From the Andes to the Amazon 3D- 2N Quilotoa- Baños- Puyo- Cotopaxi

Tour info

3 days
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Why take this tour?

Join an outstanding trip through the majesty of the Andes and admire the overwhelming landscapes of the route known as the  Avenue of the Volcanoes; venture into the Amazon region thorough the route of the waterfalls. Enjoy an unforgettable 3 day private trip to Cotopaxi National Park, Quilotoa Volcano, Baños de Agua Santa, and the Western Amazon Basin in the Pastaza Province. Support a local initiative of sustainable development by visiting "Hola Vida" waterfall reserve. Explore the route of the waterfalls from Baños to Puyo and witness the power of water at one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Ecuador at "Pailón del Diablo". Swing at  the edge of the world with the best lookout to theTungurahua Volcano at "La Casa del Arbol".

What’s included?

  • Lunch

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

  • Private transportation

  • Certified, bilingual guide

  • Accommodation

  • National Park permits

  • All activities and entrance fees described in the tour details

  • Entry/Admission - Laguna Quilotoa

  • Entry/Admission - Banos

  • Entry/Admission - Ruta de las cascadas

  • Entry/Admission - Cascada Hola Vida

  • Entry/Admission - La Casa del Arbol

  • Entry/Admission - Cotopaxi National Park

  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)

  • Gratuities

  • Local Taxes (apply only for Ecuadorians)

  • Dinners

  • Additional activity options: kayaks, rafting, canopy, cable cars, bicycles, horseback riding. Available upon request.

Things to know

Before you book

  • Duration: 3 days

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Operated by:

Neotropical Nature & Birding Trips

About operator:

We provide personalized top-notch services with a wide variety of tours through some of the most amazing destinations in Ecuador.We promote sustainable development in fragile and threatened ecosystems supporting locally managed ecotourism projects, supporting long term conservation in the zones of influences where we operate our tours.

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