This three-day excursion will reveal the best kept secret of the central Andean region in Ecuador. The Quilotoa is one of the less visited areas in the central highlands and is home to the mesmerizing Quilotoa lake, a turquoise mirror that emerges from an inactive volcano.
Exult in the stark beauty of the environs at Tigua, a small artisan village of the Quechua Indians. It is the home of indigenous artists whose colourful paintings on sheepskin canvases are a representation of the Andean panoramic view. Multicolour mountains, llamas and sheep are part of this fantastic Andean scenery.
Majestic and ice-covered, Chimborazo is the highest mountain peak in the Ecuadorian Andes and, and the highest point on the surface of the Earth, when measured from the core of the earth. The region is rich in history, traditions, handicrafts, and natural beauty, with many lakes and beautiful paramo landscapes