All inclusive hotels and resorts in Ecuador
The exotic aromas of the traditional indigenous markets intertwine with the most modern face of the country's major cities and their colourful colonial avenues. But beyond the bustle of the city, there is always the chance to enjoy a luxurious, peaceful stay in the all inclusive hotels and resorts in Ecuador, the holiday option for those wanting to take advantage of the opportunity to discover new destinations in style.
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Travel along the “sun route”
It is commonly thought that the mountain areas are the highlight of Ecuador’s natural landscape. While it is indeed hard to compete with the magnificent Andes mountains and with the natural parks and reserves surrounding them in this part of the world (Sangay, Yasuní, Cuyabeno, etc.), you won’t find the country’s coastline lacking in beauty or diversity.
Spaces like those surrounding the all inclusive hotels in Playa Salinas are fine examples of this country’s beautiful coastline, along with places such as Montañita or Puerto López, which are must-visit sites on the so-called ‘Sun Route’. This is the journey made by thousands of visitors every year, who look forward to seeing whales and sea lions, strolling along the beaches of Salinas and Atacames, riding the waves in Caraquez Bay, or setting sail for one of the many islands that lie off the country’s coast.
An all inclusive holiday in Ecuador is the perfect opportunity to experience the charm of this popular coastal route, whose hotel facilities and services will meet the needs of the most discerning of guests.
Between the mountains and the ocean: all-inclusive stays in Ecuador
The country’s contrasting natural phenomena are part of its attractions and the all inclusive resorts in Ecuador have successfully made the most of their potential. Looking out towards the ocean, surrounded by volcanoes and shaded by the Andes are some of the towns with the richest history and tradition in the country.
Well-known names such as Guayaquil, Cuenca, Baños, and of course Quito, the capital of the Republic, are on the list of the most popular inland tourist destinations in Ecuador, while on the coastline other popular towns such as Machala, Salinas, Manta and Esmeraldas take on greater prominence. Despite their differences and unique features, they all share the charm that is characteristic of Andean countries, whose custom is to live immersed in a world of contrasting cultures, climates, landscapes and traditions.
The spring-like temperatures in the this part of the world have made it possible for tourism to flourish 365 days a year. At any time of the year, visitors have the opportunity to discover the country’s most outstanding attractions and enjoy a dream holiday. Outdoor activities, artistic and cultural tours, or the chance to try some of the local cuisine, such as bolón de verde, morocho or paila ice cream are just some ideas to be included in your travel plan.