Jubilee Travel Blogs

Planning a Trip to the Galapagos Islands

07/29/2016 in Galápagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most ecologically extraordinary places on the planet. The ecosystem that inspired Darwin – now a protected part of our world heritage - continues to fascinate. Free and fearless animals, different from any others found anywhere else in the world, awe visitors who make the journey to this remote destination.

If you're thinking about a...

Hiking to Machu Pichhu – What you Need to Know

07/06/2016 in Cerro Machupicchu

The Inca Trail to Machu Pichhu is a 39-kilometre trekking and camping trail. It is the hardest and most exciting way to get to Machu Picchu. The longest trail starts in Pisacucho (km 82) on the Machu Picchu railway. The trail crosses through different ecosystems, colossal archaeological sites and terrain rich in flora and fauna, before arriving at the Machu...

Amazing things to visit in Ecuador

06/30/2016 in Ecuador

1. Cotopaxi

Ecuador is famous for its volcanoes. Cotopaxi is the second-highest mountain peak in the country, and one of Its unique features is its one of the few glaciers located along the equator. Cotopaxi is near Quito, which makes for a great day trip for visitors who are staying in Quito but looking to get out of the city for...

10 Things you probably didn’t know about Venezuela but should

03/17/2016 in Venezuela

If you love nature, you would consider visiting Venezuela. That it is a biodiversity hotspot is not in doubt. You will have a time of your life exploring the jungles, the coastlines, the marine life and the cities. If you are considering spending your vacation in the country, make a point of learning a few things about it. Below is...

Travelling To Ecuador? Here are Some Facts About the Country

02/12/2016 in Ecuador

The name 'Ecuador' is Spanish for 'Republic of the Equator'. It is used in reference to the fact that this South American country is almost dissected by half by the geographical Equator.

The country is neighbor to Colombia on the north, Peru on the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The country's capital, Quito, was declared a...