Quito Equator tour - The Middle of the World
This popular tour takes you to the site of the Equator line (latitude zero). The city of Quito lies just 22km from the equator, and is easy to visit in ½ day.
We take you to visit three different sites:
- Enjoy scenic views into Pululahua volcano, the largest inhabited crater in the world.
- Visit the official equator monument (Middle of the world - Mitad del mundo) for your perfect photos with one foot in each hemisphere. Here you will also learn about the important 1736 Geodesic Mission scientific study.
- Perform fascinating Equator scientific tests at Inti Ñan museum, as well as other fun activities.
Equator Middle of the World Tour
PRICES PER PERSON 2021
- 2 people
- 3 people
- 4 people
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- 14:00Pickup from your hotel
- 14:45 – 17:00Visit Equator area
- 18:00Aprox drop off time at your hotel
The places that you visit are flexible. The itinerary can be adapted directly with your guide, depending on your interests. Timings are referential only and subject to change.Book now
- Return transport to / from your Quito city hotel
- Licensed English-speaking guide
- Entry Fees / activity costs
- Transport to/from Quito airport or the valley area, this costs a little extra, please let us know in advance
- Personal Expenses
- Tips (Optional)
- This tour is available 7 days a week, 365 days per year.
- Possible timings: 09:00 – 13:00 or 13:00 – 17:00.
About this itinerary
Don´t forget to bring your passport along if you want a special equator stamp in it!
This is a private tour, so you have flexibility to make itinerary changes on the day with your guide.
We recommend booking day tours at least one week in advance, to ensure that a guide is available for you, and the trip booking & organization can be done smoothly.
What Our Clients Say
Yvonne & William Poppen
"Excellent tour - good, informative tour guides and enjoyable museum"
"Nice way to spend 1/2 day out of Quito - recommended!"
Gabriela Truden, Canada
“We could not visit Quito without seeing the equator line! This Happy Gringo tour was an easy way to tick it off our bucket list.”