Following the launch of the expectation campaign of the second stage of All You Need Is Ecuador in New York, the country continues to attract the attention of the inhabitants of the "Big Apple" with the actions implemented to promote Ecuador, until June 15, 2015.


With the participation of representatives of hotels, restaurants, resorts, tour operators and representatives of the autonomous governments, the Ministry of Tourism socialized in Tena the objectives of the First Travel Ecuador Program and the 2015 articulation commercial strategy.


After her meeting with businessmen and representatives of community tourism projects in this province, the Tourism Minister pledged the support of the State Department for the development of tourism in the province, highlighting the importance of the "value chain" generated by tourism...


The "Ecuador Meetings Tourism Power" Program held last May 29, 2015 carried out a familiarization tour aimed at promoting the country in the Middle of the World as the ideal business tourism destination.

Ecuador is increasingly more in the spotlight of the international tourism industry and its continued growth in the number of foreign arrivals to the country that have led to improved connectivity. Working together with airlines reflects excellent results.  Every time, there are more and more offers that travelers con purchase to visit Ecuador and its multiple destinations.


The Guayas School Vessel, considered the Itinerant Ambassador in the World's Seas, set sail from the main port of Guayaquil-Ecuador on May12, carrying the “All You Need Is Ecuador” logo. It travels with 142 sailors aboard during the 294 days that the whole tour takes.

Under the message ALL YOU NEED IS ECUADOR, the country presented the second phase of its campaign to the Tourism Trade in the United States and Canada; and to the MICE (Meeting Incentive Congress & Events) segment that took place last May in Frankfurt.


A restocking program of giant tortoises will be launched on the Santa Fe Island. The project will be implemented through the Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD).

The Closing and Graduation event of the beneficiaries of the Food Security Course taught by the Ministry of Tourism took place on Friday, May 29. The Course was offered to food and beverage servers in establishment located in San Blas, a traditional neighborhood in Historic Downtown Quito, to promote economic development through tourism in this area of the Capital City.


On May 26, 2015, the Ministry of Tourism developed the III Tourism Security Technical Committee meeting in Quito, in order to report on the progress made in the country on security issues, as well as to share future projects that will be implemented to strengthen security to benefit tourism in the country...