Ecuador Highland Safari

          7 days & 8 nights


June 26 - Arrival Day into Quito. Overnight in Quito

June 27 - Morning city Tour and Mitad del Mundo (Equatorial Inti Nan museum). Afternoon go

to Cotopaxi National Park (Sleep in Tambopaxi). (B, L&D) 

June 28 - Morning visit Limpiopungo lake and Refuge hut. Lunch at La Cienega. Afternoon

visit rose plantation, Pujili Indigenous maket, and indigenous communities in the Tigua area.

Overnight at Posada de Tigua (colonial self-sufficient working hacienda- optional milk the

cows!)(B, L&D)

June 29 - AM visit the Quilotoa crater lake and continue to Baños. Afternoon free to walk

around town or go to the Hot springs. Sleep in Baños (B)

June 30 - Full day visiting waterfalls and cable cars. Fish for trout for lunch. Afternoon visit more of the surrounding areas. Sleep in Baños (B&L)

July 01 - Full day drive around and visit Chimborazo National park. Sleep in Riobamba (B, L&D)

July 02 - Devil's Nose train and afternoon arrival to Ingapirca Inca/ Canari ruins when the crowds have left. Sleep at Posada de Ingapirca. (B&D)

July 03 - Visit Ingapirca ruins and continue to Cuenca. Along the way we'll visit the Biblian monestary, Gualaceo and Chordeleg (filigree silverwork). Overnight in Cuenca. (B)

End of Tour

Prices per person: $1000 per person.

If traveling solo, you might have to share a room.

If you are a group of more than 2, we can give you an additional discount


This includes:

    Activities as mentioned above

    Private Comfortable Bus

    All Transfer In & Out

    Lodging on double basis (if there is a single or prefer private, they’ll pay

    an extra fee)

    Meals as detailed above B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, BL=Box Lunch, D=Dinner
    Bottled water during the entire excursion

    Guides during the entire excursion (local or specialized)

    Train ticket Devil’s Nose

    All Entrance Fees

    All local taxes

Not included:
    Meals where not indicated
   Anything not detailed above and personal spending



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