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Quito City Sightseeing Tour Including Teleférico Cable Car Ride and Volcano Hike
Quito City Sightseeing Tour Including Teleférico Cable Car Ride and Volcano Hike"Departing from your Quito hotel you'll embark on a journey that lets you discover some of Quito's top attractions. First visit Panecillo Hill which allows for panoramic views of the city. Don't forget to bring your camera! The tour will then continue on to the Basilica Church and to the “San Juan Mirador” from where you'll have a beautiful sight of Quito's colonial center. Stroll through the colonial streets and get a glimpse at the old city's top attractions including Independence Plaza the Cathedral and the Government’s Palace. You'll also visit La Ronda Street The Company Church
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Quito City Tour Hop-On Hop-Off
"Take the city tour in Quito at your own pace while setting your own schedule with the system hop-on hop-off aboard the Quito Tour Bus. The double decker bus will allow you to see the tourist attractions of the north and center of the city and allow y restaurants and cafes. It is the principle area for entertainment in this zone. Continuing the journey at stop No.4 El Ejido - Craft Market where you will be able to find in a few blocks a colorful shopping experience which offers a great variety of crafts and s in close proximity you can visit the National Museum of Culture which exhibits Ecuadorian art from all its history. We continue to stop No.5 at the Contemporary Art Center where you can enjoy visual and digital art as well as other artistic expressio within a few short steps you can visit the government palace and the oldest cathedral in South America dating from the sixteenth century. The last stop No. 11 is at García Moreno Park located in front of the Basilica del Voto Nacional Church."""Enjoy a city tour of Quito at your own pace on board the Hop-on Hop-off. This is a great alternative to get to know the attractions of the north and center of the city though a system of hop-on hop-off which will allow you to jump off and on at any of the
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Quito City Tour Including Teleférico
"This City Tour and Teleférico is a full day tour includes a visit to the Basilica Church where we will make a brief stop and next the “San Juan Mirador” from where you will have a beautiful sight of The Colonial Centre of Quito. After walking through the colonial streets we will then stop at the Independence Plaza admiring the Cathedral and the Government’s Palace. Furthermore we will visit La Ronda Street The Company Church Santo Domingo´s Church The Sagrario´s Church and San Francisco´s Church
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Landscape around Quilotoa

In addition to the great enjoyment of seeing Quilotoa itself (one of the images of Ecuador I had stored in my head and which had inspired my wish to visit), I also loved the journey to and from the...
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Wild Horses - Cotopaxi National Park

I was happy to see several herds of wild horses in Cotopaxi National Park. First time was when I one day I rented a bicycle at Hacienda Los Mortiños and went for a ride in the national park. It was a...
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The Main Square

Pujuli's main plaza is very well-kept with a gated central area full of tended gardens and palm trees. On one end you'll find the church and at the other the Municipal building. Surrounding the rest...
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Local people

The favourite thing about Saquisili is without doubt the Thursday morning local market. It seems to be one of the most important Indian village markets of the country. This is still an authentic...
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Information Board

This information board is located on the square near the parking lot. Here you will find a very useful information about the areas. For those active traveler walking trails stated in the board....
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Llamas

Llamas are a domesticated camelid which for long has been used as a pack animal and for meat and wool in the Andes. In the field above Hacienda Los Mortiños there were several llamas and they looked...
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Birds - Cotopaxi National Park

One day when I stayed at Secret Garden Cotopaxi we went on a horse riding tour, and that tour passed just behind Hacienda Los Mortiños. There we saw a very large condor, and it came quite close to us....
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Flowers - Cotopaxi National Park

Chuquiragua (Chuquiraga jussieui) is a low shrub native to the Andean region of Ecuador and Peru. It belongs to the Asteraceae family and has orange flowers. The plants become around 75 cm high and...
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Chuquiragua flower

On our way down from Cotopaxi ’s parking area we stopped to take a short walk and see some of the hardy plants that grow in this altiplano or paramo landscape. Here we saw the chuquiragua plant, which...
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imminent encroachment sounded unmistakably like fo

As the sun went down, Cotopaxi began to appear. We hoped our friends were on the ridge above Limpiopungo enjoying the view as well. There was not much time for reflection as we cooked and ate a well...
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a part of the whole thing

In the course of the next two days we would get even luckier. We got photos of Cotopaxi perfectly reflected in mirror flat Laguna Limpiopungo just minutes before the wind picked up. There were herds...
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from a nightmare to a dream

The next morning, I awoke from what seemed a dream and immediately popped my head out of the tent without leaving the warm comfort of my sleeping bag. Not only was there no mad bull to be seen but...
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zooming in on some cows

After four hours we seemed to be about three quarters to the base of Rumiñahui. We hadn’t brought information on climbing the now somewhat imposing peak since it wasn’t in our original plans. Though...
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heading towards Rumiñahui

That the 6000+meter wonder was nowhere to be seen when we arrived at Laguna Limpiopungo put a slight damper on our introduction to the park. Throw in a cold spraying drizzle and you get the idea that...
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Top Hotels in Provincia de Cotopaxi

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Via Quilotoa, Village Quilotoa, Provincia de Cotopaxi, Laguna Quilotoa, Ecuador
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Luis. F. Vivero 1-31 y Sanchez de Orellana
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Isinlivi, Cotopaxi Province, Ecuador, South America
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Camino de Sumalo Barrio Sumalo/Isinche Canton de Pujili Cotopaxi, Ecuador
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Top Things to Do in Provincia de Cotopaxi

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Laguna Quilotoa - Hiking down the crater

The walking path is rocky and dusty, you need a good walking shoe if you decide to go down I wear a sneaker and slide out quickly with it, we're lucky it was dry during our visit. Steep and sandy path...
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Casa de los Marqueses de Miraflores

Casa de los Marqueses de Miraflores is an old colonial mansion from the middle of the 18th century. In the building there is a small museum of religious art and antique furniture. I have read there...
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Hiking Chugchilan - Quilotoa

My plan for that day had not been to walk to Chugchilán but to walk around the Quilotoa crater. However it was too windy for that as the path at some points goes close to the edge and it was very...
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Hiking

In 2011 I had followed a description from Llullu Llama and I know I would have found the same way in 2012 without problems, but I had heard there was another way and was interested in taking that. I...
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Hiking to Tigua from Quilotoa

I had heard that you should not do the hike from Quilotoa (3900m) to Tigua (3500m) without a guide as it is very difficult to find the right way, but I had also heard it is possible to do the hike...
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Cycling in Cotopaxi National Park

One day during my stay at Hacienda Los Mortiños I rented a bicycle and went for a tour in the national park. It was a very windy day, making it quite hard to cycle against the wind. However to view of...
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"Climbing Cotopaxi - 5897 metres"
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