Haciendas in Ecuador
Located just 30 minutes from Quito in the beautiful Los Chillos Valley, it has a traditional flavor, cozy and peaceful, to transport you into the past.
Situated 5 km north of Otavalo and boasting a gorgeous view of Imbabura, this colonial hacienda was built in 1790. One of its illustrious guests was General Simón Bolívar.
Located 90 minutes north of Quito, at the foot of Imbabura and near Lake San Pablo, this hacienda has 398 years of history, carefully conserved in the midst of beautiful gardens with more than 58 plant species that attract at least 50 different bird species.
rated by Outside Magazine as one of the world’s “TOP TEN FINDS in 1997.”
isolated high in the Ecuadorian Andes at the edge of Cotopaxi National Park , Hacienda Volcano Land is surrounded by the nation’s most breathtaking scenery and dominant peaks, including its guardian, Volcán Cotopaxi.
located in the lush cloud forest reserves of Northwest Ecuador, this exclusive ecolodge provides first-class service for those who want to tromp in the jungle during the day but sleep in full luxury at night. Explore ancient forests and magical waterfalls through a multitude of activities including whitewater rafting, horseback riding, jungle excursions, mountain biking, and bird watching.
a family hacienda and nature preserve that remains true to the concept of eco-tourism that it helped to start.
Situated in Patate Valley, Tungurahua Province, this property belonged to the Jesuits until they were expelled from the Americas by King Charles III of Spain, and was thereafter converted into a very prosperous hacienda.
It’s hard to leave a place so close to heaven” – Elle Magazine 1992.