1 - 3 Days


+ 1



18 years

$ Ask For A Budget

Why Ecuador?

  1. Ecuador has the most biodiversity per km of any nation.
  2. Ecuador has more species of plants (25.000) than entire North America.
  3. Ecuador is home to over 1/6 of the world’s bird species.
  4. The Galapagos Islands and the city of Quito were the first world heritage sites declared by UNESCO.
  5. Ecuador became the first country in the world to recognize rights for nature.
  6. Quito’s Old Town is the best-preserved historic centre in Latin America.
  7. Darwin’s evolutionary theory originated in the Galapagos Islands.
  8. The summit of the Chimborazo volcano is the world’s closest to the sun.

Enjoy Ecuador

Capital City



17 millions

Area KM2


Health Insurance

Not required but recommended.

Closest Countries

North: Colombia

South and East: Peru

West: Pacific Ocean

Services NOT included

Lunch not included in the package

Baggage protection insurance

Tour Map

Day by Day



Transfer to the indigenous town of Otavalo.

DAY 2 - OTAVALO / QUITO Otavalo and surroundings

Highlights: The colorful Andean Market in Otavalo, the sacred waterfall of Peguche, the leather town of Cotacachi, and the stunning Cuicocha Crater Lake.

DAY 3 - QUITO Quito city tour and Middle of the World visit

Highlights: Historical center of Quito with La Compañía de Jesus Church, the cathedral, Plaza de Independencia, Plaza de San Francisco, and the presidential palace and the Middle of the World.

DAY 4 - QUITO / CLOUD FOREST Transfer to the cloud forest and hike

Highlights: Lush green cloud forest, beautiful landscapes, bird watching, zip- lining, and waterfalls.

DAY 5 CLOUD FOREST / QUITO Bird watching and transfer to Quito

Highlights: Hiking, beautiful birds, among which hummingbirds, and the opportunity to see wildlife.

DAY 6 - PAPALLACTA Day tour to Papallacta Hot Springs

Highlights: Impressive landscapes, hiking, relaxing in the hot springs, and spa treatment (optional).

DAY 7 - QUITO / COTOPAXI / LASSO Cotopaxi National Park tour

Highlights: Cotopaxi National Park, the Cotopaxi Volcano, the Limpiopungo Lagoon, and unique flora and fauna.

DAY 8 - LASSO / QUILOTOA / BAÑOS Quilotoa Crater Lake and transfer to Baños

Highlights: The blue-green Quilotoa Crater Lake, hiking opportunities, changing landscapes, rural communities, and authentic indigenous markets.

DAY 9 - BAÑOS / RIOBAMBA Waterfalls route and transfer to Riobamba

Highlights: Pailon del Diablo Waterfall, Manto de la Novia Waterfall, the End of the World swing, and the impressive Chimborazo Volcano

DAY 10 - RIOBAMBA / CUENCA Devil ́s Nose Train and Ingapirca Inca ruins

Highlights: Devil ́s Nose Train ride, traditional dance performance, breathtaking views of the Andes, and the ancient Ingapirca Inca ruins.

DAY 11 - DAY 11: CUENCA Cuenca colonial city tour

Highlights: Cuenca ́s stunning historical center with charming squares, beautiful colonial buildings, and traditional handicrafts, and Turi Viewpoint.

DAY 12 - DAY 12: CUENCA / CAJAS / GUAYAQUIL Cajas NP and transfer to Guayaquil

Highlights: Stunning views of magnificent mountain ranges and peaceful lakes, hiking, Andean wildlife, and transition landscapes.

DAY 13 - CACAO FARM NEAR GUAYAQUIL Day tour to a cacao Farm

Highlights: Rural local life, coffee plantations, learning about cacao and other agricultural products, and lunch at a colonial hacienda.

DAY 14 - GUAYAQUIL Guayaquil city tour

Highlight: The boulevard, the colorful neighborhood Las Peñas, Iguanas’ Park, Santay Island, the Historical Park, and delicious sea food.