Ecuador Country of Contrast - trip of in Ecuador

Colonial city, volcanoes, Amazonia and Galapagos

A small country with many wonders: colonial architecture in Cuenca and Quito, picturesque Quechua villages with its indigenous markets, the imposing Andean mountain range with its famous avenue of volcanoes, the Amazon rainforest with its fascinating fauna and, of course, Galapagos with its great biodiversity and endemic species


Day 1: Flight to Quito
Arrival at the airport and assistance, transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: Otavalo & Cuicocha
After breakfast,visit to the Plaza de los Ponchos in the Otavalo Market, one of the most important indigenous markets in the region. The route continues to Cotacachi, a town known for the sale and manufacture of leather goods.

Day 3: Quito- Napo Cultural CenterAll Included
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to flight to Coca; Napo Cultural Center. Arrival at the airport and assistance and transfer to the port of embarkation: La Misión, for boarding in the canoes of the Añangu Community that will be between 11:30 and 12:30. During the trip you will be able to observe various types of birds typical of the banks and islands of the Napo River such as kingfishers, beach terns and other species. Arrival at Napo Cultural Center, the cabins will be assigned in an environment full of Amazonian wildlife, one of the sites with the greatest biological diversity on earth, the Yasuni National Park. In the afternoon, there will be a short walk to the banks of the Napo River to enjoy a beautiful sunset on its beaches and natural islands.

Day 4: Napo Cultural CenterAll Included
Breakfast and departure to board the canoe that will take us to three incredible meat-curing plants with easy access and spectacular sightings. You can see about 11 species of parrots, parakeets and, in certain seasons, scarlet macaws. The morning will end with a visit to the Interpretation Center "Kuri Muyu" run by the women of the community, where you can appreciate the Kichwa culture, crafts, traditions and ancestral uses of natural resources. Return for lunch and take a break at the Eco Lodge. In the afternoon, visit and paddle in the black water pipe (Igapo) and tour on the Guangana or Kuri Muyo trail. During the return it is possible to see alligators and other wildlife on the banks of the Caño and Napo River. Return to the hotel by motorized canoe

Day 5: Napo Cultural CenterAll Included
After breakfast, a tour of the community projects, information about the Kichwa worldview, medicinal plants, and walks along the Mama Cuna or Samona trails to observe more wildlife, centenary ceibos, matapalos, bamboo cane, lianas and endemic shrubs. of the Yasuní. Return to Napo Cultural Center where an exquisite traditional dinner awaits us.

Day 6: Napo- Quito- Parque Nacional Cotopaxi Baños
Breakfast and transfer to the Avenue of the Volcanoes, you will arrive at the Cotopaxi National Park, a volcano with a height of 5,897m. Guided visit. After a two-hour walk from the first refuge reaching 4800m

Day 7: Baños
After breakfast, Baños, there is a full day excursion; tour of the Waterfalls, the Tree House, Swings and Café del Cielo.

Day 8: Baños - Cuenca
In the morning, Baños, there is an excursion to the Chimborazo volcano, the Church of Balbanera, the Laguna de Colta. Transfer to Cuenca

Day 9: Cuenca - Guayaquil
After breakfast, visit the Cajas National Park. The route will continue to the city of Guayaquil. Night at Guayaquil.

Day 10: Flight Guayaquil- Baltra
Breakfast and transfer to the Guayaquil airport to take the flight to Baltra. Arrival at Baltra airport, assistance and transfer to the hotel

Day 11: Sailing
2 dives in Plazas & Rocas Gordon

Day 12: Sailing
2 dives in Daphne Menor & Seymour

Day 13: Sailing
2 dives in Seymour & Mosquera North

Day 14: Baltra- Guayaquil
Transfer to Baltra airport, flight to Guayaquil and night at Guayaquil

Day 15: International Flight retorn
Transfer to the airport and flight back to your city

Day 16: Arrive
Arrive at your city


Diving equipment
Airport and transfer assistance.
Dive master guide.
Guías especializados durante la ruta Specialized guides along the road.
Dives described.
Mentioned excursions
Accommodation according to programation
Travel insurance

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Optional activities not specified
Any aspect not mentioned in section includes.
Tickets parks / monuments, payment in destination.
Personal expenses
Expenses caused by delays or air cancellations.
Tourist taxes
Other aspects not mentioned in the section include.
Domestic flights
International flights
Green Tax.

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Country of great natural wealth. This small South American giant offers us from the Amazon jungle to the Andes, the Pacific coast crossed by cetaceans and of course, the natural labboratory of Darwin, the Galapagos islands. 

Clima - Estacionalidad

Jan 16ºC 10ºC 25ºC 91% 37% 54ml 6kmh
Feb 16ºC 10ºC 26ºC 91% 50% 80ml 6kmh
Mar 17ºC 10ºC 26ºC 91% 53% 89ml 6kmh
Apr 17ºC 10ºC 26ºC 91% 45% 69ml 7kmh
May 14ºC 8ºC 25ºC 91% 34% 46ml 9kmh
Jun 12ºC 7ºC 23ºC 91% 24% 29ml 11kmh
Jul 12ºC 7ºC 23ºC 91% 17% 19ml 14kmh
Aug 12ºC 7ºC 23ºC 91% 14% 15ml 13kmh
Sep 13ºC 7ºC 22ºC 91% 19% 23ml 10kmh
Oct 14ºC 8ºC 23ºC 91% 27% 35ml 7kmh
Nov 15ºC 9ºC 23ºC 91% 28% 39ml 5kmh
Dec 16ºC 10ºC 25ºC 91% 30% 42ml 5kmh
Jan 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 54% 100ml 6kmh
Feb 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 62% 124ml 6kmh
Mar 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 67% 145ml 6kmh
Apr 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 67% 147ml 7kmh
May 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 51% 100ml 7kmh
Jun 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 29% 45ml 10kmh
Jul 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 15% 21ml 12kmh
Aug 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 13% 19ml 12kmh
Sep 21ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 25% 38ml 9kmh
Oct 21ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 38% 59ml 7kmh
Nov 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 40% 67ml 0kmh
Dec 20ºC 11ºC 0ºC 91% 44% 77ml 6kmh
Jan 19ºC 10ºC 0ºC 90% 58% 97ml 6kmh
Feb 19ºC 11ºC 0ºC 90% 68% 119ml 6kmh
Mar 19ºC 11ºC 0ºC 90% 73% 136ml 0kmh
Apr 19ºC 11ºC 0ºC 90% 70% 135ml 7kmh
May 18ºC 10ºC 0ºC 90% 61% 114ml 8kmh
Jun 17ºC 10ºC 0ºC 90% 51% 85ml 10kmh
Jul 17ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 39% 61ml 11kmh
Aug 17ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 34% 49ml 11kmh
Sep 19ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 42% 65ml 9kmh
Oct 20ºC 10ºC 0ºC 90% 51% 84ml 6kmh
Nov 20ºC 10ºC 0ºC 90% 53% 88ml 6kmh
Dec 19ºC 10ºC 0ºC 90% 53% 87ml 6kmh
Jan 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 58% 99ml 5kmh
Feb 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 67% 122ml 5kmh
Mar 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 72% 139ml 5kmh
Apr 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 72% 138ml 5kmh
May 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 55% 94ml 6kmh
Jun 17ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 32% 43ml 8kmh
Jul 18ºC 8ºC 0ºC 90% 18% 21ml 10kmh
Aug 18ºC 8ºC 0ºC 90% 15% 18ml 10kmh
Sep 18ºC 8ºC 0ºC 90% 27% 35ml 8kmh
Oct 18ºC 8ºC 0ºC 90% 41% 57ml 6kmh
Nov 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 44% 67ml 6kmh
Dec 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 90% 47% 76ml 6kmh
Jan 30ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 50% 103ml 0kmh
Feb 30ºC 23ºC 0ºC 84% 54% 121ml 3kmh
Mar 30ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 61% 147ml 0kmh
Apr 29ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 65% 160ml 0kmh
May 28ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 63% 157ml 0kmh
Jun 28ºC 21ºC 0ºC 84% 61% 137ml 3kmh
Jul 29ºC 21ºC 0ºC 84% 52% 111ml 3kmh
Aug 30ºC 21ºC 0ºC 84% 47% 96ml 0kmh
Sep 31ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 53% 111ml 0kmh
Oct 30ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 59% 133ml 3kmh
Nov 29ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 62% 142ml 0kmh
Dec 29ºC 22ºC 0ºC 84% 55% 125ml 0kmh
Jan 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 57% 105ml 5kmh
Feb 18ºC 10ºC 0ºC 91% 67% 130ml 5kmh
Mar 18ºC 10ºC 0ºC 91% 72% 148ml 5kmh
Apr 18ºC 10ºC 0ºC 91% 71% 149ml 5kmh
May 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 54% 99ml 5kmh
Jun 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 31% 44ml 7kmh
Jul 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 16% 20ml 8kmh
Aug 19ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 14% 18ml 8kmh
Sep 19ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 26% 36ml 6kmh
Oct 19ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 40% 57ml 6kmh
Nov 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 42% 66ml 6kmh
Dec 18ºC 9ºC 0ºC 91% 46% 78ml 5kmh
Jan 30ºC 24ºC 26ºC 84% 28% 108ml 12kmh
Feb 30ºC 24ºC 26ºC 84% 32% 180ml 11kmh
Mar 31ºC 24ºC 26ºC 84% 25% 172ml 10kmh
Apr 31ºC 24ºC 26ºC 84% 15% 111ml 10kmh
May 30ºC 23ºC 25ºC 84% 5% 49ml 11kmh
Jun 29ºC 22ºC 23ºC 84% 3% 18ml 12kmh
Jul 28ºC 21ºC 23ºC 84% 1% 8ml 14kmh
Aug 29ºC 21ºC 22ºC 84% 1% 3ml 14kmh
Sep 29ºC 21ºC 22ºC 84% 2% 2ml 15kmh
Oct 29ºC 21ºC 23ºC 84% 3% 5ml 15kmh
Nov 30ºC 22ºC 23ºC 84% 3% 14ml 15kmh
Dec 30ºC 23ºC 25ºC 84% 12% 37ml 14kmh
Jan 22ºC 15ºC 10ºC 84% 44% 87ml 7kmh
Feb 22ºC 15ºC 10ºC 84% 53% 116ml 7kmh
Mar 23ºC 15ºC 10ºC 84% 56% 129ml 5kmh
Apr 22ºC 15ºC 10ºC 84% 53% 119ml 7kmh
May 21ºC 15ºC 9ºC 84% 41% 86ml 8kmh
Jun 21ºC 14ºC 9ºC 84% 29% 52ml 10kmh
Jul 21ºC 14ºC 9ºC 84% 20% 34ml 11kmh
Aug 21ºC 13ºC 8ºC 84% 17% 28ml 11kmh
Sep 22ºC 14ºC 8ºC 84% 24% 39ml 10kmh
Oct 22ºC 14ºC 9ºC 84% 33% 54ml 9kmh
Nov 22ºC 14ºC 9ºC 84% 34% 61ml 7kmh
Dec 22ºC 15ºC 9ºC 84% 37% 67ml 7kmh
Jan 26ºC 25ºC 25ºC 51% 12% 32ml 14kmh
Feb 27ºC 25ºC 27ºC 51% 21% 53ml 11kmh
Mar 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 51% 22% 55ml 11kmh
Apr 27ºC 25ºC 25ºC 51% 15% 44ml 12kmh
May 25ºC 24ºC 24ºC 51% 8% 27ml 15kmh
Jun 24ºC 23ºC 24ºC 51% 4% 13ml 17kmh
Jul 24ºC 22ºC 23ºC 51% 3% 7ml 18kmh
Aug 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Sep 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 0ml 19kmh
Oct 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Nov 24ºC 22ºC 23ºC 51% 3% 6ml 18kmh
Dec 25ºC 23ºC 24ºC 51% 6% 14ml 16kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Walhe Shark
Green Turtle
Olive turtle
Hawksbill turtle
Leatherback turtle
Bottlenose dolphin
Common Dolphin
Tiger shark
Blacktip shark
Hammerhead Shark
White tip shark
Manta Ray
Ribbontail rays
Devil Ray
Eagle Ray
Sea wolf and the hair seal
South american fur seal
Galapagos shark
Ocean sunfish
Silky shark
Killer whale
Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Spider monkey
Squirrel monkey
Howler monkey
Pink dolphin

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