Find out if you need adapters.

Most accommodations will have electricity sockets for you to charge your deviced, but bear in mind that electricity cuts are common on Quilotoa Loop.

Here in Ecuador we use electrical outlets with between 100-120V. Ecuador uses electrical sockets with two flat pins:

Not all gadgets require a voltage converter—you may be able to get by with just a simple plug adapter.

Some appliances such as chargers for laptops, digital cameras or mobile phones, may already be compatible with multiple voltages and may just need a travel adapter. Make sure to check the voltage labels on your appliances or chargers to see if you need to bring an adapter or converter and adapter.


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