Footprint Ecuador and Galápagos

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Footprint Handbooks, 2007 - Travel - 500 pages
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From the islands that inspired the theory of evolution, to a valley where people live forever; from the centre of the earth to the Avenue of the Volcanoes, Ecuador excites and amazes at every turn. "Footprint's" highly acclaimed guide is essential for all free-spirited travellers wishing to get to grips with this small but perfectly formed country. This in-depth and fully researched and updated guide also includes a comprehensive background section with Spanish words and phrases, to introduce you to its rich and diverse culture. The key features include: descriptions of adventure activities: treks, whitewater rafting, mountain biking and climbing volcanoes; where to go for the best jungle tours and best value Galapagos cruises; extensive listings together with festival and events guide; and, highlight maps to get the best from the country.

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He hailed from Canada and Ecuador respectively. Having lived and travelled throughout Latin America since 1983, they currently have a home in Ba?os in Ecuador where they edit the Latin America Travel Advisor.

Daisy hailed from Canada and Ecuador respectively. Having lived and travelled throughout Latin America since 1983, they currently have a home in Ba?os in Ecuador where they edit the Latin America Travel Advisor.

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