Ecuador homes the luscious Amazon rainforest, Andean highlands and rich wildlife spotting on the Galapagos Islands. Straddling South America’s west coast, Ecuador is the perfect destination for adventure seekers, depending on what you want to do in Ecuador, you can explore the charming colonial capital of Quito, or the picturesque port city of Guayaquil. For a beach destination, Salinas is a costal town perfect for spotting humpback whales on a cruising excursion.
Formed from a volcano, the Galapagos Islands are one of the most toured islands around the world, due to its wide collection of wildlife that reside here naturally. Getting up close and personal with the Galapagos’ friendly residents is why it’s such a unique experience, due to the lack of natural predators on the island. Some of the amazing wildlife you can find include up to 500 species of birds, guanas, sea snakes, sea turtles, lizards and sea lions
What is the language spoekn in Ecuador?
What is the currency in Ecuador?
How long does it take to fly to Ecuador from UK?
From the UK to Quito, Ecuador, it takes around 11 hours and 58 minutes.
What is the time difference in Ecuador?
The UK is 6 hours ahead of Ecuador.
Do I need a visa for Ecuador?
You do not need a visa to visit Ecuador if you are a UK passport holder.
When is the best time to go to Ecuador?
The hottest month in Ecuador is August with temperatures averaging to 14 degrees; the coldest month is in February where temperatures are around 13 degrees.
When is the best time to go to Galapagos?
The best time to visit the Galapagos is June – November where the weather is cool and dry, between December to June is warm and wet and the seas are much calmer.