This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve, Crater Volcan Pululahua mirador de Pululahua, Calacali 170154 Ecuador
We will head to Pululahua to visit the lookout of the crater, one of only two inhabited craters in the world.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Mitad Del Mundo, Avenida Manuel Cordova Galarza KM. 13/5, San Antonio de Pichincha, Quito 170180 Ecuador
We, then, will visit the Middle of the World Touristic Complex with a Full-Pass Access to enter to all attractions to get the best picture with one foot in each hemisphere; we will visit the Equatorial Line Museum where you can see various demonstrations of natural phenomena, gravity and balance manifested in the Equatorial Zone.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Agave Spirit, Quishuar N 3-29 Casitahua, Pomasqui, Quito 170177 Ecuador
Finally, you will visit the Agave Museum where you will have a tasting of this ancestral drink. Return to the start point at 07:00 pm approximately.
Duration: 1 hour
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Near public transportation.
Infants must sit on laps.
Transportation is wheelchair accessible.
Most travelers can participate.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 34 travelers.
Face masks required for travelers in public areas.
Face masks required for guides in public areas.
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff.
Social distancing enforced throughout experience.
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized.
Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
Wish we had a English guide in the monument. Other than that, trip was great. Especially liked the trip to Casa Agava which was interesting and fun!
My friend and I had the greatest time riding the red tour bus. The tourist guide was knowledgeable, happy tone of voice. The driver was on time.
My tour guide Andrea was amazing! Enthusiastic and informative. I learned about the city and the trip to the Middle of the World is a must see! They even stamp your passport! I felt like we had too much free time there and would have rather left about 30-45 minutes earlier especially with all the traffic!
Sorry to say, but this is just a tourist trap where you are stranded for over 2 hours looking at their shops. Use your time in Ecuador better, skip this tour.
I love this tour. It was fun and entertaining tour.
Mitad del Mundo is really a must-see! Our guide was enthusiastic and the trip was a lot of fun and a great introduction to Ecuador. : Visiting the crater prior to Mitad del Mundo was also a nice addition to the tour. Definitely recommend!!
This tour took us to the Mitad del Mundo and allowed us to spend 2-3 hours by ourselves in that place. It's good value for your money.
This tour was amazing!! Before touring the Middle of the Earth we had a chance to see the beautiful and massive Crater. My 11 yr old son was so impressed he said he would live there! The tour guide was very knowledgeable when visiting the Mitad del Mundo he made sure we understood all aspects of the tour, he asked questions and made it very interesting. The lunch was delicious! There was a travelling band at the restaurant and we bought their CD. I highly recommend this tour!
It was totally worth it!! the tour guide spoke good english and answered every single questions we had during the tour. We had so much fun and learned so much during the tour. We definitely recommend this tour to others!
The open air museum was lots of fun. A must do in Ecuador!
Totally worth it! Not only was our guide Alex fantastic, but the private transportation in a very nice bus made the trip to/from enjoyable. Also made friends with other solo travelers in the really nice-sized diverse group. Alex provided lots of interesting information the entire way and at each stop. The first stop is at Pululahua volcano - what an incredible view! We then headed to La Ciudad Mitad del Mundo where you get the first hour free for lunch not included, but good and affordable, then an hour guided tour, and an hour to explore all the other museums/areas entrances included. I know people who have worked there way to the Ciudad Mitad Mundo on their own using public transport and they say it was ok, but took a really long time and they didn't get any of the benefits of having a guide, so if you can afford the tour, I'd say book! :