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Breaking Travel News investigates: Cuenca

Breaking Travel News investigates: Cuenca

13 April 2018 Focus

Nominated for the title of South America’s Leading City Break Destination at the upcoming World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony 2018, Breaking Travel News here takes a tour of this one of a kind destination.

Carlos Larrea, vice minister of tourism, Ecuador

Carlos Larrea, vice minister of tourism, Ecuador

20 December 2017 Videos

Taking the titles of World’s Leading Beach Destination and World’s Leading Green Destination, Carlos Larrea, vice minister of tourism for Ecuador, speaks to Breaking Travel News about the prestigious honours.

Air Europa adds Quito to South America route map

Air Europa adds Quito to South America route map

19 December 2017 Airline News

From the January 1st, Spanish airline Air Europa will cover the triangular route between Madrid, Quito and Guayaquil. At the same time, the carrier will also maintain the current flight schedule to the latter destination. which operates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Mashpi Lodge welcomes Dragonfly canopy experience

Mashpi Lodge welcomes Dragonfly canopy experience

13 October 2016 Hotel News

Ecuador’s Mashpi Lodge has launched its highly anticipated Dragonfly canopy gondola. The new product is designed to allow guests to enjoy captivating bird’s eye views of the 1,300 hectare Mashpi Rainforest Reserve via a cable-driven system of gondolas that glide above, below and through the tree canopy. The experience takes guests up to 200 metres above the ground and travels two kilometres across the magical cloud forest with Mashpi’s resident naturalists to identify the sights and sounds of the forest.

Ecuador moves to reassure travellers following earthquake

Ecuador moves to reassure travellers following earthquake

Ecuador’s ministry of tourism has reported that the tourism infrastructure, services and attractions in the Amazon, Andes, Galapagos and parts of the coast are in excellent condition following a recent earthquake. Airports, hotels, restaurants, tour operators, ground transportation, parks and nature reserves are all fully operational and welcoming visitors, the ministry said in a statement.