Is it safe to travel to Ecuador?

January 9th, 2024, marked a tumultuous day for Ecuador, as terrorist attacks disrupted its tranquility, particularly along the coast and in the vibrant city of Guayaquil. However, amidst these challenges, the resilience of the Ecuadorian spirit prevails. Today, on January 10th, 2024, we stand testament to this resilience, having successfully reached the summit of Chimborazo, and we are gearing up for more ascents tomorrow and on Saturday.

In the aftermath of the recent events, the Ecuadorian government has stood firmly behind its citizens, providing unwavering support to ensure the safety and well-being of both locals and visitors. This support extends to those in the tourism sector, including us, as we continue to pursue our passion for climbing in the breathtaking landscapes that Ecuador has to offer.

As the nation grapples with recent challenges, life persists with a sense of normalcy. Security measures are in place, and a 60-day curfew from 11 pm to 5 am underscores the commitment to restoring and maintaining order. Despite these measures, the Ecuadorian spirit remains unbroken, as evidenced by our successful climb of Chimborazo this morning.

Our commitment to adventure and exploration remains steadfast. Today’s successful ascent of Chimborazo symbolizes our determination to continue our activities, providing unique experiences for our clients. The government’s support ensures that our operations are not only secure but also contribute to the ongoing recovery and resilience of Ecuador.

Looking forward, our climbing adventures continue. Tomorrow, on January 11th, 2024, and on Saturday, we are poised to scale new heights, showcasing the breathtaking beauty of Ecuador’s national parks.

In the wake of the recent challenges faced by Ecuador, the government has emerged as a steadfast ally, providing crucial support to the tourism sector. Recognizing the importance of tourism to the nation’s economy, authorities are actively collaborating with businesses, including ours, to ensure the safety and well-being of both locals and visitors. The government’s commitment is evident in the implementation of comprehensive security measures, enabling us to continue our activities while prioritizing the safety of our clients. With a collaborative approach, the government is working hand in hand with the tourism industry, offering resources, guidance, and assurances that contribute to a secure environment. This support not only instills confidence in our operations but also reinforces Ecuador’s dedication to maintaining its status as a welcoming and secure destination for travelers from around the world.

As we reflect on the recent challenges faced by Ecuador, we are reminded that adversity only strengthens the resolve of its people. The support from the government, coupled with the indomitable spirit of adventure, propels us forward. Ecuador remains a destination where challenges are met head-on, and the pursuit of exploration and beauty perseveres. Today’s climb and the upcoming ascents serve as a testament to the enduring spirit of Ecuador, embracing both its challenges and triumphs with equal determination.