Alex Letiroyen (France) Ecuador Eco Adventure offered me a gift that i will remember for a long time: first he hosted me in his house in the best way possible,i really felt at home. Second he got us really cheap treks arround the city. Third he guided me and other fellow travelers to some remote and unknown places arround the chimborazo volcano. He took us to thermal springs. He took us to the most beautiful waterfall i’ve ever seen.
Robbie Finkel (Canada) The first morning we woke at an early hour of 5am. It was still dark on the winding back roads to a remote Hot Springs Spa only known by locals.
Wow, first time viewing a sunrise in a natural spa in the middle of the wilderness.
Later that day we hiked through some back country trails over rivers and streams to a waterfall canyon / cave high in the mountains. The following day high in the mountains above 3,000 meters we hiked across desert plains, open fields and through farming pastures that have not changed there look and methods in hundreds of years.
Philipp Petrenz (Germany) Ecuador Eco Adventure took us out on a horseback-riding trip around the beautiful Chimborazo Mountain. We got the horses from a local indigenous community, which were great, as they are both suitable for inexperienced riders and able to run like hell. We camped out in the sierra and arrived in a small place called Salinas the next day, just in time to watch the annual rodeo happen. Great fun! Our group was super entertaining and we had a caring and stunningly knowledgeable guide, so I highly recommend him for whichever tour or activity in this area.