Make the most out of your day and enjoy our collection of one-day adventures while you travel around the country. Whether you are looking for cities' highlights, archeological sites, small colorful town, national parks or something else; we have the right options for you. Deciding what to do is no longer a problem.

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Get to know Quito by trolley, like the ones in the twenties. A luxurious way to tour the main attractions of the Center and North of the city.

Enjoy the colonial beauties of the Historic Center under the lights of the night, a complete view of Quito Colonial Night.

You will learn about the indigenous history of the region, its colonization and the place that Ecuador occupies on the world map. In addition to museums, shops and artisanal squares.

A provocative trip to the senses that combines flavors and culture. Savor a delicious canelazo in Guapulo and visit the Guayasamín Museum.

Quito: The Complete Guide

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Walk through colonial streets, get to know the city's most iconic churches, 17th-century squares and try the delicious typical Quito desserts.

QUILOTOA COTOPAXI TURISTAS PAISAJES

Meet two of the most beautiful places in the Ecuadorian Andes; Contemplate the natural wealth of Cotopaxi. Marvel at the Quilotoa, venture into the volcano of turquoise waters.

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Meet the city of handicrafts and indigenous people that showcases its handicraft market, the most important in South America

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Time seems to have stopped in Cuenca; carriages that travel daily through the historic center, ancestral businesses, and craftsmen making the best straw hats.

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Its colorful parks and squares, warm people and great commerce are part of the pearl of Pacifico. Get to know the Santa Ana hill and its loggers of yesteryear.

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The Historical Park, a space of wildlife and culture that exhibits species of flora and fauna of the Pearl of the Pacific, in addition to old houses rebuilt in this place.

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Live one of the most difficult train routes in the world, the Devil's Nose. Complete the tour, visiting the Ingapirca Archaeological Complex and its historic Inca buildings.

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To the west of Cuenca, known for the trails that cross evergreen cloud forests and its hundreds of lagoons, such as La Toreadora. It also hosts very diverse fauna.

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While you are in Cuenca, get the most out of the local artisans, each of these artisan villages sells their products in open-air markets.