The Middle of the World complex is the most visited place by travelers in Ecuador, there is the Middle of the World monument, pavilions, and museums so visitors can appreciate the history of Ecuador and the parallel line 0 in Ecuador was discovered.
On this expereince we will see the complex, monument and explore the museum which contains historical artifacts about euador, all while learning about the local culture. At the end of the tour we will virtually stand on the line where both hemispheres meet.
Join me on this amazing experience!
Meet Your Live Virtual Guide
Stefy is a very enthusiastic lover of the culture of her country. She has been a certified tour guide and tour manager for more than six years, and she knows all about its history, culture, archeology, nature, and animals. She just got her third degree as a lawyer. Her goal is to promote her country every day as a leading destination in South America and that many travelers fall in love with the biodiversity that exists in this country and help to preserve it. Prepare to smile as we discover the country of the four worlds in one: Ecuador.
How Beeyonder Works
What is a virtual tour?
All of our online tours are live and interactive. This means everyone on the tour can speak directly to the guide throughout the tour to experience the destination as if you are actually there.
How To Join A Tour
Easy to use! After booking, you get a unique link to a streaming platform, such as Zoom, to begin each tour. No other technology needed.
Tours for All Groups
Virtual tours are perfect for virtual events, team bonding and for large or small groups. We cater to individuals, corporate groups and senior groups. Our tours are engaging and inclusive for groups of all sizes.
Preparing for your Virtual Tour
Stable internet connection and Zoom
Kristi H, CalHR - Globetrotter
Stefy was amazing! I love her energy and enthusiasm and she was just excellent. This was the best experience and I am so appreciative of the time she spent with us. I learned so many things! Especially about the Guinea Pig! Thank you so much!