The Amazing Race 6 (Latin America)

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The Amazing Race 6 (Latin America)
Season run 5 October (Ecuador); 6 October (Rest of Latin America) – 28 December 2014 (Ecuador) ; 29 December 2014 (Rest of Latin America)
No. of episodes 13
Presenter Toya Montoya
Jaime Arellano
Winning team Giovanni López & Juan Carlos Estrada
Season statistics
Continents visited 1
Countries visited 1
Cities visited 13
No. of legs 12
Distance traveled 3,500 km (2,200 mi)
Season chronology
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The Amazing Race Latin America 6 (also known as The Amazing Race on Space 4) is the sixth season of the Latin American version of the U.S. reality show The Amazing Race. As in seasons prior, the show will consist of 11 teams of different nationalities competing, though for this season the race takes place entirely in Ecuador. The program broadcast throughout Latin America on cable network Space, and in Ecuador on TC Televisión. The prize for the winning team will be $100,000, significantly less than the prize given in previous seasons.

The program was hosted once again by Toya Montoya, who was joined by Ecuadorian presenter Jaime Arellano. This is the first time in the worldwide history of the format that the race is presented by a pair of hosts, as opposed to a single presenter.

Brothers-in-law from Ecuador, Giovanni López & Juan Carlos Estrada, were the winners of the race.


Casting for this season was held from 1 May to 10 July 2014 for Latin America. Filming began in late July, to finish in August 2014. The cast was revealed on 28 July 2014.[1]


The premiere of the new season aired in October 2014, airing in Latin America on Space, and in Ecuador on TC Televisión.


Team Relationship Position (by leg) Roadblocks performed
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Ecuador Giovanni & Juan Carlos Brothers-in-law 3rd 7th 3rd 3rd 5th 5th 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 2nd9 1st Giovanni 8, Juan Carlos 8
Argentina Javier & Nicolas Partners 2nd 8th 1st 5th 4th 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st9 2nd Javier 8, Nicolas 8
Mexico Juan & Cecilia Father/Daughter 5th 9th 8th 1stə4 2nd5 4th 6th 5th 4th 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd Juan 8, Cecilia 8
Ecuador Christian & Dina Friends 10th 6th 5th 6th 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 4th 4th Christian 7, Dina 7
Colombia Martín & Jenny Dating 4th 5th1 7th 4th 6th
6th 4th 4th8 5th 5th Martín 8, Jenny 5
Chile Stefanía & Felipe Married 1st 4th1 2nd 2nd 1st 1stε7 5th 6th Stefanía 47, Felipe 5
Colombia Sonia & Gabriel Friends 8th 1st 4th 7th 7th6 7th Sonia 4, Gabriel 4
Argentina Clara & Delfina Sisters 6th 2nd 6th 8th Clara 3, Delfina 2
Mexico Audi & David Friends 9th 3rd 9th3 Audi 1, David 1
Venezuela Carlos & Orlando Boyfriends 7th 10th2 Carlos 1, Orlando 1
Venezuela Ana & Vantroy Student/Teacher 11th Ana 0, Vantroy 1
  • A red team placement indicates that the team was eliminated.
  • A green ƒ indicates that the team won a Fast Forward clue. If placed next to a Leg number, this indicates that the Fast Forward was available for that Leg but not used.
  • A purple ε indicates that the team decided to use the Express Pass on that leg. A magenta ə indicates the team had previously been given the second Express Pass and used it on that leg.
  • A blue team placement indicates that the team came in last on a non-elimination leg.
    • An underlined blue team placement indicates that the team had to perform a Speed Bump in the next leg of the race.
    • An italicized blue team placement indicates that there was no penalty for the team.
  • A brown ⊃ or a cyan ⋑ indicates that the team chose to use one of the two U-Turns in a Double U-Turn; or indicates the team who received it;
    indicates that the team was U-Turned, but they used the second U-Turn on another team.
  • Matching colored symbols (orange +, teal ^, magenta –, olive * and brown ~) indicate teams who worked together during part of the leg as a result of an Intersection.
  • An underlined leg number indicates that there was no mandatory rest period at the Pit Stop and all teams were ordered to continue racing. The first place team was still awarded a prize for that leg.
  1. ^a b Stefanía & Felipe and Martín & Jenny initially arrived 1st and 2nd, respectively, but each team were issued 30-minute penalties for not washing the wool in the marked area during the Roadblock as the clue has specified. Their placements were dropped to 4th and 5th place, respectively.
  2. ^ Carlos & Orlando were issued a 1-hour penalty for interfering with the model during the Armar Detour. However, since they arrived at the Pit Stop last, they were eliminated without the 1-hour penalty being applied.
  3. ^ Audi & David elected to withdraw from the Race at the start of Leg 3 due to an injury Audi sustained at the Roadblock in Leg 1. While Audi was still hospitalised, Toya visited them to inform them of their elimination.
  4. ^ Juan & Cecilia used the Express Pass given to them by Stefanía & Felipe to bypass the Detour on Leg 4.
  5. ^ Juan & Cecilia initially arrived 2nd, but were issued a 15-minute penalty as they ignored the instructions in their clue and released their taxi at the U-Turn location. This did not affect their placement.
  6. ^ Sonia & Gabriel did not complete the other Detour as a result of being U-Turned and were issued a 2-hour penalty upon arriving at the Pit Stop. They arrived at the Pit Stop last, but were notified that it was a non-elimination leg. The 2-hour penalty they would have taken from the Detour/U-Turn was instead applied to their starting time in Leg 6.
  7. ^ Stefanía & Felipe used their Express Pass to bypass the second Roadblock on Leg 6. Before using the Express Pass, Stefanía elected to perform the Roadblock, and this is reflected in the total Roadblock count.
  8. ^ Martín & Jenny initially arrived 3rd, but they were issued a 30-minute penalty as they got on the bus after it had departed from the bus station, causing a safety hazard. Giovanni & Juan Carlos checked in during their penalty time, dropping Martín & Jenny to 4th.
  9. ^ Nicolas & Javier and Giovanni & Juan Carlos initially arrived 1st and 2nd, respectively, but each teams were issued 30-minute penalties for taking the rubber padding out of their hats during the final challenge of the leg, which was explicitly prohibited in the clue. This did not affect either teams' placements.

Race Summary[edit]

Route Map.

Leg 1 (Pichincha)[edit]

Airdate: October 6, 2014

In the race's first Roadblock, one team member had to descend the Cruz Loma hill using an offroad bicycle, to get their next clue from the bottom of the hill.

Additional tasks
  • At the Mariscal Sucre International Airport, the teams had to search for the Ecuador's tourism promotional logo that one of the traditional dancers had on their clothes. Once teams found one, they had to take the dancer to Toya and Jaime to receive their first clue.
  • Teams had to ride the Telefériqo to the top of the mountain, where they would find their next clue.
  • On La Ronda street, one team member had to put on a giant costume and walk down the street to the 24 de Mayo Boulevard. When they have walked the entire street, they are to be given a Claro Tablet with their next clue.

Leg 2 (Pichincha → Imbabura)[edit]

Airdate: October 13, 2014

  • Bus: Quito (Terminal Terrestre) to Otavalo, Imbabura Bandera Provincia Imbabura.svg
  • Otavalo (González Suárez Square)
  • Detour: Assemble or Weave Otavalo (Artesanal de los Ponchos Market or Kinti Huasi Intercultural Center)
  • Otavalo (Peguche Waterfall - Fakcha Llakta Solar Calendar) Roadblock: "Who likes to clean?"
  • Otavalo (Araque Waterpark)
  • Otavalo (Hotel Puerto Lago) Pit Stop: Leg 2

The first Detour of the race requires teams to choose between Armar (Assemble) and Tejer (Weave). In Armar, teams had to travel to the market and properly set up a stall using a completed stall for reference. Once it was perfect, teams would get their next clue. In Tejer, teams made their way to the Intercultural Center. There, they would have to use a loom to weave four traditional friendship bracelets that each followed a specific pattern. For each Detour, there were only five workstations available.

In the Roadblock, one team member had to load wool into a traditional carrying sack and search the area for Josefina, who would give them natural soap made from water and aloe to wash the wool with. They then had to climb up to the washing station to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At González Suárez Square, teams found a Tablet with their next clue. This would instruct them to properly braid a local's hair in the traditional manner.
  • At Araque Waterpark, teams had to row a traditional reed boat across the water to reach the Pit Stop.

Leg 3 (Imbabura → Pichincha)[edit]

Airdate: October 20, 2014

  • Bus: Otavalo to Quito, Pichincha Bandera Provincia Pichincha.svg (Terminals Terrestes)
  • Quito (Chimbacalle Train Station)
  • Quito (Hotel Quito) (Overnight Rest)
  • Railway: Quito (Chimbacalle Train Station) to Machachi, Pichincha (Aloasi Train Station)
  • Machachi (Ugshapamba Bee Farm)
  • Machachi (Sierraloma Lodge) Roadblock: "Who likes heights?"
  • Machachi (Hacienda El Porvenir - Cotopaxi Ropes Course) Roadblock: "Who has more balance?"
  • Machachi (Hacienda El Porvenir) Pit Stop: Leg 3

In this leg's first Roadblock, one team member had to climb the high-altitude ropes and agility course above the lodge. They had to make their way to many stations on the course, each of which was marked with a number. Teams had to add up the numbers to reach a total of 24 before leaping off a tall platform and getting their next clue.

In the leg's second Roadblock, that team member who did not participate the first Roadblock had to complete the Cotopaxi ropes course and retrieve a flag from the end. The flag could be exchanged for a Samsung Tablet with their next clue on it.

Additional task
  • At the Bee Farm, teams received a Claro beeper that they had to keep with them for the rest of the leg. Teams had to enter the orchard area and plant a circular arrangement of plants following a given example. If everything was correct, teams would get their next clue.

Leg 4 (Pichincha)[edit]

Airdate: October 27, 2014

  • Machachi (Hacienda El Porvenir - Field) Roadblock: "Who is most accurate?"
  • Machachi (Hacienda El Porvenir - Dock) Speed Bump: Harvest Grass Detour: Ribbons or Tie Up
  • Machachi (Hacienda El Porvenir - El Potrero de la Dorada)
  • Machachi (Hacienda El Porvenir - Loma del Cóndor) Pit Stop: Leg 4

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member would have to stand behind a designated line and throw an axe at a target painted on a piece of wood. If they could get the axe to stick into the part of the wood painted red, they would receive their next clue. For their Speed Bump, Juan & Cecilia needed to use a local tool to cut and harvest grass until they had filled a bag. Once they filled up, they could continue on to the Detour.

In this Detour, teams had to choose between Ribbons (Cintas) and Tie Up (Enlace). In Cintas, teams had to rid a horse along a marked course and then use a tiny stick to spear a ring attached to a hanging ribbon. In Enlace, teams would have to successfully throw a lasso around a fake bull head to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At El Potrero de la Dorada, teams received a CNT tablet that would instruct them to search the marked area for a horseshoe.
  • After finding the horseshoe, teams would be given a pedometer and had to count the number of steps they took to reach the Pit Stop.

Leg 5 (Pichincha → Tungurahua)[edit]

Airdate: November 3, 2014

  • Baños de Agua Santa, Tungurahua Bandera Provincia Tungurahua.svg (Parque Sebastián Acosta)
  • Baños de Agua Santa (Àmbato Street)
  • Baños de Agua Santa (Virgin Thermal Baths)
  • Detour: Air or Water Baños de Agua Santa (San Martín Canopy or La Chamana Falls)
  • Baños de Agua Santa (Palomino Flores Park) Double U-Turn: Christian & Dina U-Turned Martín & Jenny and Martín & Jenny U-Turned Sonia & Gabriel
  • Roadblock: "Who likes pirouettes?" Baños de Agua Santa (Bridge)
  • Baños de Agua Santa (Parque de la Familia de Baños - Mirador of the Agoyán Hydroelectrical Dam) Pit Stop: Leg 5

In this leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Aire (Air) and Agua (Water). In Aire, teams had to make their way to the San Martín Canopy, where they would complete a high-altitude course. They had to ride a zipline, then cross the Tibet bridge, a bridge with interspaced metal planks, followed by a rock-climb and another zipline. In Agua, both team members had to use a mechanical ascender to climb to the top of the La Chamana Falls and ring the bell at the top.

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to take part in the sport of puenting, where they would jump off a bridge while tied to a rope harness and swing below the bridge in a pendulum fashion.

Additional task
  • At Àmbato Street, teams had to properly make melcocha, a local honey-based sweet, by pulling and tugging the raw ingredients until they turned to a specific colour. Once it was done, they would have to properly pack 5 pieces of the melocha in the traditional manner to get their next clue.

Leg 6 (Tungurahua → Pastaza)[edit]

Airdate: November 10, 2014

  • Shell Mera, Pastaza Bandera Provincia Pastaza.svg (Alpayaco and Pastaza Rivers meeting point)
  • Shell Mera (Presidential Cabin) Roadblock: "Who can blow harder?"
  • Shell Mera (Yaicuna House) Speed Bump: Indigenous Welcome Ritual Roadblock: "Who is more daring?"
  • Shell Mera (Iwia Training Camp)
  • Shell Mera (Casa del Arbol) Pit Stop: Leg 6

In the first Roadblock, one team member had to utilize an indigenous blowgun known as a putuna to hit a hanging fruit. Once they had hit the fruit, teams would get their next clue.

For their Speed Bump, Sonia & Gabriel would have to learn and perform a local indigenous welcome ritual before they could continue on to the second Roadblock. In the second Roadblock, one team member (alternate team racer who did not complete the first Roadblock was not required) would have to eat five Chacuna, a type of worm, in order to get their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At the rivers' meeting point, teams would have to ride an inflatable raft down the river to reach the Presidential Cabin. Two teams could ride in each raft. Once at the cabin, teams had to perform a local ritual to get their next clue.
  • At the training camp, teams would have to complete a grueling military training course. This would include performing the 'Angel Jump', a face-first bungee drop off of a platform. After completing the course, teams would get their next clue.

Leg 7 (Pastaza → Chimborazo)[edit]

Airdate: November 17, 2014

  • Bus: Baños de Agua Santa, Tungurahua (Terminal Terrestre de Baños) to Riobamba, Chimborazo Bandera Provincia Chimborazo.svg (Terminal Terrestre de Riobamba)
  • Riobamba (Post Office of Ecuador)
  • Chimborazo Community (Cordillera Sector)
  • Chimborazo area (La Chorrera Alta) Roadblock: "Who likes geology?"
  • Chimborazo area (Chimborazo Lodge Marco Cruz) Detour: Iceman or Horseman
  • Chimborazo area (Wildlife protection reserve of Mount Chimborazo) Pit Stop: Leg 7

In this leg's Roadblock, the chosen team member would have to rappel 60m down the sheer face of a cliff. However, their partner first had to follow a path down to the bottom and wave a flag before they could begin their descent. Once they were reunited, teams would get their next clue.

The Detour was a choice between Hielero (Iceman) or Arriero (Horseman). In Hielero, teams had to use a traditional cloth to carry a "Chimborazo Ice Block" across the area. Once delivered, teams would get their next clue. In Arriero, teams had to take two alpacas from a pen and guide them to a local horseman to get their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • Teams had to search through the post office to find a key, and then use it to open the many mailboxes there until they found one with a Samsung Galaxy S5 inside.
  • At the Chimborazo Community, teams had to find a marked house and then set up a TV antenna on the roof. Once they could successfully tune in to the TC Channel, teams would get their next clue.

Leg 8 (Chimborazo → Azuay)[edit]

Airdate: November 24, 2014

  • Bus: Riobamba to Cuenca, Azuay Flag of Cuenca, Ecuador.svg (Terminals Terrestres)
  • Cuenca (San Blas Park)
  • Cuenca (Hotel Oro Verde)
  • Detour: Flowers or Mural Cuenca (Plaza de las Flores or Plaza del Otorongo)
  • Cuenca (Parque de la Madre) Blind U-Turn: Juan & Cecilia U-Turned Stefanía & Felipe
  • Cuenca (Social Circus) Roadblock: "Who's ready for the show?"
    • Speed Bump: Donate supplies Cuenca (Parque Inclusivo)
  • Cuenca (Pumapungo Mines) Pit Stop: Leg 8

The Detour had to choose between Flores (Flowers) or Mural. In Flores, teams would have to travel to Plaza de las Flores, where they had to create a flower arrangement that matched an example. In Mural, teams had to travel to Plaza del Otorongo and had to paint a mural that matched an example. After the Detour, they would be directed to the Blind U-Turn at Parque de la Madre.

For their Speed Bump, Juan & Cecilia had to complete their Speed Bump by picking up the eight backpacks nearby and walking them to Parque Inclusivo, and donate them. Once they had donated all eight backpacks, they could move on to the Roadblock. In this Roadblock, one member would have to climb the acrobatic cloth like a circus performer and perform four midair poses; the house, the bed, the star and the box, to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At San Blas Park, teams would have to convince people on the street to be weighed on a scale. Teams had to weigh people until they had accumulated a total of 1,000 pounds (450 kg) to receive their next clue.
  • At Hotel Oro Verde, teams signed up for departure times the following morning.
  • Along the way to the Pit Stop at Pumapungo Mines, teams would have to use a Samsung wrist device to time how long it took them to climb to the top of the structure that the Pit Stop was on.

Leg 9 (Azuay → Galápagos)[edit]

Airdate: December 1, 2014

In the first Roadblock of the leg, one team member had to dive into the water and search among the coral reefs for some artificial coral coloured with race colours, which could then be traded for their next clue.

In the second Roadblock of the leg, their teammate who did not perform the diving Roadblock had to help with reforesting efforts by planting 10 Scalesia trees in a marked area a long distance away to receive their next clue. They could only carry two tree saplings at a time along the marked path.

Additional tasks
  • At the beginning of the leg, teams were given a set of geographical coordinates and instructed to travel to the Claro Information Centre to look them up on the internet. The coordinates will lead them to Baltra Island, and they would get their next clue.
  • At Itabaca Canal, teams would have to get into a kayak and paddle themselves across to Santa Cruz Island.
  • At German Beach, teams would receive a questionnaire about the importance of the Galapagos Islands to humanity, and would have to search among many flags on the beach for the correct answers to these five questions. Once they had the five correct flags, teams would get their next clue.
  • At Finca El Manzanillo, teams would find decorative giant tortoise shells. Teams had to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S5 and use the Dual Camera mode to take a "selfie" with a real tortoise in the background. When their photo was approved, teams would receive their next clue.

Leg 10 (Galápagos → Santa Elena)[edit]

Airdate: December 8, 2014

In this leg's Speed Bump, Martín & Jenny had to get onto an inflatable raft while it was towed by a speed boat. If they could stay on the raft while the boat made some wild maneouvres, they could continue on to the Detour, a choice of Estacionar (Park) or Remar (Row). In Estacionar, teams had to swim out into the ocean to reach three paddleboats floating out there. They had to bring these three boats back to a parking location on the beach to get their next clue. In Remar, teams got into a kayak and had to zigzag around floating buoys until they reached a marked one, then return to shore. Teams had to do this three times for the next clue.

In this Roadblock, one team member had to stay upright on a wakeboard being towed by a speedboat for a full minute in order to get their next clue.

Additional task
  • After passing the U-Turn, teams then had to use a local vehicle known as a "carricoche" to reach Chipipe Beach. There, teams would have to utilize a large slingshot to launch melons at two towers of plastic buckets, knocking them all down. When everything was knocked down, teams would receive their next clue.

Leg 11 (Santa Elena)[edit]

Airdate: December 15, 2014

  • Bus: Santa Elena city (Terminal Terrestre) to Montanita
  • Montanita (Malecon)
  • Detour: Bartender or Disco Dancer Montanita (Caña Grill or Nativa Bambú Nightclub)
  • Montanita (Balsa Surf Camp Hotel)
  • Montanita (Ayangue Beach) Roadblock: "Who likes to download?"
  • Montanita (Olón Malecon)
  • Montanita (Olón Beach) Pit Stop: Leg 11

The Detour was a choice of Bartender or Disco Dancer. In Bartender, teams had to find the Caña Grill where they had to stack seven cocktail glasses into a pyramid, and then use a stack of mixing glasses to pour red and yellow colorful cocktails into each glass simultaneously. This had to be done in such a way that none of the cocktails mixed. Once successful, the team would get their next clue. In Disco Dancer, teams had to find Nativa Bambú, where they had to learn from an instructor a series of dance moves. When performing for the judges, teams had to spin a wheel to determine what outfit they had to wear while dancing. If they could perform the dance correctly and score at least 12 points with the judges, they would get their next clue.

In this Roadblock, one team member had to wade out to a boat and offload all of the items on it, taking care not to get any of them wet. The last item to unload would be a real person. If they could do this, they would get their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • Teams traveled by bus to Montanita, and had to find their next clue next to the surfboards on the Malecon. They then had to search the streets next to the Malecon for a surfer who would have their next clue.
  • After the Detour, teams would then sign up for departure times for the next morning at the Balsa Surf Camp Hotel.
  • At Malecon of Olón, teams received their clue directing them to the Pit Stop at Olón Beach; However, they had to cross the beach on stilts in order to step on the mat.

Leg 12 (Santa Elena → Manabí)[edit]

Airdate: December 22, 2014

  • Montanita to Manta, Manabí Bandera Provincia Manabí.svg (Terminal Terrestre)
  • Manta (Hotel Oro Verde)
  • Manta (San Mateo Port) Detour: Boat or Stand Up Paddle
  • Jaramijó (Jaramijó Naval Base) Roadblock: "Who can better protect their belongings?"
  • Jaramijó (Policía Nacional GIR Station)
  • Montecristi (Basílica Menor de la Virgen de Monserrat)
  • Montecristi (Ciudad Alfato) Pit Stop: Leg 12

The Detour was a between Bote (Boat) and Stand Up Paddle. In Boat, teams had to paddle a boat around the port, searching for the many boats that would give them a certain amount of fish. Once they had all 30 available fish, they would receive their next clue. In Stand Up Paddle, teams had to use a stand-up paddle board to make their way to many buoys, looking for ones that had puzzle pieces on them. Whenever they found one, they had to return it to shore before looking for another one. Once they had them all, they could piece together the puzzle to see their next clue.

For the Roadblock, one team member would ride in a military vehicle to the base's beach, then had to put on a backpack filled with a large amount of provisions and swim out to a buoy in the water. After circling it and returning to shore, teams found their next clue inside the backpack somewhere. Unknown to them was that they first had to prove themselves to the military trainers by dunking themselves in the water, rolling in the wet sand, and performing warm-up exercises. They would also have to use their breath to inflate their own life preserver.

Additional tasks
  • At the Hotel Oro Verde for departure times in the morning. The next morning, teams would get their next clue at the hotel's bar.
  • At the Policía Nacional GIR Station, teams had to complete a grueling pentathlon course that was designed to train police officers. Once they completed the course, an officer will give teams their next clue.
  • At the church at Montecristi, each team member would have to put a stack of 13 toquillla hats on their heads. They had to keep these hats balanced on their heads while they traveled on foot to Ciudad Alfato, a nearby location. They also had to activate the Samsung watch's pedometer function. At the end of the task is Ciudad Alfato, which was the Pit Stop.

Leg 13 (Manabi → Guayas)[edit]

Airdate: December 29, 2014

  • Bus: Manta to Guayaquil, Guayas Bandera Provincia Guayas.svg (Terminals Terrestres)
  • Guayaquil (Pilsener Plaza)
  • Guayaquil (Casa Pilsener Restaurant)
  • Guayaquil (TC Channel building) Roadblock: "Who likes the show?"
  • Guayaquil (Sanchez Aguilar Theatre)
  • Guayaquil (Parque Histórico de Guayaquil) Finish Line

The race's final Roadblock had one team member had to go through a difficult physical challenge course for Calle 7 TV. They had to build a bridge over a pool with a limited number of planks, then transport three blocks over it. They had to then climb up these blocks to retrieve a flag. They then had to climb to the top of an angled rope to retrieve another flag. Next, they had to lift up a very heavy canister and untangle it from a rope wrapped through a maze of wood. Then, they had to stand on a tiny platform and use a long chain to hook a tiny pail. Finally, they would ring a bell at the end of the course to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • Upon arrival in Guayaquil, teams had to find a trio of guitar players at the Pilsener Plaza. However, the guitar players would sing them a song about how they would get their next clue tomorrow at 11am.
  • At the Casa Pilsner restaurant, teams would have to correctly count the value of a large amount of poker chips. When teams provided with the correct value of 80,650, a dealer will hand teams their next clue.
  • At Sanchez Aguilar Theatre, teams had to search the many seats in the building for a small ticket. This would give them entry into the Zaruma hall, where teams will have to complete the final Memory Challenge: teams were given a selection of 54 people, 12 of which were the greeters that welcomed them to the Pit Stops. Teams used one of 12 Samsung Tablets to pick the greeters and place them in the order they appeared during the race. Once they had the correct individuals in the correct order, they could receive their final clue.


  1. ^ "The Amazing Race llega a Ecuador".

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