
I can help you plan a trip to Ecuador, I lived there for almost a year. I know very well the whole country, but more specifically Cuenca, Guayaquil and the south part of the Amazonia.
I spent 4 weeks in ecuador in jan 2008 - we passed through the whole country and visited cities like Quito, Tena, Banos, Vilcabamba, obligatory was the visit of El midad del mundo and for sure the volcanos chimborazo and cotopaxi, the lagune Quilotoa as well as the cascadas near banos (and its volcano tungurahua), the jungle near tena and the country-side. I liked all the colourful markets of the inhabitants..most of the time we went by bus (quit good organised - however be aware of robberies...). People are very nice, helpful and polite...Beautyful country with lot of treasure!!
What to do and where to stay
I have a pretty good knowledge of central Ecuador, specifically Banos and Puyo, as well as the surrounding areas and towns such as Quito, Ambato, Riobamba and Arajuno. Also if any one needs any help or advice about volunteer projects with animals or with people then I'll be happy to help.
I have spent several months in this beautiful country and I know quite well Mindo
hotels, friends, etc.
I can help with all matters pertaining to Galapagos and Ecuador. I reside in Puerto Ayora, Galapagos. I am British and have been living here for 3 years. Drop me a line, Galapagos is easier and cheaper than you may believe.
I lived in Ecuador for nearly three years, and worked for a travel agency there. I can help answer most questions. I am online a lot so I can normally reply quickly.
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