The average temperature of Quito, Ecuador in the summer is 66 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 50 degrees Fahrenheit at night. Temperatures during the day can reach a high of 76 degrees Fahrenheit. Quito's average t... More »

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The elevation of Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, is approximately 9,350 feet, according to Ecuador Explorer. Quito is located in a long, narrow valley in the Andes between the Volcano Pinchincha to the west and the c... More »

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An easy and efficient way to find an apartment to rent in Quito, Ecuador, is to look on the Internet. Numerous Web-based companies specialize in finding long- and short-term apartment rentals throughout the world, and th... More »

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The elevation of Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, is approximately 9,350 feet, according to Ecuador Explorer. Quito is located in a long, narrow valley in the Andes between the Volcano Pinchincha to the west and the c... More »

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An easy and efficient way to find an apartment to rent in Quito, Ecuador, is to look on the Internet. Numerous Web-based companies specialize in finding long- and short-term apartment rentals throughout the world, and th... More »

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Manta, Ecuador has beautiful coastlines and a developed infrastructure with modern conveniences, such as hot running water, electricity and paved roads. Manta is Ecuador's second largest port city and contains an immense... More »

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The climate in Ecuador can be either spring-like and cold or tropical and warm, depending on a person's location. If an individual is at the beach or in the rain forests, he experiences a tropical climate of hot and sunn... More »

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