Esmeraldas E4-86 y Los Rios, Calle Esmeraldas E4-86 y Los Ríos, Juan Rodriguez E7-29 y Reina Victoria, , Office 608 Av. Los Shyris N36-188 and Naciones Unidas, Edificio Shyris Park Park, 100 Meters South of the Mall Quicentro Shopping, Diego de Almagro N 24-416, , Chile E1-17 and Montufar La Marin, , De Octubre y Colon 9, , Sebastian de Benalcazar N9-28, Between Oriente & Esmeraldas, Av 6 De Diciembre N 21-120 y Vicente Ramon Roca, A dos cuadras del parque El Ejido frente parada Galo Plaza Ecovia, Km 7 Via Valle Hermoso-Los Bancos, Av. América 45-60 y Mañosca Casa 2 Conjunto Jardines de las Américas, Av. Republica de El Salvador N 34-377, Mariana de Jesus E7-74 y La Pradera, Veintimilla Road, E9-33. Luis Tamayo Street., Frente a la Administración Zonal La Mariscal, Cotopaxi, Quito, Quito, Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador
2 - 12
Day 1: Cotopaxi National Park
Stop At: Cotopaxi National Park, Ecuador
Along the way, we’ll see various mountains including, El Corazon, Rumiñahui, Illinizas, Pasochoa, and Atacazo. The national park allows us the opportunity to hike around the lake at the foot of the Volcano. After, we’ll climb the volcano by vehicle until 4,500 meters. We’ll then climb until 4,800 meters where there is a refuge and from there continue up to the glaciers. Of course, all plans depend on weather and National Park restrictions. Visit the Interpretation Center. Overnight in Cotopaxi.
Duration: 4 hours
Accommodation included: Overnight at selected hotel in Cotopaxi
Day 2: Quilotoa Lagoon
Stop At: Laguna Quilotoa, Laguna de Quilotoa, 070701 Ecuador
Leave early in the morning to Quilotoa Lagoon. On the way, we’ll observe the colorful landscape of the moors and indigenous communities that inhabit the area. (Possibility to visit an indigenous market depending the day) At the lagoon, you can descend inside the crater and return on horseback or simply take a walk around the crater. Lunch in Quilotoa. Overnight in Baños
Duration: 4 hours
Accommodation included: Overnight in selected hotels in Baños
Day 3: Baños Village
Stop At: Pailon del Diablo (Devil's Cauldron), Rio Verde - 18Km From Banos, Banos Ecuador
A day of exploration of the town of Baños and the valley of the waterfalls. The Pailon del Diablo is the largest and most spectacular Ecuador´s falls. There is also an opportunity to visit the hot springs after which the town has been named. Visit The House Tree to take amazing pictures. Overnight in Riobamba
Duration: 4 hours
Accommodation included: Overnight at selected hotels in Riobamba
Day 4: Alausí- Devil´s Nose Train
Stop At: Centro Historico de Alausi, Calle Garcia Moreno, Villalba and Bolivar, Alausi Ecuador
After breakfast, early in the morning we depart to Alausí, just less than 100km (62 miles), beautiful old town with one hundred houses. Time to take the spectacular train considered the most difficult train of the XX century. You will descend gradually from the highlands to the lowlands, at times zigzagging or hugging the cliffs. In the descending at the lowest point the incredible devil´s nose an interesting rock will appear in the horizon. The trail descends and then returns to Alausí again. Then we return to Quito.
Duration: 3 hours
No accommodation included on this day.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level.
Not wheelchair accessible.
Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults.
Dress code is smart casual.
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking.
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required.
Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants.
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate.
Face masks required for travelers in public areas.
Face masks required for guides in public areas.
Face masks provided for travelers.
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas.
Gear/equipment sanitized between use.
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized.
Guides required to regularly wash hands.
Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms