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Want to learn and enjoy? Check out our Student Expeditions
http://www.greentrek.org/category/student-expeditions/ #Ecuador #adventure #Travel
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Quito, taking the title of Latin America’s Leading Destination for the fourth consecutive year!

https://www.worldtravelawards.com/press-284
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Discover the Galapagos with us www.greentrek.org
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International Donations-Help Ecuador!
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UPDATE ON ECUADOR’S TOURISM INFRASTRUCTURE & SERVICES FOLLOWING SATURDAY’S EARTHQUAKE.
Andes, Amazon & Galapagos, air & ground transportation and accommodations are fully operational.
Andes – All airports in the Andean region, including those in the cities of Quito, Latacunga, Cuenca, Loja and Tulcan, as well ground transportation and accommodations are fully operational and spared of any damage.
Amazon – All airports in the area are open and operating normally. The tourism infrastructure has not been affected and remains open and functioning.
Galapagos Islands – the Galapagos have not been affected by the quake or aftershocks. All airports, hotels and cruises in the area are fully operational and all tourism activities including guided tours and excursions are running.
The tsunami alert was lifted yesterday.
Coast – The port city of Guayaquil is reporting damage to roads, streets, bridges and other infrastructure across the city; however its airport and hotels remain open and fully operational.
The cities of Manta, Pedernales, Bahia de Caraquez, and Portoviejo have suffered extensive damage, including the collapse of several buildings and hotels and most roads leading to these cities are closed. notice, but remains open for flights carrying humanitarian assistance. The port of Manta remains in operation.
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Learn.  Connect.  Explore. www.greentrek.org
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Learning Journeys! www.greentrek.org
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