Hacienda Caballo Campana



This city is known for its beautiful colonial appearance with narrow cobblestone streets, historic buildings, museums, beautiful parks, and indigenous markets. You will fall in love with the friendly people and colorful environment of Cuenca!


The village of Gualaceo has been nicknamed “the Garden of Azuay” because of its colorful and lush environment, favorable climate, and exceptional nature. The village is located near the river of Santa Barbara, which has calm clean waters that swimmers visit every day.


The town of Baños is at such an elevation that it provides incredible scenery of mountains and an abundance of flora. In down-town Baños, there stands a picturesque church from the 20th century. The architecture of the church is a mini-replica of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Opposite the church there is a look-out point with an inspiring panoramic view of the city.
This small village is famous throughout Ecuador for its thermal water baths, which contain the same water that flows underground along the volcanic fault of the city. The water is known as hypothermal, and emerges from the earth at a temperature of 78 degrees Celsius.