We keep groups small (10 max) so that we may provide more personal attention. Our guide will be with you the whole time, and will personalize the tour as much as possible to your requests.
Aaron has spent a lot of time in Ecuador. He's completely fluent with the language and culture. He'll be able to answer all your questions about relocating to Ecuador.
Why you need travel insurance According to the new law on immigration just passed at the end of last month, all tourists desiring to visit Ecuador will be required to show proof of valid insurance for the duration of their stay in the event of a medical emergency. While many folks may already have this […]
Recently, CuencaHighLife published an interesting article about how easy it is to mix with locals as an expat here in Ecuador. I can speak for myself and friends as to just how true this is. My advice is to get to know your neighbors and you will see that they are usually very friendly, and […]
If you’re living in Ecuador or are planning to retire there in the near future, you’ll find pleasant information about Healthcare options for expats in Ecuador are very attractive. Whether you decide to opt into the low cost government health insurance, a private health insurance policy, or go insurance free there is an option for almost […]
If you are planning on attending the International Living conference in Ecuador this July, then you will love getting a real “feet-on-the-ground” look at popular destinations in Ecuador before the conference. We will visit Cuenca, Loja and Vilcabamba, spending time in each location to get a feel for what life would be like there. Don’t […]