• Q: What is a guided motorcycle tour?

    A guided Motorcycle tour is based settled date year where the departure is guaranteed, regardless if its one person or your whole family riding along with you.

    The whole logistics is sorted before hand and you basically don’t have to worry about anything other than riding. If your party is over 5 riders, there is a support vehicle following you at all times. This one will help with extra luggage room and tools in case something goes out of hand. That way you and your friends can continue the trip with no delays.

  • Q: Can you help me booking hotels before and after my tour?

    Of course! Not only that, but we can help you booking all sorts of activities and ideas before and after your tour with us. This includes Galapagos Islands

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental provide a briefing for my rental if its a model I’ve never ridden before?

    Yes, after a short introduction video of safety in Ecuador, one of our staff will go along with you through the controls on your motorcycle. The idea is for you to leave the store comfortable to enjoy your ride.

  • Q: How does the booking work?

    You can make your reservation at any time. We strongly recommend you to plan your ride ahead so no surprises will be encountered. We will need 50% of the total rental or tour package with at least 8 weeks in advance via our website check out system or PayPal account. This will help us to have everything ready upon your arrival.

    Once you arrive, you can cancel the 50% left with any major credit card:

    Visa, American Express, Diners Club and MasterCard.

  • Q: What is your cancellation policy?

    We do understand that sometimes things don’t ago according to plan, hence, you can cancel any time 8 weeks prior to your tour / rental date.

    We will reimburse you the deposit minus 10% of the total due to the fact that the logistics involved in planning the tour also produces expenses to us. Should you decide to cancel 8 weeks or earlier from your rental start date, the full 50% deposit will be held, and depending the case it could be considered to be kept for further use of the same rider.

  • Q: What documents do I need to rent a motorcycle from Ecuador Bike Rental?

    Basically:

    • Your passport (we’ll take a copy from it).
    • A valid driver’s license issued in your country with a motorcycle endorsement for all riders in your party.
    • A credit card to cover your damage waiver.
  • Q: What kind of license do I need?

    You need a valid driver’s license with a full motorcycle endorsement per rider.

  • Q: Is there any minimum age required?

    As almost everything good in life, if you’re 18, you’re good to roll!

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental have rain suits available for rent?

    A full rain suit is included in your package.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental have protective gear available?

    Absolutely. Helmets (2), Jackets, gloves boots and touring trousers are included in the package. However, we know how comfortable is when you ride with your own gear. For your full enjoyment, we encourage you to bring your own gear, we can keep it for you during the rest of your stay in Ecuador so you can travel lighter.

  • Q: How about two way comm systems?

    We use the latest Cardo Scala Pack Talk system and they are also included in the package.

  • Q: Are there saddlebags or any carriage system available for rent?

    Definitely. We have 35 lt waterproof last GIVI generation saddle bags, and a 45lt duffel if needed.

    All these are included in the package.

  • Q: How does your GPS tracking system work?

    Our systems are a two way data transmitter. We will be able to know exactly where you are in case something happens. The assistance covers 24 hours a day. The system also features a panic button. In case there is an emergency, we will be able to respond to you as soon as it happens. Feel at ease and confident that we’ll cover your back for you to enjoy your ride.

  • Q: What type of unit system does Ecuador work with?

    Ecuador is a bit of a mix. When it comes to speed and distances, metric systems are used (kilometers). And when it comes to volume and sometimes weight, english system is the most common use (US gallon, lbs.) So yes, gas here is cheap as heck, so don’t be confused, you are actually paying for gallons.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental offer airport pick up / drop off?

    We can offer you airport pick up/drop off upon request. It has an extra charge of USD 50 per party (from and to airport).

  • Q: Can customers walk in your offices and rent a motorcycle?

    Upon availability with other customer’s trips, we can check schedules and try to do our best to help you. However, we strongly suggest you to book your tour with at least 8 weeks in advance. We are posting when there’s available dates for each tour.

  • Q: Is it possible to carry a passenger?

    Yes, you can. As per Ecuadorean traffic laws, both need to have their own helmets. Protective gear is included for the occupants on each bike.

    Costs per passenger are specified in every tour.

  • Q: Will Ecuador Bike Rental have my motorcycle ready?

    Once we receive your final details and reservation payment, we’ll start working on your bike to be ready. You will receive a mechanical check sheet with the inspections done by our mechanical team for you to double check it if need be. It will also have all your add ons installed: saddle bags, GPS, protective gear, Pet shake dog on tank, etc…

  • Q: Can I add additional riders to my motorcycle rental?

    Yes you may. Just make sure your other riders are older than 18 and have a full motorcycle endorsed driver’s license.

  • Q: Is there a secure place to store my luggage while I’m having fun on the motorcycle?

    We can store your belongings in a secure place until your return. Should the need arise for us to keep some of your things a bit longer until your return from the rest of your stay in Ecuador, i.e: helmet, boots, etc… we can take care of them for you.

  • Q: Can Ecuador Bike Rental help me booking hotels and attractions along with my motorcycle rental?

    All attractions and hotels are included on the package, along with mentioned meals on the rental. The idea on guided tours is that you won’t have the need to use your wallet.

  • Q: What happens if I get a flat tire?

    Our guide will have a tire repair kit, a portable compressor and a bike repair tool kit. They are proficient on its use and will help you if the need arises.

  • Q: What is your policy in regards to fuel?

    The bike will be delivered with a full tank, and fill ups are included in the package.

  • Q: How are mechanical break downs handled?

    Given the type of motorcycles we use for rental and the condition we keep them at all times, the chance of a breakdown is very unlikely. However, our support truck will help you in case you need to and our tour guide will also assist you on light mechanic repairs. Furthermore, we count with a mechanic support network along our tour lines that can sort any possible issue.

  • Q: How about insurance?

    The rental includes a local third party insurance (SPPAT) ready for the motorcycle. The rental also includes a medical travel insurance for the rider. Please visit our insurance section at: https://ecuadorbikerental.com/insurance for more information.

    All of our bikes have mechanical features to reduce the damage to them: crash bars, engine protectors, vinyls, etc., and they are all insured by us. Depending your motorcycle, there will be an amount being held back to cover a deposit, which will be released once the bike has been returned.

  • Q: My first time in a new country, is it possible to pick up my tour outside of the city?

    Of course. It can be stressful to start your journey in the middle of ;traffic you are not used to. Stop signs and traffic lights can mislead your peers and you may end up loosing each other. Hence, when we’ll be discussing your final details, you can collect the motorcycle from one of our locations outside of town in the intersection with the main routes that will take you north, south, east or west.

  • Q: Can you tell me a bit more about the situation in Ecuador? How safe is it?

    Ecuador, is a pretty safe country. The people in the country love tourists; most of them depend on tourism to live. Traffic rules are the same as in the United States, with slight few changes that we will go over on our briefing prior to the beginning of your tour.

    If you’re walking on your own, its very unlikely that something could occur, however, as a precaution try to avoid walking on your own after bars are closed. Specially in the big cities.

  • Q: What happens if the weather is too severe to ride?

    Should conditions won’t allow the group to continue, there are back up plans to sustain your enjoyment. Arrangements will be made to make a detour and let you get back on track as soon as the weather allows. Decision to continue will be based on group’s vote, or on the guides opinion. However, Ecuador’s climate is very friendly and chances of bad weather are low.

  • Q: Is breakfast included?

    Yes, all breakfasts are included as well as the meals specified in the tour package.

  • Q: Can I leave the group while I’m on tour?

    Yes, you are allowed. However, please note that hotels and other logistics were booked upon the schedule. Should you decide to leave, there is no reimburse on hotels booked for the tour. We can help you to book your new hotels and such, and arrange the payment on your return.

  • Q: What is the difference between a self guided tour and a guided tour?

    Besides the obvious, a self guided tour, allows you to be more flexible with a day to day riding and is perfect for smaller groups. A guided tour, has fixed dates a year and is capable to accommodate more people in the same group. It also counts with a support vehicle following your party throughout the journey.

  • Q: If I have a restricted motorcycle license, can I still participate in a Tour?

    We’d love to say yes, but unfortunately it is not possible.

  • Q: I have my own motorcycle, can I ride along on a guided tour?

    Yes you can. The tour will be quoted for each individual upon request.

  • Q: Does the price vary depending on the motorcycle?

    Yes, it does. Every tour specifies what model can be used for what type of tour along with the price.

  • Q: Can we swap motorcycles in my group?

    Yes you can. You would have to sign each other’s rental contracts. In case your friend’s motorcycle is damaged in your hands, you will be held responsible for it.

  • Q: Can I go in the support truck if I get tired?

    The support truck is meant to be used in case of an emergency. If one of your group’s passenger is tired, exemptions can be made. However, the truck very likely will be loaded with a spare bike, which means there won’t be space for your rental on it.

  • Q: Will there be enough photo stops in the tour?

    Our guides know where to take the best pictures for you and will definitely let you know where to stop to get the best memories of your experience. Plus, it will also work as a leg stretcher to rest a little.

  • Q: How much luggage can I bring?

    Basically you will have two 35lt saddlebags and on some tours, 45lt duffel bag. Of course, our suggestion is to travel light. Should you opt for a long tour, many of the accommodations on the way have laundry services available.

  • Q: How about cancellation due to COVID?

    In case of COVID cancellation, there is a full refund of your deposit upon a POSITIVE COVID test that won’t allow your travel to happen.

  • Q: What is a self guided motorcycle tour?

    A self guided Motorcycle tour, gives you the chance to have freedom on the decision making, allowing you to own your adventure a bit more. Basically, you will count with a preprogrammed GPS unit on your motorcycle rental that will lead the way and your party’s. Hotels carefully selected are included all along your route. You also have the benefit to plan your trip any time of the year.

  • Q: Can you help me booking hotels before and after my tour?

    Of course!, not only that, but we can help booking all sorts of activities and ideas before and after.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental provides a briefing for my rental if its a model I’ve never ridden before?

    After a short safety introduction video, one of our staff will go along with you through the controls in your bike. The idea is for you to leave the store comfortable to enjoy your ride.

  • Q: How does the booking works?

    You can make your reservation at any time. As a good idea, plan your trip ahead so no surprises will be encountered. We’ll need 50% of the total rental or tour package with at least 6 weeks in advanced paid to our website check out or Paypal account. This will help us to have everything ready upon your arrival. Once you arrive, you can cancel the 50% left with any major credit card: Visa, American Express, Diners Club and MasterCard.

  • Q: What is your cancellation policy?

    We do understand that sometimes things don’t ago according to plan, hence, you can cancel at any time before 6 weeks prior your tour / rental date.

    We will reimburse you your deposit minus 10% of the total due to the fact that the logistics involved in planning the tour also produces expenses to us. Should you decide to cancel 6 weeks or earlier from your rental start date, the full 50% deposit will be held, and depending the case it could be considered to be kept for further use of the same rider.

  • Q: What documents do I need to rent a bike from Ecuador Bike Rental?

    Basically:

    Your passport (we’ll take a copy from it)

    A valid driver’s license issued in your country with a full motorcycle endorsement for all riders in your party

    A credit card to cover your damage waiver.

  • Q: What kind of license do I need?

    You need a valid driver’s license with a full motorcycle endorsement per rider.

  • Q: Is there any minimum age required?

    As almost everything good in life, if you’re 18, you’re good to roll!

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental have rain suits available for rent?

    Yes, we do. they come in two pieces. They are fully waterproof, breathable and adjustable to your waist. They come with reflective material for you to be seen.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental have protective gear available?

    Absolutely. Your motorcycle includes 2 helmets, touring jacket, touring trousers, gloves and boots. However, we know how comfortable is when you ride with your own gear. For your full enjoyment, we encourage you to bring your own helmet and boots. We can take care of your gear for you to travel light for the remaining of your days in Ecuador

  • Q: How about two way comm systems?

    We have them. Our Cardo Scala Pack talk sets are offered at a comfortable rental price.

  • Q: Are there saddlebags or any carriage system available for rent?

    Yes, they are included in your Self Guided Adventure. These are 35 lts last GIVI generation saddle bags and a 45lt duffel bag.

  • Q: How does your GPS tracking system work?

    Our systems are a two way data transmitter. We will be able to know exactly where you are in case something happens. The assistance covers 24 hours a day. The system also features a panic button. In case there is an emergency, we will be able to respond to you as soon as it happens. Feel at ease and confident that we’ll cover your back for you to enjoy your ride.

  • Q: What is the unit system in Ecuador?

    Ecuador is a bit of a mix. When it comes to speed and distances, metric systems are used (kilometers). And when it comes to volume and sometimes weight, english system is the most common use (US gallon, lbs.) So yes, gas here is cheap as heck, so don’t be confused, you are actually paying for gallons. .

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental offer airport pick up / drop off?

    Yes, we do. At the time to confirm details, we’ll need you to request it. It has an extra charge of US 50 per party (from and to airport). .

  • Q: Can customers walk in?

    Upon availability with other customer’s trips, we can check schedules and try to do our best to help you.

  • Q: Is it possible to carry a passenger?

    Yes, you can. As per ecuadorian traffic laws, both need to have their own helmets, which are included in the rental.

    If assistance is asked for activities and accommodation, there will be an extra charge for the passenger to cover those expenses.

  • Q: Will Ecuador Bike Rental have my motorcycle ready?

    Once we receive your final details and reservation payment, we’ll start working on your bike to be ready. You will receive a mechanical check sheet with the inspections done by our mechanical team for you to double check it if need be. It will also have all your add ons installed: saddle bags, GPS, protective gear, Pet shake dog on tank, etc…

  • Q: Can I add additional riders to my motorcycle rental?

    Yes you may. Just make sure your other rider is older than 18 years old and have a full motorcycle endorsed driver’s license.

  • Q: Is there a secure place to store my luggage while I’m having fun on the motorcycle?

    Of course. We can store your belongings in a secure place until your return. Should the need arise for us to keep some of your things a bit longer until your return from the rest of your stay in Ecuador, i.e: helmet, boots, etc… we can take care of them for you.

  • Q: Can Ecuador Bike Rental help me booking hotels and attractions along with my motorcycle rental?

    Absolutely, we can give you a hand, although if that is the case and you need assistance, perhaps will be more convenient for you to try our guided tour packages.

  • Q: What happens if I get a flat tire?

    Along with your rental, you will receive a tire repair kit and a quick brief on how to use it. You also get a portable compressor to be bullet proof on your journey. With these two, you should be able to continue your journey at ease. Make sure you park in a secure place, not too close the shoulder of the road before you start with the repairs.

    Should the case arises and will be difficult for you to fix the issue, we count with several breakdown points around the country that will be able to help you.

  • Q: How are mechanical break downs handled?

    Given the type of motorcycles we use for rental and the condition we keep them at all times, the chance of a breakdown is very unlikely. Our support truck will help you in case is needed and our tour guide will also assist you in case light mechanic repairs are needed. Furthermore, we count with a mechanic support network along our tour lines that can sort any possible issue.

  • Q: How about insurance?

    The rental includes a local third party insurance (SPPAT) ready for the motorcycle. The rental also includes a medical travel insurance for the rider and passenger. Please visit our insurance section at: https://ecuadorbikerental.com/insurance for more information.

    All of our bikes have mechanical features to reduce the damage to them: crash bars, skid plates, vinyls, etc., and they are all insured by us. Depending your motorcycle, there will be an amount being held back to cover a deposit, which will be released once the bike has been returned.

  • Q: My first time in a new country, is it possible to pick up my tour outside of the city?

    Of course. It can be stressful to start your journey in the middle of a traffic you are not used to. Stop signs and traffic lights can mislead your peers and end up loosing each other. Hence, when we’ll be discussing your final details, you can collect the motorcycle from one of our locations outside of town in the intersection with the main routes that will take you north, south, east or west.

  • Q: Can you tell me a bit more about the situation in Ecuador? How safe is it?

    Ecuador, is a pretty safe country. The people in the country love tourists; they know most of them depend on tourism to live. Traffic rules are the same as in the United States, with slight few changes. If you’re walking on your own, its very unlikely that something could occur, however, as a precaution try to avoid walking on your own after bars are closed. Specially in the big cities.

  • Q: What happens if the weather is too severe to ride?

    From the very few things we don’t have control over, this is one of them. Weather conditions are not guaranteed for our self tour packages, hence, we are not liable for any unpleasant nor unsuitable weather changes. No refunds shall be granted for such conditions.

  • Q: Is breakfast included?

    YES, breakfast is included.

  • Q: Can we customize our own tour?

    Absolutely!, one of the advantages of this tour is the facility you have to do things on your own way and schedule free.

  • Q: What is the difference between a self guided tour and a guided tour?

    Besides the obvious, a self guided tour, allows you to be more flexible with a day to day riding and is perfect for smaller groups. A guided tour, has fixed dates a year and is capable to accommodate more people in the same group. It also counts with a support vehicle following the group throughout the journey.

  • Q: If I have a restricted motorcycle license, can I still participate in a Tour?

    We’d love to say yes, but unfortunately is not possible.

  • Q: Is it possible to make changes on hotel dates prior to start the tour, or while being on it?

    It is possible to change dates on your required hotels, under a surcharge if this is applied by the hotel policy. However, once you have started the tour, is not possible to make changes as the hotels are booked in advanced. We do offer you assistance to make new reservations should the need arises via our support centre. The cost will be charged when you get back.

  • Q: How about cancellation due to COVID?

    In case of COVID cancellation, there is a full refund upon a POSITIVE COVID test that won’t allow your travel to happen.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental offer discounts?

    Yes, we do offer discounts:

    • 5% discount for groups 3 or more motorcycles
    • Discounts for number of reservation days:
      • 1 – 6 days: Standard rate
      • 7 – 13 days: 7% off
      • 14 – 25 days: 15% off
      • 26 days and on: 20% off
    • Booking through or Deals Page
    • Promotion codes

    Discounts will be applied to your reservation automatically, as long as the criteria explained met. Discounts can not be combined with other promotions or customer discounts.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental provide a briefing for my rental if its a model I’ve never ridden before?

    Yes, after a short safety video, one of our staff members will go along with you through the controls in your bike. The idea is for you to leave the store comfortable to enjoy your ride.

  • Q: Can you help me booking hotels before and after my tour?

    Of course! Not only that, but we can help you booking all sorts of activities and ideas before and after your tour with us.

  • Q: How does the booking work?

    You can make your reservation at any time. We strongly suggest you plan your trip ahead so no surprises will be encountered. We’ll need 50% payment of the total rental or tour package with at least 6 weeks in advance at our website check out or PayPal account. This will help us to have everything ready upon your arrival.

    Once you arrive, you can cancel the 50% left with any major credit card:

    Visa, MasterCard or American Express.

  • Q: What is your cancellation policy?

    We do understand that sometimes things don’t ago according to plan, hence, you can cancel at any time 6 weeks prior to the start of your tour / rental.

    We will reimburse you your deposit minus 10% of the total due to the fact that the logistics involved in planning the tour also produce expenses to us. Should you decide to cancel 6 weeks or earlier from your rental start date, the full 50% deposit will be held, and depending the case it could be considered to be kept for further use of the same rider. In case of COVID cancellation, there is a full refund upon a POSITIVE COVID test that won’t allow your travel to happen.

  • Q: What documents do I need to rent a bike from Ecuador Bike Rental?

    Basically:

    • Your passport (we’ll take a copy from it)

    • A valid driver’s license issued in your country with a motorcycle endorsement for all riders in your party

    • A credit card to cover your damage waiver.

  • Q: What kind of license do I need?

    You need a valid driver’s license with a full motorcycle endorsement per rider.

  • Q: Is there any minimum age required?

    As almost everything good in life, if you’re 18, you’re good to roll!

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental have rain suits available?

    Yes we do, they come in two pieces. They are fully waterproof, breathable and adjustable to your waist. They come with reflective material for you to be seen.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental have protective gear available?

    Absolutely. Your motorcycle includes 2 helmets, touring jacket, touring trousers, gloves. However, we know how comfortable it is when you ride with your own gear. For your full enjoyment, we encourage you to bring at least your own helmet and boots.We can take care of it for the remaining of your stay in Ecuador so you can travel light.

  • Q: How about two way comm systems?

    Our system is the latest models of Cardo Scala Pack Talks, and they are available for rental at a comfortable price.

  • Q: How does your GPS tracking system work?

    Our systems are a two way data transmitter. We will be able to know exactly where you are in case something happens. The assistance covers 24 hours a day. The system also features a panic button. In case there is an emergency, we will be able to respond to you as soon as it happens. Feel at ease and confident that we’ll cover your back for you to enjoy your ride.

  • Q: What unit system Ecuador works with?

    Ecuador is a bit of a mix. When it comes to speed and distances, metric systems are used (kilometers). And when it comes to volume and sometimes weight, english system is the most common use (US gallon, lbs.) So yes, gas here is cheap as heck, so don’t be confused, you are actually paying for gallons.

  • Q: Does Ecuador Bike Rental offer airport pick up / drop off?

    Yes, we do. We can offer you airport pick up/drop off upon your request. It has an extra fee of USD 50 per party (from and to airport). (up to 4 ppl).

  • Q: Can customers walk into your offices and rent a motorcycle?

    Of course you can. We’ll be waiting for you at our shop during working hours. If you need it outside office hours, just give us a call. There is NO extra charge.

  • Q: Is it possible to carry a passenger?

    Yes, you can. As per ecuadorian traffic laws, both need to have their own helmets, which are included in the rental.

  • Q: Will Ecuador Bike Rental have my bike ready?

    Once we receive your final details and reservation payment, we’ll start working on your bike to be ready. You will receive a mechanical check sheet with the inspections done by our mechanical team for you to double check it if need be. It will also have all your add ons installed: saddle bags, GPS, protective gear, Pet shake dog on tank, etc.

  • Q: Can I add additional riders to my rental?

    Yes you may. The price of the rental is per bike. Just make sure your other rider is older than 18 and have a full motorcycle endorsement driver’s license.

  • Q: Is there a secure place to store my luggage while I’m having fun on the bike?

    Of course. We can store your belongings in a secure place until your return. Should the need arise for us to keep some of your things a bit longer until your return from the rest of your stay in Ecuador, i.e: helmet, boots, etc… we can take care of them for you.

  • Q: Can Ecuador Bike Rental help me booking hotels and attractions along with my rental?

    Absolutely, we can give you a hand, although if that is the case and you need assistance, perhaps it would be more convenient for you to try our self guided tour or guided tour packages.

  • Q: What happens if i get a flat tire?

    Along with your rental, you will receive a tire repair kit and a quick brief on how to use it. You get a portable compressor to be bullet proof on your journey. With these two, you should be able to continue your journey at ease.

    Make sure you park in a secure place, not too close to the shoulder of the road before you start with the repairs.

    Should the case arise and will be difficult for you to fix the issue, we count witha vast shop network around the country that will be able to help you.

  • Q: What is your policy in regards to fuel?

    Enjoy your ride at ease with a fully fueled tank in the beginning of your rental, and return the bike with a full tank after you’re done riding.

  • Q: How are mechanical break downs handled?

    Given the type of bikes and the condition we keep them at all times, the chance of a breakdown is very unlikely. However, at Ecuador Bike Rental we will have you monitored. If we see that something has happened we will get a hold of you. You can contact us on our emergency phone line given to you at the moment of rental. There is also the use of the panic button in worse case scenario. At this point, we will help you to troubleshoot the problem and if there is no solution, we can rush you a spare bike while we take care of the other one. Remember, that a flat tire or events like wearing out the battery due to miss use are not considered a breakdown.

  • Q: How about insurance?

    The rental includes a local third party insurance (SPPAT) ready for the bike. It also includes medical insurance in case of a collision with another vehicle.

    We do however, recommend you to a travel insurance plan to cover any trip cancellation or further medical expenses.

    All of our bikes have mechanical features to reduce the damage to them, and they are all insured by us. Depending your motorcycle, there will be an amount being held back to cover a deposit, which will be released once the bike has been returned.

  • Q: Am I able to take my rental across international borders?

    You may, however you need to let us know that this is your plan to prepare the needed paperwork so you can take the bike out of the border.

  • Q: My first time in a new country, is it possible to pick up my rentals outside of the city?

    Of course. It can be stressful to start your journey in the middle of a traffic you are not used to. Stop signs and traffic lights can mislead your peers and you may end up losing each other. Hence, when we’ll be discussing your final details, you can collect the motorcycle from one of our locations outside of town in the intersection with the main routes that will take you north, south, east or west.

  • Q: Can you tell me a bit more about the situation in Ecuador? How safe is it?

    Ecuador, despite some Hollywood movies showing the opposite, its a pretty safe country. The people in the country is friendly, specially with tourists as most of them depend on tourism to live. Traffic rules are the same as in the United States, with slight few changes.

    If you’re walking on your own, its very unlikely that something could occur, however, as a precaution try to avoid walking on your own after bars are closed. Specially in the big cities.

  • Q: Do you charge per day rented or is it 24 hours?

    Its a 24 hour rental. No surprises there.

  • Q: How about cancellation due to COVID?

    In case of COVID cancellation, there is a full refund upon a POSITIVE COVID test that won’t allow your travel to happen.