Experience the incredible landscapes of the Ecuadorian Andes on this 2-day guided coach tour through the Avenue of the Volcanoes, south of Quito. The mountain peaks, blanketed in lush greenery and topped with snow in winter, stand along this 185-mile stretch of scenic byway. Stop at Cotopaxi National Park to view its active volcano and stay overnight at a hacienda in Riobamba before embarking on a 2-hour train ride in Alausí toward Devil’s Nose. The majestic heights and stunning backdrops will take your breath away!
• 2 days
The almighty Inca Empire was at its height a vast land extension from what is now the north of Ecuador to Central Chile. We invite you to join us in a 3 -days trek and discover the remains of this outstanding native culture. We will hike from the village of Achupallas to Ingapirca (Inca Walls). It’s the most popular Inca ruin in Ecuador.Ingapirca, or Inca Walls, was built about 500 years ago, and is one of the biggest and authentic Incas Construction made in the XVI Century of our age. The Incas built it on top of the site where the priests used to adore the Sun (Inti) and the Moon (Killa). In this fantastic trip you will walk between 4- 6 Hours every day and the altitude will variety from 2340m.a.s.l to 4650 m.a.s.l. Would you like to do It?
• 3 days
• Take a 3-day trek in the heart of the Andes, to the extinct Altar Volcano in the Sangay National Park • One of the most impressive mountain adventures in a dream-like landscape. • Visit the Eastern Andean Mountain Chain and its beautiful green spaces. • Delight your senses with the panoramic view of Laguna Amarilla at 4300 m.a.s.l. • This trek includes professional guidance, sleepover at the refugee and meals • Trekking level: Moderate to Strenuous
• 3 days
Enjoy our Devil Nose Train tour from Riobamba. One of the finest and most daring feats of engineering that the world had seen. The train switchbacks down rocky slopes connecting the Andes mountains to the coast. In this tour not only will you get to ride The Devil Nose train, but also visit Ingapirca, the most important remains from the Incas in Ecuador. The tours as two options, you can go back to Riobamba or you can end the tour in Cuenca.
• 10 hours
Departure from Guayaquil to enjoy a tour of the highest volcano in Ecuador, where you have the opportunity to get to know the paramo of Urbina, the tradition of the Hieleros del Chimborazo and learn about the ice extraction process in the glacier. In addition, several options of agrotourism activities are offered in natural and cultural environments of this area. Undoubtedly, the route in the Ice Train I is a magnificent option to know the Ecuadorian Andes and especially the Chimborazo Volcano perpetual snow colossus.
• 9 hours