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With an altitude of 5,897 meters above sea level, Cotopaxi is one of the highest active volcanoes in the world; only competing against two other volcanoes for the title. Cotopaxi was also once worshiped by Ecuador’s ancient civilizations, thought to be the bringer of rain and prosperous crops; and the top of Cotopaxi was considered to be where God resided. It was first climbed in 1872, and the ascent has only gotten a lot more popular since then.

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As we approach Otavalo, you will notice an area rich with culture. Indigenous people in local dress come from all over the country to sell their handmade wares. Once we have had time to fill our bags with goods we drive to Cuicocha Lake. Lunch.

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Quilotoa is a tourist site of growing popularity. The route to the "summit" (the small town of Quilotoa) is generally traveled by hired truck or bus from the town of Zumbahua 17 km to the South, or more commonly by bus from Latacunga. Visitors may have to pay two US dollars each to look from the lip of the caldera. There are a number of simple hostels in the immediate area offering services such as mules and guides. Activities include a four to five-hour hike around the caldera (whose diameter i

This area of Ecuador is not only in a region that is volcano-intensive but it also benefits from the formation of many natural hot springs. Nearly 12 years ago, a group of Ecuadorian investors decided to take advantage of the area's natural beauty and miraculous healing waters. Thus the Thermal baths were born.

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Mindo is a mountainous watershed situated in the western slopes of the Andes, where two of the most biologically diverse ecoregions in the world meet: the Chocoan lowlands and the Tropical Andes. In this transitional area — which covers an area of 268 square kilometers (103 sq mi) and ranges from 960–3,440 metres (3,150–11,290 ft) above sea level — three rivers (Mindo, Saloya and Cinto) and hundreds of streams irrigate the landscape, which consists of a patchwork of cloud forests, secon

Visit an Indigenous market in the tiny villages of Saquisilí, Pujili or Latacunga. Travel the Pan-American Highway crossing it east towards Mt. Cotopaxi. Second day Visit the cotopaxi glaciers and Limpiopungo lake

Quito nights give you the opportunity to meet its spectacular architecture beautifully lit. The singular lighting creates a unique atmosphere which makes the Baroque architecture that goes unnoticed during the day is highlighted. You will be able to see the extraordinary conservation of all the colonial buildings, why was declared by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Its cobbled streets and domes of its churches, look like the best memory kept, of the pass the Spanish for this indig