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 make it the biggest volcanic crater on the American continent, and it is also one of only two inhabited craters world-wide. 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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