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Visit the Equatorial Monument
Middle of the World Monument with Lunch
Price: From 63.99 US$, per person
Duration: 5 hours
Why not add lunch to your Middle of the World Experience! After visiting the divide of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres you will be taken to one of the best restaurants in Quito to enjoy a typical Ecuadorian lunch!

You will start at the northern part of the city heading up to the 'Middle of the World City' where the monument that divides the Northern Hemisphere from the Southern one will be visited.

It was built during the XVII century when a French Expedition defined the precise location of the equatorial line. The Ethnographic Museum can be also be visited.

And after the tour, you will enjoy a typical meal in one of the best restaurants of Quito.




Cotopaxi Volcano
Mountain Bike by the Cotopaxi Volcano
Price: From 78 US$, per person
Duration: 9 hours
Bike your way over real volcanic trails and admire the stunning views of the snow capped Cotopaxi Volcano and other amazing peaks. See thousands of species of wildlife along you way - a true nature lovers delight!

You will observe typical paramo vegetation and stunning scenery while you bike through volcanic roads and trails. Throughout the day you will have excellent views of the Iliniza twin peaks, Corazon, Sincholagua and, of course, the majestic Cotopaxi.

You arrive at Cotopaxi National Park through to the northern entrance. By taking this route you explore the park from north to south crossing through highland plateaus and observing typical paramo vegetation and fauna amidst stunning volcanic scenery.

You visit Limpiopungo Glaciar Lake on the foothills of the Ruminahui Volcano. You exit the park south down through the valley that leads to Lasso. You will arrive back to Quito after lunch in the afternoon.




Mountain Bike in Papallacta
Mountain Bike in Papallacta
Price: From 78 US$, per person
Duration: 9 hours
Jump on your mountain bike and ride through Ecuador's dual ecosystems! Go from grasslands to lush rainforest and finish off your day with a relaxing swim at the therapeutic natural hot springs which will leave you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed!

This mountain bike tour is an excellent way to experience a cross section of Ecuador's ecosystems in a single day, from rugged paramo (high-altitude Andean grasslands), to lush cloud forest at the edge of the Amazon basin. Enjoy stunning highland views and ride along trails, spotting for bird life and cloud forest flora with our knowledgeable guide.

After your biking excursion you will enjoy a soothing bath at the local hot springs, whose crystalline, hyper-thermal, hyper-tonic, sulfate, mineral and alkaline rich waters are renowned for their restorative, relaxing, and therapeutic properties. Late in the afternoon, you will be transferred back to Quito.




Otavalo Marketplace
Otavalo Marketplace with Lunch
Price: From 64.99 US$, per person
Duration: 8 hours
Ecuador is renowned for it's diverse and unique landscapes. Come see why! This tour will take you through some of this countries most breathtaking scenery on your way to the Otavalo Marketplace. Along the way you will get the opportunity to capture some of the view with many photo stops. Then you can barter like a local at the Marketplace! Lunch is also included in this tour.

Departure from Quito through The Pan-American North Highway with a brief stop at Calderon, a town where the famous 'masapan' dolls are made.

If timing allows, you will stop at the highway's mirador to admire and take pictures of the beautiful landscape and snow capped mountains of the zone.

Crossing the equatorial line at Guachala (used to be the middle of the world monument) you will head up to Otavalo and make a stop at Mira Lago to take pictures of the beautiful San Pablo Lake. The tour then continues to Otavalo where the Otavalenos (natives) set up a market in which a bartering manner of shopping is taken. The market hosts a variety of different handcrafted items.

Continuing the trip, you will go to Cotacachi, famous for its leather articles, and where lunch will be taken. Finally you will go to Peguche, small village known for its waterfalls and wind instruments fabrics.

Return to Quito through the Cajas-Tabacundo road.




Colonial Downtown of Quito
Private Quito City Tour and Typical Lunch
Price: From 58.99 US$, per person
Duration: 5 hours

A comprehensive city tour includes visits to residential neighborhoods at the northern end of the city, visiting the 'Guapulo Mirador', passing through the 12 of October Avenue up to the Culture House and the Legislative Palace (Congress) where the rock murals that are related to the history of Ecuador can be appreciated.


The tour will then continue through the Gran Colombia Avenue up to the Basilica Church, where you will make a brief stop and next, the 'San Juan Mirador' from where you will have a beautiful sight of The Colonial Quito.

After walking through the colonial streets you will then stop at the Independence Plaza admiring the Cathedral, the Government's Palace, and the Archiepiscopal palace. Furthermore, you will visit The Company Church where adornments and gold altars can be appreciated, a visit to the Sagrario Church and San Francisco Church, which was built during the 17th century, will be also done. And then, you will be heading to the 'Panecillo Mirador', the most famous hill of Quito, from where a sight of the colonial and modern Quito will be taken.

And after the City Tour, you will enjoy a typical meal in one of the best restaurant of the Colonial Downtown of Quito.




Quito City Tour and Archeological Museum
Quito City Tour and Archeological Museum
Price: From 27.99 US$, per person
Duration: 5 hours
History buffs must! Discover the history of the Inca's! After your comprehensive city tour of Quito you will visit the Archeological Museum of Quito where you will have time to explore the intriguing history of the Inca's.

A comprehensive city tour includes visits to residential neighborhoods at the northern end of the city, visiting the 'Guapulo Mirador', passing through the 12 of October Avenue up to the Culture House and the Legislative Palace (Congress) where the rock murals that are related to the history of Ecuador can be appreciated.

The tour will then continue through the Gran Colombia Avenue up to the Basilica Church, where you will make a brief stop and next, the 'San Juan Mirador' from where you will have a beautiful sight of The Colonial Quito.

After walking through the colonial streets you will then stop at the Independence Plaza admiring the Cathedral, the Government's Palace, and the Archiepiscopal palace. Furthermore, you will visit The Company Church where adornments and gold altars can be appreciated, a visit to the Sagrario Church and San Francisco Church, which was built during the 17th century, will be also done. And then, you will be heading to the 'Panecillo Mirador', the most famous hill of Quito, from where a sight of the colonial and modern Quito will be taken.

And after the City Tour, you will visit the Archaeological Museum of Quito where you will observe Antiques Inca Jewels, Gold Objects and Handcrafts from the Inca Time, and also see one of the oldest Mommy of Ecuador.




Quito City Center
Quito City Tour and Middle of the World Monument
Price: From 34.99 US$, per person
Duration: 5 hours
Get the best of both worlds! After taking in the spectacular sights of Quito city, adventure on to the Middle of the World Monument! See the city, the Northern and Southern Hemispheres all in one day!

A comprehensive city tour includes visits to residential neighborhoods at the northern end of the city, visiting the 'Guapulo Mirador', passing through the 12 of October Avenue up to the Culture House and the Legislative Palace (Congress) where the rock murals that are related to the history of Ecuador can be appreciated.

The tour will then continue through the Gran Colombia Avenue up to the Basilica Church, where you will make a brief stop and next, the 'San Juan Mirador' from where you will have a beautiful sight of The Colonial Quito.

After walking through the colonial streets you will then stop at the Independence Plaza admiring the Cathedral, the Government's Palace, and the Archiepiscopal palace. Furthermore, you will visit The Company Church where adornments and gold altars can be appreciated, a visit to the Sagrario Church and San Francisco Church, which was built during the 17th century. And then, you will be heading to the 'Panecillo Mirador', the most famous hill of Quito, from where a sight of the colonial and modern Quito will be taken.

You will then be heading up to the 'Middle of the World City' where the monument that divides the Northern Hemisphere from the Southern one will be visited. It was built during the XVII century when a French Expedition defined the precise location of the equatorial line. The Ethnographic Museum can be also be visited.