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Private Tour: Otavalo and Cotacachi Day Trip from Quito
"You will be picked up from your Quito hotel at 8am and depart for Otavalo by way of the Pan-Americana Highway. There will be a brief stop in Guayllabamba where you can taste the chirimoya (custard apple) fruit that is typical of the area. You will also v the oldest estate in Ecuador before stopping at Mira Lago a San Pablo viewpoint. After photographing the beautiful San Pablo Lake you will continue to Otavalo where the indigenous Otavalo people develop their textiles.Visit the Otavalo market known for its bustling Saturday market and offerings of various wares. While Saturday is the most famous market there is plenty else available throughout the week in the plaza as well as the local shops. There will be a stop for lunch before continuing to Cotacachi an artisan city renown for its leather shops. After you have experienced the diverse textiles and leather products of the region
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Otavalo Day Trip from Quito: Craft Market and Parque Condor
"Meet your guide at a central meeting point in Quito and begin the 2-hour drive through the highlands of Imbabura province in northern Ecuador. Learn about its capital Otavalo and the resident Otavaleños a prosperous indigenous group. You’ll make stops at a number of sites just outside of Otavalo before concluding your experience at the town's sprawling handicraft market.Stretch your legs at San Pablo Lake (Lago San Pablo) which sits at the base of the dormant Imbabura Volcano at an elevation of 8000 feet (2
From $155.00
 
"Private Full-Day Tour to Cochasqui
Otavalo and Peguche""Private Full-Day Tour to Cochasqui Otavalo and Peguche form Quito""The tour starts with a pickup at your hotel. From here we departure to the northern province of Imbabura.The first stop is at the Cochasqui Archeological site to visit the Museum of Quitu-Cara pre-Inca culture where we can find 15 pyramids! We will do a walking excursion in the site to know more about the ceremonial pyramids and traditions. The we will transfer to Otavalo town where we will visit the world famous indigenous market! We will walk around the market where you will find a lot of colorful handicrafts and art products made by local indigenous artists. Here you will have time for lunch (not included).After Otavalo we will transfer to the Peguche Waterfall
From $238.00

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real freshly made potato chips

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