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From Quito: Full-Day Papallacta Tour

1. From Quito: Full-Day Papallacta Tour

Begin your tour with a stop at the viewpoint at the Papallacta lagoon to admire the surrounding landscape, before arriving at the Termas de Papallacta resort. Enjoy a short walk along the La Isla path to learn more about the local flora and fauna. Take some free time to relax in the hot springs at the spa and to have lunch on your own, before returning to Quito.

Cotopaxi Park and Papallacta Hot Springs: Lunch Included

2. Cotopaxi Park and Papallacta Hot Springs: Lunch Included

Embark on a thrilling journey from the heart of Quito to the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Cotopaxi volcano, a majestic peak that soars to an astounding altitude of 5,897 meters. This adventure promises to be an unforgettable day, packed with natural beauty, adventure, and relaxation. The Cotopaxi Volcano: Your adventure begins in Quito, a city nestled high in the Andes, where you'll set off on a remarkable journey to the Cotopaxi National Park. Cotopaxi is the second-highest active volcano in Ecuador and stands as a testament to the raw power of nature. As you approach the volcano, you'll be captivated by its commanding presence, its snow-capped peak piercing the sky. Upon entering Cotopaxi National Park, you'll find yourself surrounded by lush, high-altitude vegetation. The park is a sanctuary for a diverse range of flora and fauna, some of which are uniquely adapted to thrive in this challenging environment. Keep your camera ready as you may encounter majestic condors soaring gracefully in the clear blue skies, or maybe a curious llama grazing amidst the rugged terrain. Your adventure at Cotopaxi continues with the option to hike or explore the lower slopes of the volcano, allowing you to immerse yourself in its natural wonder and connect with the untamed beauty of the Andes. Feel the crisp mountain air invigorate your spirit as you take in panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, with the vast expanse of the Andean highlands stretching out before you. Papallacta Hot Springs: After a morning of exploration, it's time to reward yourself with relaxation. Bid farewell to the Cotopaxi volcano as you embark on a scenic drive to the serene haven of Papallacta hot springs. Nestled within the lush Andean cloud forest, these natural thermal baths offer a soothing and rejuvenating experience like no other. As you arrive at Papallacta, the soothing embrace of the thermal waters beckons. Slip into the warm pools and let the healing properties of the mineral-rich waters work their magic on your body and soul. As you soak, surrounded by lush greenery and the cool mountain air, you'll feel any tension melt away. Papallacta hot springs offer the perfect opportunity to unwind and reflect on the incredible experiences of the day. Whether you choose to indulge in a spa treatment, take a leisurely walk through the cloud forest, or simply bask in the serenity of the surroundings, this is a moment to savor. As the day draws to a close, you'll return to Quito, feeling refreshed, reenergized, and filled with memories of your unforgettable journey to Cotopaxi and Papallacta. This adventure is a testament to Ecuador's natural splendor, where the power of the Andes and the soothing embrace of hot springs combine to create an experience like no other.

3 Days Discover The Ecuadorian Amazon (Tour From Quito)

3. 3 Days Discover The Ecuadorian Amazon (Tour From Quito)

DAY 1: Shared transfer from Quito - Check In Lodge / Suchipakari´s Welcome drink - Lunch Jungle Walking - Gran Cacique Route: Ceibo & Medicinals Plants River Beach and tubbing Dinner & Lodging Optional: Night walking. DAY 2: Breakfast– Trekking Waterfall, natural swimming pool & refresh moment on the river - Box Lunch – Visit Quichua Communities, Traditional Music, Dances, Crafts Shopping – Dinner - Night walk & Lodging DAY 3: Breakfast – Chocolate Prepare – Check out. Tour finishes in Tena City

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