Ecuador A Place Where Passing It Well

The territory is divided into three geographic zones: Costa, Sierra and Oriente. Account with two seasons: summer (dry season occurs from May to November) and winter (rainy season, from December to April). Coast: Season without rain during the summer on the coast the climate is fairly mild, with temperatures ranging from 19 degrees Celsius (?)(C) by night and 32?(C) during the day. In this season not raining and during this period the school period in that region of the country is carried out. What is you can wear? On the coast, during this heated year-round is can wear jeans or casual pants with blouses, t-shirts or shirts lightweight cotton or fresh textures, during the day. While at night can accompany a sweater or a sac that is not very sheltered, but rather lightweight.

Does rainy season: winter on the coast registers high temperatures, ranging from the 29?C to 38?(C) during the day and night. During this season of the year, national and foreign tourists tend to travel, because holidays of educational centres leveraging. The 2,235 km. of coast that has the country are visited by tourists who make the known route of the Sun and the beaches of emeralds the places most frequented by its pleasant climate not only during the winter but throughout the year. Sierra: rainy season in the Andes and the South there is a rainy and cold weather from November to April, so are recorded temperatures ranging between 7?C and 15?C.

the school period of this region is distinct from the coast and starting in September until May. So the saw holiday season contributes to that mainly emeralds beaches are visited by national and foreign tourists. There are those who prefer to visit other landscapes within the Serrania, one option is the path of the train, that allows using a rail car travel tourists the most beautiful area of the serrania, the novelty of this tour is that you can do it on the roof of the train, without mean a danger for visitors, by the low speed of the means of transport.

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