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Ecuador trekking tour

The best of the quilotoa loop by foot

The Quilotoa Loop offers Ecuador’s very best trekking routes, through quintessential Andean villages, with breathtaking mountain back drops aplenty.

  • Trek to the refuge of Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano in the world
  • Complete the iconic trek from Chugchlian to Quilotoa villages
  • Marvel at the sublime Quilotoa crater lake, with option to trek into the crater
  • Experience the rural way of life, passing through indigenous communities, and meeting locals on route

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Ecuador trekking tour


  • Number of passengers Prices Per Person
  • 1 passenger $950
  • 2 people $535
  • 3 people $435
  • 4 people $385
  • 5 people $360
  • 6 people $350


  • DAY 1 Cotopaxi National Park Trekking + Private transfer to the community of Isinlivi.
  • DAY 2 Trek to Chugchilán village.
  • DAY 3 Trek to Quilotoa lagoon + visit to Tigua art workshop + Private transfer back to your hotel in Quito.


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Tour Specifications


  • Accommodation in double / twin rooms (or triple for odd-numbered groups who do not wish to pay any single supplement)
  • Private transport with local Spanish-speaking driver
  • Local indigenous guide for the treks (Spanish speaking)
  • All meals and activities as listed above


  • Heavy luggage transport – optional. If travelling with a big pack then there is the option of paying extra to transport it between the villages at extra cost
  • Single supplement : Standard: $45
  • Pickup / drop-off at airport or in Quito valley area (this service costs extra)
  • Local entrance fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips

Tour Dates

  • This tour is available to start on any day throughout the year.

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The Terry Family, UK

A wonderful way to enjoy Ecuador’s countryside, and a very genuine experience too. Having been on the gringo-trail for the past 2 months it was a breath of fresh air to meet such warm and kind people in the small towns along the way.