Kiwi Travellers Gallery of Ecuador’s mainland
The mainland of Ecuador is a traveler’s gold rush! Adventure sports, nature and a beautiful indigenous culture all nestled on the heart of the equator.
One step closer to home. Back in the southern hemisphere
The exact center of the earth! as approved by the Ecuadorian military
Making friends after learning how to tie here new traditional hair piece.
Bianca and an Alpaca, you choose who is who.
Exploring the indigenous handicrafts of Otavalo market
Cuicocha crater lake, a beautiful stop on our Otavalo Market tour.
La Roja, I caught this shot on a quiet Sunday night. These cobbled streets are usually filled wall to wall with people singing dancing and tourists out for dinner.
The busy neighbourhoods in Quito afterschool
Bianca always gets excited at these types of food markets. So many exotic and delicious fruits to be had.
We made it to the top! (in a van)
The old glaciers at the top of Quilotoa volcano melted into this beautiful crater lake.
Yet they survive happily in their traditional huts and farm the rich soils of the highlands.
The children of an indigenous Ecuadorian family. They have no need for electricity, internet or modern technology.
The Pailon del Diablo is a must visit!
We biked as far as Pailon del Diablo, an immense waterfall you can get up and close to.
Bianca found the end of a rainbow and now we’re rich!
A tree overlooks a cliff with two adventurous swings dangling off it. Definitely recommend having a try.
Set high in the hills behind Banos is the famous ‘Swing off the end of the earth’