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A holiday designed just for you to suit your tastes and budget.
Fabulous experiences to inspire young minds
Something amazing to look forward to, something wonderful to look back on.
Read what our clients say about their trips to Ecuador
The classic combination.
A few days on the mainland before a Galapagos cruise.
Discover the very best.
Get to know Quito like a native.
Wonderful nature experiences in comfortable style.
The people at the heart of Pacha Mama.
Ride on the 'world's most difficult' railway.
Relax and explore.
Time in the Andes.
Join a group of like-minded travellers to experience Ecuador's classic highlights.
Choose your cruise in the Galapagos Islands, a short flight from mainland Ecuador.
Plenty of action for lively couples, friends and active families.
Great walking, staying at rural guesthouses.
Explore and get fit on leg-stretching day walks staying at comfortable hotels.
Trek to the summit of the highest active volcano in the world.
The best 2 weeks of birding you may ever have.
An essential second visit.
7 days birding in the north east with stunning birding around Wild Sumaco.
Notable birding sites on the western slopes of the Andes, with some key extras.
A great way to round off a birdwatching trip to Andes or Amazon.
Helpful advice and expert knowledge is just a phone call away
Best times, busiest times, and times to avoid.
Getting the best from the options available.
Options for getting about.
We can book your flights, or you could book your own if you prefer.
Destinations that combine well.
What our customers say about their trips to Ecuador
Ecuador's spectacular capital and historic centre.
Volcanoes, wonderful scenery and colourful communities.
Cloud forests, prosperous haciendas, busy traditional markets.
Cuenca, craft villages, and the Valley of Eternal Youth.
Introducing the mighty Amazon Rainforest
Ecuador's Pacific coast is busy with trade, fishing and farming.
'The closest thing to Eden on Earth'. Plan your trip to the islands that inspired Charles Darwin.
The Equator crosses Ecuador 20km north of the capital, Quito.
Colourful local markets and handicrafts.
It has often been said that Ecuador reflects all of South America in one country.
Ecuador certainly has a lot to offer, and in a
small space, much more for its size than any other in South America
Ecuador's weather varies little throughout the year, but there are large variations around the country, primarily due to altitude.
Geodyssey works with all the major airlines to Ecuador with very competitive fares on a choice of routes.
Ecuador offers visitors everything from converted colonial mansions, to characterful haciendas and rustic lodges.
The best way to experience the country is to be accompanied by a guide and driver.
There's a lot to see and do in Ecuador - enough for several trips - but a good combination would be with its neighbour Peru.
Quito is a spectacular city with a wonderful historic centre recalling its intriguing past. Volcanoes pepper the horizon.
Fifty volcanoes touch the sky on either side of the Incan Royal Road that follows the spine of the Andes. Rugged high farmlands support proud indigenous communities and the haciendas of colonial estates.
Prosperous haciendas, colourful markets, cloud forests, spectacular mountain landscapes and high Andean passes.
The Amazon basin starts at the very edge of Ecuador's Andes. Here the land is more fertile than in the heart of the Amazon, and the forest supports more wildlife. Several good wildlife lodges provide an excellent ...
Broad lowlands west of the Andes meet the Pacific ocean in a varied coastline.
A profound and unique experience of being on equal terms with nature in an arcadian paradise.