Ecuador

Ecuador – Quito Tours

Join us to discover a South American jewel in the Andes

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If you have a zest for life, a yen for adventure, a taste for the unseen and an eye for colour and beauty, Ecuador will instantly enchant you. Because of its location on the Equator and the Andes mountain ranges, Ecuador has no real seasons and it receives the most amount of sunlight on the planet. Ecuador’s unique climate allows for year-round operation of outdoor adventure programs.

Trek and hike through national parks and reserves, large haciendas and Indian communities. Treks descend from the Highlands to the sub-tropical Cloud Forest, along amazing gorge trails and the awe-inspiring Avenue of the Volcanoes. Camp will be set up each night with freshly prepared meals and deluxe camping equipment. Adventurous spirits will enjoy Rafting and Kayaking.

Programs are available with various degrees of difficulty to suit every skill level.

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Live Quito Like a Local

A day dedicated to exploring the lives, beliefs, cuisine and traditions of Old Town Quito, the first city named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978, and a revelation to many people. The tour is all about ‘living Quito like a local’, visiting shops, exploring markets, meeting local herbal healers, wandering the streets, learning skills from artisans, and enjoying a lunch of great Ecuadorian cooking at the sophisticated Casa Gangotena hotel.

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Journey to the Source of Chocolate in the Amazon

For this specially-designed itinerary, we have teamed up with the number one name in chocolate in Ecuador: award-winning Pacari Chocolate (www.pacarichocolate.com). Guests will experience the finest chocolate while exploring a fascinating and biodiverse region in Ecuador – and all relatively close to the capital, Quito. The Ecuadorian Amazon was recently proved to be the birthplace of the cacao tree – not Central America! The itinerary includes birdwatching, a visit to working cacao farms, overnight at a magical rainforest lodge and a refreshing stop at an Andean thermal spring spa on the way back located between Cayambe Volcano and Antisana Volcano.

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Quito and the Middle of the World (4½ hours, daily) (private)

Visit Quito’s historic centre and then travel to the Equator Monument, with lunch in a nice restaurant in the area.

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Quito Cultural Heritage

A full-day immersion into the spirit of the city, its architecture, art, cuisine, religious fervour and music: its cultural heritage.

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Quito & the Middle of the World tour 4½ hours, daily morning only, shared

Visit Quito’s historic centre and then travel to the Equator Monument.

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Scenic Tour of Quito, 3 hours, daily,

A visit to Quito’s rejuvenated historic centre to relish this urban jewel and its treasures of art and architecture. Quito’s colonial quarter, the largest and best preserved of South America, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Quito & the Middle of the World plus lunch, 6 hours, daily, private

Visit Quito’s historic centre and then travel to the Equator Monument, with lunch in a nice restaurant in the area.

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Scenic Quito Tour & Archaeology Museum, 4 hours, daily, except Monday, private

A visit to Quito’s historic centre to relish this urban jewel and its treasures of art and architecture. Plus the archaeology museum Casa del Alabado.

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Quito, a journey through art and history, private

Experience the ancient, historic and contemporary treasures that make Quito an extra special destination for art enthusiasts.

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Panoramic Quito by night and dinner 3 hours, nightly, private,

A tour to Quito’s historic quarters, romantic plazas and impressive public and religious buildings. Quito is particularly splendid in the evening when illumination adds a special drama and mystery to its baroque architecture.

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Quito, a journey through art and history, private

Experience the ancient, historic and contemporary treasures that make Quito an extra special destination for art enthusiasts.

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The Middle of the World (3 hours, daily) private

The Equatorial Monument, 25 km (16 miles) north of Quito, marks the Middle of the World, latitude 0º, where you can stand with a foot on each hemisphere.

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Tulipe: Ancient Sun Culture, full day with lunch, Wednesday to Sunday, private

Travel via the Equator to the cloudforests northwest of Quito to learn about the intriguing cultures that inhabited the area and erected the archaeological site called Tulipe.

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