The Carnival holiday is over and nighttime mobility restrictions continue. Many return to their homes this February 13 and the most important thing is to know the state of the roads to take all the necessary precautions.
For example, in each canton and province a curfew applies according to the level of risk of insecurity. However, there are places where the risk is low in traffic lights and therefore there is no mobility impediment.
You can check in the 911 ECU tool if you are going to travel to different parts of the country. The digital system that is updated, according to the state of the roads.
The information is delivered in real time, at this link https://www.ecu911.gob.ec/consulta-de-vias/.
On the other hand, information on road conditions has been published in the X account of the Ministry of Transportation and Public Works.
He also reported that personnel carry out patrols and control on the State Road Network to make your trip safer. It also provides operators who will answer and answer questions.
Ecuador experienced a four-day holiday that will end tomorrow, Tuesday, and that has involved the massive displacement of people, especially local tourists who have gone to various destinations for the carnival festivities.
Cities such as Baños de Agua Santa, Ambato, Guaranda, Cuenca or Quito, as well as the beach resorts of Salinas, Villamil, Manta and Atacames, as well as Amazonian destinations in the cities of Napo or Puyo have concentrated the arrival of visitors for the Carnival.
In addition to allegorical parades and festivals, the carnival festivities in Ecuador are characterized by playing with water, a tradition that consists of soaking family and friends, and which, according to EFE.