THE ANDES FROM NORTH TO SOUTH – 13D/12N
In the northern of Andes, you can appreciate the architecture of the largest and best preserved historic center in Latin America, take the best photographs standing up on 2 hemispheres at the same time, know the wonderful biodiversity of the Ecuadorian cloud forest, visit the largest Andean indigenous market where you can buy clothing, crafts, musical instruments and more, as well as relax in hot springs located at 3500 masl. The central part of Andes awaits you to ascend until 5200 masl to the glacier of the highest active volcano in the world, observe the emerald green lagoon located on the crater of a volcano, practice extreme sports and photograph yourself on the Swing at the End of the World from which you can observe another active volcano. Heading south, visit the First Catholic Church built in Ecuador and cross the Devil’s Nose train ride on board the most difficult train in the world. You can also explore the Inca ruins of Ingapirca, admire the beauty of Cuenca city and take walks through one of the World Biosphere Reserves.