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Cotopaxi National Park
Cotopaxi National Park

Quito, the second highest capital in Latin America, perches on a narrow ledge between the slopes of Pichincha Volcano (4,794 m) to the west and the low-lying valleys to the east. This is perhaps the most spectacular city to fly into, as you dizzily descend through the foothills dotted with vertiginous fields and tiny white houses, framed by the huge mountains in the distance. Quito is a city of old and new. The Old Town, the first ever UNESCO World Heritage site, is the Spanish legacy, where ornate Baroque churches and pale blue, pink and yellow colonial buildings line the steep, narrow, cobbled streets, and peddlers noisily tote their wares.

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Indian Market Otavalo
Indian Market Otavalo

Quito, the second highest capital in Latin America, perches on a narrow ledge between the slopes of Pichincha Volcano (4,794 m) to the west and the low-lying valleys to the east. This is perhaps the most spectacular city to fly into, as you dizzily descend through the foothills dotted with vertiginous fields and tiny white houses, framed by the huge mountains in the distance. Quito is a city of old and new. The Old Town, the first ever UNESCO World Heritage site, is the Spanish legacy, where ornate Baroque churches and pale blue, pink and yellow colonial buildings line the steep, narrow, cobbled streets, and peddlers noisily tote their wares.

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Quito - Thermal Springs of Papallacta
Quito - Thermal Springs of Papallacta

Quito, the second highest capital in Latin America, perches on a narrow ledge between the slopes of Pichincha Volcano (4,794 m) to the west and the low-lying valleys to the east. This is perhaps the most spectacular city to fly into, as you dizzily descend through the foothills dotted with vertiginous fields and tiny white houses, framed by the huge mountains in the distance. Quito is a city of old and new. The Old Town, the first ever UNESCO World Heritage site, is the Spanish legacy, where ornate Baroque churches and pale blue, pink and yellow colonial buildings line the steep, narrow, cobbled streets, and peddlers noisily tote their wares.

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Incapirca Canari & Inca Ruins
Incapirca Canari & Inca Ruins

Visit the Canari, Inca ruins, various Inca and Canari Sites. Cuenca boasts some of the country's finest architecture. The Cuenca basin is a major "artisan" center producing ceramics, gold and silver jewelry, textiles and the famous Panama hat.

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Artisan Excursion to the Gualaceo Valley
Artisan Excursion to the Gualaceo Valley

You will visit Chordeleg, Gualaceo and village Sigsig. Cuenca boasts some of the country's finest architecture. The Cuenca basin is a major "artisan" center producing ceramics, gold and silver jewelry, textiles and the famous Panama hat.

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Highland Lakes and Banana Plantations
Highland Lakes and Banana Plantations

You will enjoy a cruise on Cajas National Park and many more activities. Cuenca boasts some of the country's finest architecture. The Cuenca basin is a major "artisan" center producing ceramics, gold and silver jewelry, textiles and the famous Panama hat.

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Explore Paro
Explore Paro

Bhutan is a Buddhist Kingdom. It is a unique destination for visitors to explore ancient and historical temples and monasteries, real Buddhist culture and philosophy, flora and fauna, trekking and mountaineering. Journey to Bhutan is considered a experience once in life time. A small number of people are welcome to explore this fascinating and mysterious land. You will visit Paro, valley of Punakha, Thimpu and Bhumthang.

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Gold Mines & Petrified Forests
Gold Mines & Petrified Forests

You will visit Puerto Bolivar, local Mining museum, colonial town of Zaruma and Ecological Reserve (Manglares Churute where we do a short boat ride through the Mangroves). Cuenca boasts some of the country's finest architecture. The Cuenca basin is a major "artisan" center producing ceramics, gold and silver jewelry, textiles and the famous Panama hat.

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Otavalo Market
Otavalo Market

The traditional outdoor Indian markets of the Ecuadorian highlands teem with life and colour. Wander among the locals dressed in their traditional costumes, look at vegetables and fruits you may never have seen before, choose woven wall-hangings and knitted sweaters, or hand-embroidered blouses and dresses, admire the naïf paintings done by the people of Tigua - and all under the canopy of the deep blue Andean sky. This is really a photo opportunity you can't afford to miss. Take for example, the famous market at Saquisili held every Thursday, which has hardly changed in the last 500 years. This small town is located south of Quito, in the midst of arid lands planted with maize and dotted with eucalyptus trees, where the local people's rural lifestyle and festivals have carried on unchanged throughout the centuries. Just as in the old European medieval markets, each square in the town sells different products, some have cattle or poultry, others sell cereals and herbs, others rush mats, and others terracotta pots. The stalls are put together with rustic wooden planks with drapes of cloth to shelter the vendors from the relentless Andean sun. Watch how the locals buy and learn to haggle like them! Market day in the Andes depends on the town. In Pujili it is on Sundays and Wednesdays, in Latacunga on Saturdays and so on. Although the Ecuadorian currency is now the dollar, the tradition of barter is still thriving.

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Authentic Zumbahua and Pujili Markets
Authentic Zumbahua and Pujili Markets

The traditional outdoor Indian markets of the Ecuadorian highlands teem with life and colour. Wander among the locals dressed in their traditional costumes, look at vegetables and fruits you may never have seen before, choose woven wall-hangings and knitted sweaters, or hand-embroidered blouses and dresses, admire the naïf paintings done by the people of Tigua - and all under the canopy of the deep blue Andean sky. This is really a photo opportunity you can't afford to miss. Take for example, the famous market at Saquisili held every Thursday, which has hardly changed in the last 500 years. This small town is located south of Quito, in the midst of arid lands planted with maize and dotted with eucalyptus trees, where the local people's rural lifestyle and festivals have carried on unchanged throughout the centuries. Just as in the old European medieval markets, each square in the town sells different products, some have cattle or poultry, others sell cereals and herbs, others rush mats, and others terracotta pots. The stalls are put together with rustic wooden planks with drapes of cloth to shelter the vendors from the relentless Andean sun. Watch how the locals buy and learn to haggle like them! Market day in the Andes depends on the town. In Pujili it is on Sundays and Wednesdays, in Latacunga on Saturdays and so on. Although the Ecuadorian currency is now the dollar, the tradition of barter is still thriving.

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