New and modern house totally equipped located in the geographic center of Ecuador safe and beautiful you can travel easy around 2 hours from Quito
Perfect location great deal price and a lot of extras stay a long as you want feel at home with us
The surroundings are very quiet and peaceful. You can relax and enjoy the scenery in the middle of a Eucalyptus forest
You can access the condominium by car only 10 minutes from downtown
Interaction with guests
From Ambato you can get to many places the leather market in Quisapincha, half an hour to Baños there is beautiful scenarios and lots of things to do we can help you transportation, food
Mi casa esta ubicada en un lugar tranquilo, orientada a un relax total , solo respetemos a los vecinos no hagamos ruido muy altas horas de la noche
Diego Paredes was born in Ambato, a city in the middle of the Ecuador Andes region surrounded by volcanoes, flora, fauna and beautiful sceneries. He was was always interested in geology and nature, and in 1998 he moved to the Galápagos Islands. Diego immediately fell in love with such an unique paradise. and wanted to continue his studies in order to help him understand his new home better. He attended Universidad Central del Ecuador and received a degree in Eco tourism. Then in 2005 he became a certified Naturalist Guide by the Galapagos National Park and has been working in the islands ever since.
He is a simple man who finds joy in taking photographs and spending time connected to nature. At the the same, He also enjoys being able to interpret and share both his knowledge and his passion for the beautiful Galapagos Islands with the rest of the world He is extremely fortunate to be able to spend a considerable amount of time traveling around the islands and the rest of his country. He combines his knowledge with photographic abilities to create pictures that express the essence of the Galápagos, He finds that birds are his most challenging yet favorite subject to capture through his lens.
When not in the Galápagos, Diego enjoys spending time with his daughter and family in Ambato. He tries to travel as much as possible and strongly believes traveling is best way to communicate his love for this planet and understand efforts others are involved in with protecting it for future generations.