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Quito by Night with Optional Dinner
"We begin in the northern part of the city with a tour along the most important commercial areas where most of the hotels are located. Then we head to the historic center to admire the spectacle of the illuminated churches and its main tourist attractions offering some unique landscapes in our city. (Tickets not included). The tour continues to the Mirador del Panecillo (entrance included) recognized for its beauty where you can delight with a beautiful view of colonial and modern Quito.During the tour the guide will tell you about the culinary diversity of the city and traveler will enjoy a little taste of this.Ending the tour passengers can optionally choose for a dinner at one of our recommended restaurants (return to the hotel on your own).All this on board of our original Trolleys which are a replica of the trams that circulated in Quito in the last century."""
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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
From $128.00
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
From $15.00

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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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Hike around the Quilotoa crater

The weather was not so nice this day, it was cloudy and a little rainy, but it was the only day I had for the hike around the crater. After breakfast I set off, but first I asked which direction that...
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Quilotoa Square

Our bus parked on a side of the road, we crossed and passing through parking lot and came to this square. From here you see information board and access to the crater. We visited Quilotoa on a Sunday...
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The legend of Vulcan Quilotoa

A legend says that once upon a time the god of volcanoes, Quilotoa, lived at the surface of the lake and the Pacific god Toachi lived at the bottom. Quilotoa didn’t like the presence of Toachi and...
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Hiking Quilotoa - Chugchilan

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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I hiked from Chugchilán to Quilotoa both in 2011 and in 2012. The later year they hade done some improvements along the trail. There were now sings at several places pointing out the direction and the...
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Mountain views

On some Tigua paintings I have seen the Laguna Quilotoa depicted with Volcán Cotopaxi in the background. Well, from the village Quilotoa it is not Cotopaxi you see, but when the weather is clear you...
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Hiking Quilotoa - Tigua

I had heard that you should not do the hike from Quilotoa to Tigua 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 alone, but you must...
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"Quilotoa and Laguna Quilotoa"
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