Pululahua Volcano | Horseback Riding

Pululahua volcano - bio-diverse experience - fascinating sceneries   Be part of an amazing experience visiting Pululahua volcano, located right on the Eq..
Pululahua volcano - bio-diverse experience - fascinating sceneries   Be part of an amazing experience visiting Pululahua volcano, located right on the Equator, and its highly bio-diverse surroundings and fascinating sceneries. 6-km diameter makes it the biggest volcanic crater on the American continent, and it is also one of only two inhabited craters worldwide. In three different loops in the Pululahua volcano, that all together will draw the shape of a trefoil leaf, we shall explore the depths and heights of this surprising area.

Services

Included
  • Adventure program in private tour
  • Accommodation in reserve lodges / tents
  • 2 x Breakfast, 3 x menu lunch, 2 x dinner
  • Private transportation
  • Horse and equipment (use of wellington/rubber boots, helmets, hats, chaps)
  • English - Spanish speaking certified guide
  • All activities as mentioned
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Excluded
  • Personal expenses
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Activities not specified in the program
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Tips
Optional (Available upon request)
  • Vegetarian meals or preferences
  • Airport transfer service
  • Extension programs in the Andes or Amazon Jungle packages

Tour Details :

Horseback Ride – Volcano Landscape

The first day is marked by volcano landscape history and nature, interesting geological formations, mineral avalanches blooming with wild orchids and traditional Andean agriculture.
Day 1

Horseback Ride – Cloud Forest - Hike

The second day in the Cloud Forest leads us along deep gorges covered with cloud forest and invites us for a quick dive in a crystal clear volcanic stream. Hiking sections necessary. Shoes with good grip and fitness required.
Day 2

Horseback Ride – Secondary Forest - Hike

On the third day in the secondary forest, we’ll be riding through lush tropical vegetation, sugar cane, pineapples, and bananas, gathering colorful crab-spiders at lunch-break, enjoying the sound of the crickets while viewing vultures and hawks sailing above us. Riding along narrow moun- tain ridges, we shall also take a glance on the pre-Inca ruins of Portalanza.
Day 3

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