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  • Quito: 2 or 3-Day Tour to Baños with Cotopaxi & Quilotoa

    1. Quito: 2 or 3-Day Tour to Baños with Cotopaxi & Quilotoa

    Explore Baños, the adventure capital of Ecuador. Get to know stunning places such as Cotopaxi Volcano as well as the Quilotoa Lagoon - an unbelievable turquoise lake in the caldera of an active volcano. Once in Baños, enjoy a number of wonderful activities set against a beautiful backdrop of waterfalls and tropical greenery. This short tour makes for a great escape from Quito. Day 1 Get picked up from your hostel or hotel in Quito to begin the trip to Baños. Arrive at the Chuquiragua Lodge, and savor a delicious breakfast. Observe the stunning Cotopaxi Volcano, one of the country's most famous sights. Visit the Toachi River Canyon lookout point and the Shalala lookout point with some free time to enjoy the amazing landscape of Quilotoa Crater Lake. Depart for Baños and visit the famous "Swing at the End of the World" at La Casa del Árbol. Take in an amazing view of the ...

    Our Baños guide Angel was phenomenal. He was hilarious, extremely knowledgeable, flexible, and full of excellent recommendations. The experience itself was one of a kind. Every activity was more exhilarating than the last. If you only have a few days to take in this gorgeous place, this is the tour for you!

  • Cotopaxi National Park Full-Day Tour from Quito

    2. Cotopaxi National Park Full-Day Tour from Quito

    Visit Cotopaxi National Park in Ecuador’s Andes Mountains. The park is home to the active Cotopaxi volcano that towers 19,642 feet above sea level. When you reach the park your naturalist guide will show you the exceptional variety of flora and fauna. Hike to the Limpiopungo lagoon, located on the slopes of the volcano. Stop at the lagoon for a short rest to take in the landscapes and the spectacular views of the volcano. Continue the hike to the Jose Ribas shelter and experience the environment at almost 16,000 feet above sea level.

    Very nice place to visit. It's very cold, you can see nice view. I definitely recommend it.

  • Quito: Private Mindo Cloud Forest Tour with Cable Car Ride

    3. Quito: Private Mindo Cloud Forest Tour with Cable Car Ride

    After pickup from your hotel in Quito, take a 2-hour ride to the Bosque Protector Mindo Nambillo. Explore the cloud forest with your private bilingual guide, and appreciate the picturesque scenery even more on an included cable car ride. Learn about the 4 stages in the lives of butterflies at the butterfly garden, where you can observe around 1,200 of these colorful creatures. Next, walk through the cloud forest to one of the most visited natural attractions in Mindo, the Nambillo Waterfall. Formed by a rapid in the Nambillo, it's a popular natural spa. Take a dip in the crystal clear waters of the pool area, if you like. At the end of your, you'll be dropped off back at your hotel in Quito.

    We had a wonderful day, Erica and Alberto went above and beyond to make our day enjoyable. From Mindo to the chocolate factory everything was for our benefit. Even to giving me a helping hand up some of the steeper parts.

  • From Cuenca: 4-Day Ecuador Exploration Tour

    4. From Cuenca: 4-Day Ecuador Exploration Tour

    Day 1: After getting picked up from your hotel in Cuenca, travel to Alausi, where you will have a litlle city tour and also you will admire beautiful Andean landscapes and watch an Andean music performance along the way. Afterward, break for lunch before beginning the journey to Riobamba. Stop along the way to visit Ecuador's oldest church and the beautiful Colta Lagoon, then you will visit the highest peak of Ecuador " Chimborazo 6300 meters". Spend the night at a hotel in Riobamba. Day 2: After breakfast, head to the charming city of Baños to admire a spectacular waterfall. Afterward, hop on a cable car and ride towards a viewpoint where you can enjoy a ride on the "swing at the end of the world". Return to Baños after your swing ride and get a good night's sleep before tomorrow's activities. Day 3: Today, visit Pujili and do a spot of shopping at the town's indigenous market, wher...

  • From Quito: 4-Day Nature & Culture Tour

    5. From Quito: 4-Day Nature & Culture Tour

    Start your four-day Quito adventure with a visit to the Cotopaxi National Park where you can walk around Limpiopungo Lake and enjoy the scenery of one of the highest and most active volcanoes in Ecuador. The next day, explore the charming city of Baños to enjoy the famous Avenida de las Cascadas. Visit the Pailon del Diablo waterfall where you can try what’s known as the “swing at the end of the world.” Start the next day with a ride on an Ecuadorian train and enjoy the beautiful Andean landscape along the way. Travel south to Ingapirca, the most important archaeological complex in Ecuador, where you will learn about the Cañari and Incan cultures. Overnight in Cuenca, known as one of the most beautiful cities in Ecuador, which you can continue to explore the next day with a visit to the historic center, and Cajas National Park or Gualaceo and Chordeleg.

  • Quito: Otavalo, Cotacachi, Cuicocha Photography Tour

    6. Quito: Otavalo, Cotacachi, Cuicocha Photography Tour

    Drive through Ecuador's breathtaking rural scenery, stopping along the way to take photos at some amazing spots. Learn how to capture the landscape from a professional photographer. Enjoy diverse landscapes as you make your way through the countryside. Stop at an indigenous market, see traditional clothing, customs, and handicrafts. Admire the views of Lago San Pablo and try some delicious Bizcochos de Cayambe pastries. Stop at Miralago for stunning views of Lago San Pablo. See the wonderful Cuicocha lagoon before finishing off your day with a stop in Otavalo.

  • Quito: Bike Tour Around the Cotopaxi Volcano with Lunch

    7. Quito: Bike Tour Around the Cotopaxi Volcano with Lunch

    You can enjoy convenient travel as you will be picked up from your accommodation in Quito and driven to Cotopaxi National Park, where you will meet your expert English-speaking guide. Here, you will receive your biking equipment and set off around one of the highest active volcanoes on earth, which at just over 19.000 feet, is one of the most stunning sights in Ecuador. You will cycle next to Cotopaxi’s base, on dirt roads surrounded by an otherworldly landscape dotted by rocks thrown by the volcano during its last major eruption. When you stop for lunch you can enjoy a picnic with views of some ancient Inca ruins, then set off exploring more of Cotopaxi National Park by bike. The ride is about 16 miles, and mostly on a flat easy terrain ideal for novice bikers. Afterwards, enjoy a comfortable ride back to your accommodation.

  • From Quito : 2-Day Mindo Excursion with Lodging

    8. From Quito : 2-Day Mindo Excursion with Lodging

    Discover the evergreen wilderness and spectacular natural diversity of the Andes’ western slope. Day 1: Depart Quito in the early morning and visit El Pahuma Orchid Reserve for a 1-hour hike to the waterfalls. Stop off at the Alambi Reserve to take photos inside the hummingbird garden. Enjoy lunch in Mindo, and take advantage of free time in the afternoon to explore the city on your own. Spend the night at a hotel in Mindo. Day 2: Wake up to a relaxing breakfast at the hotel before you start your day. Choose from a variety of activities to participate in at your own expense, including river tubing, ziplining, rappelling, or visiting the butterfly farm. Return to Quito at the end of the day.

  • Quito: Private Pasochoa Reserve Hiking Tour

    9. Quito: Private Pasochoa Reserve Hiking Tour

    Your tour begins as you are collected from your Quito accommodation, from where you travel to the Pasochoa Reserve. The reserve is a beautiful 4,199-meter-high mountain. This 4 to 6-hour excursion is an excellent acclimatization trekking that can be used to prepare for more challenging mountains, such as Antisana or Chimborazo. The highlight of the Pasochoa Reserve hike is its humid cloud forest, located inside an extinct volcanic crater near Quito. There you can see 50 endemic species of Andrean trees and more than 100 species of birds. The trek in the Pasochoa Reserve is of a medium level and crosses incredible prairies of Páramo and cloud forests that have an impressive Andean fauna. This includes bulls, horses, hummingbirds, the Viridian metal tail, mountain tenets, crest cotinga Red, and the occasional Andean condor.

  • Pululahua Reserve & Museo del Sol Private Tour

    10. Pululahua Reserve & Museo del Sol Private Tour

    With our private tour, you can take in some of the best sights in Ecuador and learn more about the history behind them in the upmost comfort. Visit the only Geobotanical Reserve in the country, the Pululahua - a dormant volcano with great biological richness inside. The volcano is not a typically conical shape, with scattered lava domes instead, making for a unique trip. Afterwards, you can visit the Museo del Sol, a strategic, energetic and spiritual site located near the equator, with a viewpoint to see a different perspective of the Pululahua volcano. At the end of the visit, we will pick up other visitors and take you to the Middle of the World, where you will have the opportunity to take a photo (outside the complex), with the background of the Middle of the World Monument.

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What people are saying about Quito

Our Baños guide Angel was phenomenal. He was hilarious, extremely knowledgeable, flexible, and full of excellent recommendations. The experience itself was one of a kind. Every activity was more exhilarating than the last. If you only have a few days to take in this gorgeous place, this is the tour for you!

This was such an amazing tour! David was amazing and took care of every need. He was an excellent driver and tour guide and I adore his family. He made the trip very memorable. Book this tour! It was amazing!

Diana and Ernesto are wonderful people who make you feel at ease right away. They’re extremely knowledgeable about Ecuadorian history and culture, and passionate about supporting local businesses.

A really great, interesting tour with Ernesto and Diana, we spent a wonderful day, can only be recommended.

Very nice place to visit. It's very cold, you can see nice view. I definitely recommend it.