From short, half day visits to multi-day treks, Cajas National Park is a playground for budding Andean adventurers.
Panicked warnings of a receding Pink Tide aside, Venezuela's revolutionaries should pay careful attention to what happens next in Argentina.
Now that I've finally conquered Galapagos, I can officially say you don't need to incinerate your savings to actually put together a decent trip.
Rally-goers in Quito, Ecuador say, “The force of the people can't be silenced.”
When it comes to biodiversity, the Galapagos Islands are legendary.
Quito's colonial center is made for aimless wandering; you never know what you'll find around the next corner.
In country where basic safety standards are sci-fi, terrified residents of Ecuador's capital are freaking out about Cotopaxi's bad breath.
Ecuador is overflowing with great hiking and climbing opportunities, but where to start?
Imbabura sets itself apart from Ecuador's other volcanoes with its low, blown out crater, complete with evocative, primordial-style rock formations.
Banos has a reputation as a tourist town, but don't let that put you off. This little town straddling the eastern flanks of the Andes sees plenty of backpackers, but that hasn't ruined it one bit.