In today’s Scottish Daily Mail Andrew Harries reports that with rainforests, mountains, volcanoes and coast a holiday to Ecuador’s equator is halfway to paradise.
- Ecuador is a small but extraordinary South American country that is one of the world’s most biodiverse
- There is Amazonian rainforest, the mighty Andes across the country’s spine and the Pacific coast to the west
- The capital, Quito, is located in the main valley, surrounded by snow-capped mountains and volcanoes
- Andrew Harries visited Quito as well as Mashpi Lodge, which was featured on the BBC show Amazing Hotels
Link to the article: Daily Mail