Photo: Ilan Greenfield
One of Ecuador’s quaintest views suddenly appears as you approach the medium-large fishing village of Puerto López. The beautiful golden sand shines against some of the Ecuadorian Pacific’s bluest waters, with picturesque boats hanging out about the bay. Surrounded by the lush forests of the Machalilla National Park, the sight has never failed to impress me.
Photo: Karina Dávila
If you are a nature lover and would like to observe some of the most amazing marine fauna, head to northern Peru. There you will be able to relax and recharge your batteries to continue the journey.
Los Organos, located around 1200 km north of Lima, has a heavenly beach where you can surf and try local sea food. From August to October you can see Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae), which arrive in Peruvian waters for breeding and calving.
Photo: Miguel Vieira
Chiloé is the largest island of the Chiloé Archipelago. It is located off the coast of Chile in the Pacific Ocean. The island is a must see if you are visiting Chile, especially in the summertime.
What make this island magical and unique is its nature, beautiful landscape, world heritage sites, whales, culture and food. It is a land of mythology, ghost ships and witches.
Chiloé offers many interesting things, but we will check five most exciting ones:
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