Cajas National Park

Landscapes, lagoons, exotic flora and fauna


The Cajas is a national park located to the Northwest of the city of Cuenca, it is formed by a lacustrine system of glacial origin with more than 200 lagoons.

We will carry out several walks with varying degrees of difficulty, from the lower park areas to the highest.
On the way we will visit a beautiful primary forest and observe the interesting flora of the place.


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Bilingual guide (English / Spanish)
Private transport
Departure and arrival from the established points

Important Notes

Prices are per person in shared service.
We operate on Wednesdays
Departure time: 08h00 -08h30am
Transportation from: Regular services (SIB) depart and return only from the following hotels: Carvallo, El Dorado, Macondo, Eagle House, Victoria, St. Lucia, Mansion Alcazar.
Cancellation: In case of cancellation during 48 hours before the excursion, the cost of the service will not be refundable.

Meet one of the most biodiverse moors of the Andes. This humid and cloudy site is a sanctuary for the conservation of birds, mammals and flora. Walking through polylepis tree forests will make you feel that you enter a fairy tale. - Lonely Planet

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