Andes and Amazon Ecuador Premium Tour
7 days 6 nights
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DAY 1: Departure from Quito – Volcanoes Route - HORSEBACK RIDING IN COTOPAXI ACTIVE VOLCANO NATIONAL PARK - Community Lunch - Transfer to Quilotoa Crater Lake – Dinner – Lodging in Quilotoa
DAY 2: Breakfast – Treking & Kayak inside Quilotoa Crater Lake – lunch – Visit the Handicrafts and paintings of Tigua – Transfer to Riobamba – Panoramic View Chimborazo Volcano – Free Dinner – Lodging in Alausí
DAY 3: Breakfast - Train "Nariz del Diablo" (Does not include tkt - Lunch) - Transfer to Tungurahua - Photography on the Swing of the End - Arrival at the Baños de Agua Santa city - "Dinner Free" - City by Night - Lodging
DAY 4: Breakfast - Waterfalls Route to the Amazon on Bikes – Cable Car “Manto de la Novia” Waterfall - Walk to the Waterfall "Pailón del Diablo” - Lunch - Transfer to Puerto Misahualli on Napo Province, Amazon Region Ecuador- Dinner - Accommodation in Suchipakari Jungle Lodge .
DAY 5: Breakfast– Rappeling or Trekking Waterfall, natural swimming pool & refresh moment on the river - Box Lunch – Visit Quichua Communities, Traditional Music, Dances, Crafts Shopping – Indian Rituals – Dinner & Lodging
DAY 6: Breakfast– Motorized Canoe on Napo River – Landscapes & Wildlife – Animal Rescue Center AmaZOOnico – Lunch – Dinner & Lodging
DAY 7: Breakfast – Chocolate Prepare - Transfer To Quito - On the way we can visit Papallacta Hot Springs ($8,50 entrance)
Price Per Person $810
All Inclusive from Quito
- Comfortable Accommodation with private bathroom & hot shower: Double / Matrimonial/ Family
- All meals (Only Dinner on Baños City Free)
- Equipment (Rain Boots, Life Jacket)
- Professional Guide (Spanish & English)
- Transfers, excursions, entrances and site visits included in itinerary
- Entrance fees of the reserve and use of its facilities.
The king of 4x4’s, this strong and trusty vehicle will get you to places no others would even dare to go…
Added to this it has a purpose built rack for 6 bikes
- Professional Drive
- Confortable 4x4 Full
- These vehicles are maintained to a high standard and are fully equipped with first aid kits, fire extinguishers and emergency tools.
What to bring?
Light wool is ideal and a warm jacket is usually necessary in the highlands after the sunset. Shoes for walking, or good hiking boots, a thick sweater and a jacket. Remember that the higher you are, the colder the weather will be. Temperature Range: 5º-25ºC (41º-77ºF). For the Jungle: Lightweight & clothing with long sleeves/pants, swimwear, shorts, comfortable & supportive walking shoes, sandals, flashlight, rain gear, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellant, camera and extra batteries and not forget your passport. Temperature Range: 23º to 26º C (72º to 80º F)