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Guided colonial Quito tour; Otavalo Valley-cultural centre; Famed 'Avenue of Volcanoes'; Four-night luxury Galapagos cruise; Beautiful, colonial Cuenca; Ingapirca Inca ruins
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Thu 16 Jul 2015||Sun 02 Aug 2015||$4590|
|Thu 15 Oct 2015||Sun 01 Nov 2015||$4590|
|Thu 22 Oct 2015||Sun 08 Nov 2015||$4590|
|Thu 14 Jan 2016||Sun 31 Jan 2016||$4590|
|Thu 18 Feb 2016||Sun 06 Mar 2016||$4590|
|Thu 14 Jul 2016||Sun 31 Jul 2016||$4590|
|Thu 13 Oct 2016||Sun 30 Oct 2016||$4590|
|Thu 20 Oct 2016||Sun 06 Nov 2016||$4590|
Optional Single Supplement: $1800 (number of singles limited).
From Quito, the second highest capital city in the world, we head into the countryside to visit traditional markets in colourful villages and to venture down Ecuador's 'Avenue of the Volcanoes', a spectacular 325-kilometre valley between the cordillera ranges that boasts green equatorial lushness and snow-crested peaks. Chimborazo Reserve, created in 1987, protects the stark beauty of its volcanic landscapes and the lives of its endangered wildlife and we are treated to a broad overview of Ecuador's history by spending time in the colonial centres of Ibarra, the Inca site of Ingapirca and on the cobblestone streets of what is often considered the country's most beautiful city, Cuenca. The Galapagos Islands are without doubt some of the most rewarding and unusual destinations on the planet. Though the islands have become premier tour destinations for travellers, their untouched nature has not suffered as a result; the Galapagos have changed little since the times of Charles Darwin. With giant tortoises, land iguanas, flightless cormorants and more species of exotic flora than can be imagined, this is the ultimate experience in nature.
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