The Quilotoa Loop – Ecuador

The village of Quilotoa is famous for its water-filled volcanic crater, and is a common starting point for the Quilotoa Loop - a multi-day village-to-village hiking route, most commonly used by the indigenous Quichua people. Hiking around the crater's edge and to the nearby villages of Chugchilan and Insinlivi, crossing green paddocks and golden corn fields, up and down … Continue reading The Quilotoa Loop – Ecuador


The Galapagos Islands – How to Travel Independently

As soon as you arrive on the Galapagos Islands you are surrounded by wildlife; walk to a local beach and dozens of sea lions will join you for a swim, take a seat on a bench by the road and a sea lion will more than likely be having a nap next to you. Lizards and … Continue reading The Galapagos Islands – How to Travel Independently