Every year, the Inti Raymi festival takes place on the 24th of June. It is a religious ceremony that is still celebrated by many Quechua people. The literal translation of these Quechuan words is Celebration of the Sun. According to tradition, the first Inca named Pachatutec, […]Read More
This coming Wednesday (February the 14th) is Valentine’s Day. Don’t forget to get your lover a letter, card or the usual flowers. Of course, you can also surprise your crush with a more unexpected and original gift, such as a Galapagos Islands vacation. Celebrate your love […]Read More
Carnival best known from the festival in Rio de Janeiro with its eccentric clothes and dancing. Carnival in Ecuador is celebrated in its own way. Walking the street during this long weekend means you are a most likely in the middle of the event. What is […]Read More
It is very interesting to learn more about the Indigenous Community as their culture and lifestyle is extremely different from the modern human nowadays. For this reason, this blog deepens into the lifes of the indigenous. Inca women used to marry at the age of sixteen […]Read More
Ecuador Tours Traditions is a country full of unique traditions and customs, that make Ecuador a special place to visit and to experience. Like in other countries in South America, Ecuadorians are friendly, openminded and live their lifes with passion for music, dance and parties. If […]Read More
Christmas in Ecuador, Like in other countries, the Ecuadorians traditionally celebrate Christmas with the loved ones and it is all about spending time with family and friends. But it wouldn’t be Ecuador, if the “celebration of love” isn’t influenced by the Latino temperament. In the whole […]Read More
Gulliver Expeditions is a tour operator that offers unique Ecuador and Peru tours. Specialized in adventure travel such as climbing, mountain biking and horseback riding. We offer both pre-planned packages as well as tailor-made tours that can include the Amazon rainforest, once-in-a-lifetime Galapagos cruises and expeditions to Machu Picchu.