Through the Panamerican Highway you can admire the diverse ecosystems of the route, as a clear sign of the majesty of the Andes. You will continue to the Cotopaxi National Park, arriving at the foot of the impressive active volcano. Visit the Museum Park, the Limpiopungo Lagoon and through an interesting hike will reach the forest of chuquirahuas to 4200 meters. (if the weather permits). You will reach the Quilotoa Volcano, which has in its crater a stunning turquoise lagoon, making it one of the most beautiful and photographed landscapes of Ecuador. You will take a short hike to appreciate the magnificent view of the volcano (if weather conditions allow). Free time for lunch (not included). Return to Quito in the afternoon
Cotopaxi National Park: is located in the largest volcanic area of Ecuador. In the central part is the Cotopaxi, one of the most active and highest volcanoes in the world. To the northwest is the Rumiñahui and between the two mountains is the Limpiopungo valley. Despite the great height, the Park has numerous species of mammals and birds. Quilotoa Volcano, which has in its crater a stunning turquoise lagoon.
Cotopaxi & Quilotoa Experiencie