in Manuel Cordova Galarza, Quito, Ecuador

Mitad del Mundo and Puluahua tour, including entrances

Manuel Cordova Galarza, Quito, Ecuador

28.50 USD

1 - 15

4 hrs

From $28.50 USD
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Tour Information

  • Discover the famous monument on the equatorial line inside the Mitad del Mundo Touristic Complex with access to all its attractions and the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve where we visit a viewpoint of the inhabited crater of an active volcano.

  • Around:
    • Manuel Cordova Galarza
    • Quito, Ecuador
  • Pickup: Quito Tour Bus / Bulevar Naciones Unidas, Naciones Unidas Ave, Quito 170506, Ecuador

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Time of Tour
  • Departure at: 2:00 PM
  • Duration: 4 hrs

  • Price per person: $28.50
  • Size: 1 - 15 people
  • Discount: 0%
  • Languages: English - Guide

  • Tourist transport Note: Double decker bus we reserve the right to change vehicle witout prior notice.
    Bilingual guide (English / Spanish).
    All entrances.
    Entry/Admission - Pululahua Volcano & Geobotanical Reserve.
    Entry/Admission - Mitad Del Mundo

  • Details not especified.
    Food and drinks.
    Hotel pick up and drop-off.

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience

Mitad del Mundo and Puluahua tour, including entrances

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Pululahua Volcano & Geobotanical Reserve, Quito 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

After, you will visit the Middle of the World Tourist Complex where you will do some experiences in the equinoctial line, visit an Equatorial museum which is 30 meters high and was built in honor of the Geodesic Mission, Cultural Pavilions, and more.

Duration: 3 hours

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Additional Information

Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Wheelchair accessible.
Stroller accessible.
Near public transportation.
Infants must sit on laps.
Transportation is wheelchair accessible.
Most travelers can participate.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 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


3.5 stars, based on 2 reviews
Beth P
Beth P

For starters, Mitad del Mundo is not precisely on the equator; the true equator is about 200 feet away. The science museum was so-so at best, with many of the exhibits not in working order. The famous demonstration of water going clockwise down the drain on one side of the equator and counter-clockwise on the other side was rigged with faucets aimed to create the desired swirl direction. The knock-off Disney-esque park in which this museum sits, however, is pretty, and we had fun (and a nice meal in a second-floor restaurant overlooking the line that, again, is not the equator. This whole trip starts confusedly as half of a Quito City Tour, and requires a change of bus that is not made clear to all travelers. We left our hotel at 10 a.m. to catch this tour and we were not back at our hotel until 6 p.m. -- this is for a purported half-day tour, so be aware of the time commitment when you book this tour. Once you get on the correct bus, the tour heads north to the Pululahua Crater for about 20 minutes. This is pretty cool, to see a community of 200 people living in an active volcano crater. There are various things one can do at Mitad del Mundo, including the aforementioned science museum (don't bother standing in line if you are willing to take the stairs; the line is only for people who want to take the elevator to an observation deck on the top floor of the tower), various restaurants, many shops, singers and dancers in the town square, a playground, llamas, and a place to try to balance an egg on the head of nail (two of our party of four succeeded; the others didn't try). One last stop before returning to Quito is a distillery where one can sample misca made from the agave plant (following a brief but interesting tour and discussion of agave and its uses). The owner of the distillery, Diego, is so passionate about the agave and its products; just listening to him was both educational and entertaining -- with the extra bonus of a shot of misca at the end!


It was a great experience. My daughter liked it a lot. It’s interesting to know why this place was picked as the middle of the world

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