Cayambe Mountain

Cayambe is located in the Cordillera Oriental, in Pichincha province some 70 km (43 mi) northeast of Quito. It is the third highest mountain in Ecuador. Cayambe, which has a permanent snow cap, is a Holocene compound volcano which has not erupted in historical times. At 4,690 m (15,387 ft)

The town of Cayambe takes its name from the volcano.

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Wonderful Colonial center Quito - Ecuador

Photograph by Nelson Sosa


Encircled by fantastic Andes volcanoes, Quito, the capital of Ecuador, became the first city in the world to be named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. Due to its elevated location and mild climate, Quito, the second highest capital city in the world at 2,850 meters, can be visited any time of the year,making ita dreamer’s paradise for travellers. 

Galapagos Islands - Ecuador

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Pastaza River in the Amazon basin

Pastaza River in the Amazon basin

Limpiopungo Lagoon and Cotopaxi Mountain

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Santa Cruz Island 

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Riding Cable Car Across Waterfall in Baños - Ecuador

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Train route through ”la Nariz del diablo” (devil’s nose) in Riobamba - Ecuador

Ecuador’s railway network is scheduled to radically revamp in 2013 with new lines linking increasingly cosmopolitan Quito and the coastal port of Guayaquil. Tracks will also connect Ecuador’s famed 5900m-high volcano Cotopaxi and the Nariz del Diablo (Devil’s Nose), claiming the steepest (and most hair-raising) stretch of railway in the western world. Developers believe the gamble will pay off and pull in unprecedented tourist numbers 

By Lonely Planet

Cuicocha Lake and Cotacachi volcano in the background - Cotacachi Ecaudor

Photograph Michael Kartuz