This wonderful adventure will take us on horseback through amazing and varied landscapes in this unique territory which was named by Alexander Humboldt.
There is nothing more important than family; and vacations are a great way to spend some quality time together while enjoying marvelous.
We depart from Quito for the Mitad del Mundo (Middle of the World) complex. A 30-meter-high monument is located at latitude 0º 0´0”.
This program will let you get acquainted to the heights and terrain of the Andean volcanoes as you start with the easiest one, Guagua Pichincha.
The guide will meet you upon arrival at Cuenca’s airport. We will spend the day in Cuenca walking through the cobble-stoned streets.
We have packed the most interesting cultural attractions of Ecuador´s highlands in a charming and uncomplicated itinerary to help you experience.
Imagine a place half the size of California but with more bird species than Europe and USA put together; this place is called Ecuador.
From your hotel we will step back in time into the picturesque neighbourhood of San Juan as we make our way toward the Historic Centre.
Some would say Quito is a little too close to its neighbour, the active volcano, Guagua Pichincha, the city literally wrapping itself around, and climbing up.
In a country with more than 11 indigenous nations, each one with its own history and traditions, it´s easy to quench your thirst for culture.
Exploring the heart of the Avenue of the Volcanoes As the famous cordillera of the Andes enters our country, Ecuador, they are greeted.
If it is a clear day there will be spectacular views of the Avenue of the Volcanoes, Cotopaxi at 5,898m above sea level is one of the highest active volcanoes.
We drive up, over volcanic terrain, through the town of Machachi to the Hacienda, El Porvenir. The road runs between two ancient volcanoes.
From Lake Limpiopungo we will walk for about one hour over fairly flat terrain to the Incan ruins of Pucará, from the ruins we ride on to the Tambopaxi.
We head out of the city down into the arid valley of Guayllabamba, where cherimoyas and avocadoes grow in abundance.
As we make our way south, out of Quito, the true length of the city reveals itself as it stretches down the valley below Pichincha.
We leave Quito south travelling alongside the length of the city out into the valley below. The Avenue of the Volcanoes opens up.
We leave Quito from the south travelling alongside the length of the city out into the valley below. The Avenue of the Volcanoes opens up before us.