INCENTIVE TRAVEL IN ECUADOR
Ecuador is one of the smallest countries of South America, but also one of its most diverse destinations. This beautiful country hides four different worlds: the Amazon Rainforest, the Andes Mountains, the Pacific Coast, and the Galapagos Islands. Four worlds for unforgettable travel experiences!
Modern cities and unexplored destinations
Over the last years, Ecuador’s government has developed its infrastructure significantly, with the result that the main routes in the country are provided with highways of good quality. Also domestic flights between the mayor cities depart multiple times a day. Although the country’s larger cities are modern and fully equipped for international events, the many unexplored areas offer once-in-a-lifetime incentive experiences.
High diversity on a small surface
Both in terms of biodiversity and traditional cultures, is Ecuador a very diverse country. Thanks to it’s small size and good infrastructure, incentive travelers can gain an impressive variety of experiences in a short amount of time. Technically, it is possible to have breakfast in the Amazon Rainforest, enjoy lunch in Quito, and have dinner at the coast. Of course this would be a bit hasty, but it is no problem for your clients to hike a volcano, go bird watching in the jungle, and snorkel in front of a uninhabited island, all in one week.
Mix of history and modernity
As mentioned, top-notch events in the city can be easily combined with an authentic experience in the Andean countryside. For example, at only one or two hours driving from Quito and Guayaquil, small communities are living their traditional way of life and are happy to share this lifestyle with visitors. Even in the cities itself, historical experiences can be created at a short driving distance from the modern venue.
Top incentive destinations in Ecuador
Naturally, the Galapagos Islands, located at only a few hours traveling from mainland Ecuador, form a unique destination. But Ecuador has much more to offer, like the highest biodiversity of South America per square meter, a very rich culture, and extraordinary places for extreme sports, like mountaineering on volcanoes and whitewater rafting in the jungle.
Below only a few examples are listed, please do not hesitate to contact us to talk about all incentive travel opportunities in Ecuador.
This once-in-a-lifetime-destination can be traveled in two different ways: by boat with a cruise (4 to 15 days) or Island Hopping. Both options show incentive travelers beautiful volcanic landscapes and species that can be found no place else.
Exploring one of the most biodiverse areas in the world is an experience to never forget. Travelers can visit both the Upper Amazon and the Lower Amazon. Where the Upper Amazon is easier and faster to reach, the Lower Amazon is located even deeper in the jungle.
The Andean trains pass stunning landscapes and create unique, local travel experiences. In the multiple-day version, the luxury Tren Crucero, incentive travelers stay in charming colonial haciendas.