Ecuador is a collaboration of four natural worlds put together; ranging from the Galapagos Islands, Coastal Lowlands, Amazon Rain forest and right up to the Andean Highlands. Put together, it becomes a spectacular transition of natures best. The country on its hand is an embodiment of its colonial history. Many of the cities and areas of Ecuador are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include places like the Galapagos Islands and the city of Cuenca. Its capital, Quito is the first city to be named a UNESCO Heritage Site is one of South America’s best-preserved colonial centres. Explore the Old Town of Quito with its gorgeous mixture of colonial and independence era architectures ranging from museums to monuments. Take the Teleferico, the second-highest cable car in to world upward the Pichincha Volcano to get an amazing aerial view of Quito and its surroundings. Visit the Monument to the Middle of the World. Go on the road trip of a lifetime along the Quilotoa Loop. Go bird watching and attempt to spot the 500 different species of birds and butterflies at the Mindo Cloud Forest. Get to the closest point you can get to the sun from the earth at Ecuador’s highest summit, Volcán Chimborazo.