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Quito: Full-Day Ciudad Mitad del Mundo Tour

1. Quito: Full-Day Ciudad Mitad del Mundo Tour

Board the Quito Tour Bus on Avenida Naciones Unidas in the heart of Quito, and then depart the city in the early afternoon. Journey to the Geobotanical Reserve of the Pululahua Crater at the Ciudad Mitad del Mundo complex. Visit the new Beer Museum, see a miniature model that celebrates the architectural beauty of the Historic Center of Quito and more. Finally, you will visit the Agave Museum where you will have a tasting of this ancestral drink. Return to the start point in the evening.

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Quito: Intiñan Museum Small-Group Tour

2. Quito: Intiñan Museum Small-Group Tour

Visit the Intiñan Museum, also known as the Museum of Equinoctial Solar Culture, where you will enjoy a combination of physic, folklore, and culture. Marvel at the variety of fauna, flora, instruments and other manifestations of culture at the museum, and discover the Forest of Totems. Participate in interactive experiments that prove you are standing in the middle of the world.

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Quito: City Highlights and Food Tour

3. Quito: City Highlights and Food Tour

Explore Quito, the oldest capital in South America, from all of its angles. Get to know the main historical plazas, buildings, churches and parks. Admire downtown's colonial architecture with its mix of 19th century and modern style buildings. Get away from the main sites and explore lesser-known gems, like the main flea market in town, where you'll understand another side of every day local life. Explore a top food market, while eating traditional Ecuadorian cuisine favoured by the locals. Finish the journey sampling some of the best chocolate and coffee from the hands of a top chocolatier.

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Mindo-Ziplining, Equator Museum and Chocolate Factory

4. Mindo-Ziplining, Equator Museum and Chocolate Factory

Mindo is a mountain area watershed or landmark located at the western side of the Ecuadorian Andes, where two of the most bio-diverse ecoregions in the world meet, the Chocoan lowlands and the Tropical Andes. This private tour is recommended for all types of adventurous travelers. Below you’ll find the standard itinerary. As this is a private tour you can modify it to your own preferences. You can choose between a chocolate tour in Mindo, tubing in the river (cold water!), a butterfly tour, a tour at the Inti Nan museum and much more! Hotel pickup and drop-off is included. All hours are approximate, except for the starting time. 7:00 AM Pickup at the hotel in Quito and start driving to Mindo 9:30 AM Coffee and delicious brownie at chocolate factory Quetzal (chocolate tour optional) 11:00 AM Canopy tour (10 lines) 1:00 PM Lunch at a local restaurant 4:00 PM Visit to the Intiñan museum, located 200 meters from the Middle of the World (equator) 6:00 PM Back in Quito

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Quito City Tour & Capilla del Hombre Art Museum

5. Quito City Tour & Capilla del Hombre Art Museum

This full-day tour includes a visit to The Panecillo Hill for a panoramic view of the city. The tour will then continue from the Basilica Church, where you will make a brief stop and next, onto the “San Juan Mirador” from where you will have a beautiful view of The Colonial Centre of Quito.   After walking through the colonial streets, stop at the Independence Plaza to admire the Cathedral and the Government’s Palace. Furthermore, visit La Ronda Street, The Company Church, Santo Domingo´s Church, The Sagrario´s Church and San Francisco´s Church, which was built during the 17th century. In the afternoon, visit the fascinating Capilla Del Hombre Museum which was built by local artist Guayasamin as a tribute to humankind and the art-work on display depicting the historic suffering and struggle of Latin America’s poor indigenous population.

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What people are saying about Pichincha

Really nice day out. Mitad del Mundo was great and we were given over two hours to do what we wanted at our own pace. The beer and chocolate museums are part of the complex and so you can do this on your own too. The chocolate was actually a really reasonable price and they let you taste it first. The guide Andrea was really informative and friendly.

Wish had more time at the crater. FYI You can ask your guide how to get to the “real” equator about 300 meters away down the road, there’s enough time to go there and back.

I ticked off an item on my bucket list.Really enjoyable

I always wanted to go to the centre of the earth and I am glad that I have accomplished this.

If that opportunity arose, I would suggest to friends or family

very interesting, very nice guide. efficient service