Route of the Volcanoes. TRENES ECUADOR con VivaEcuador

Thursday (Jul/Ago) - Friday - Saturday - Sunday
Category:
  • TRENES ECUADOR 5
  • trenes ecuador 4
  • Tren Crucero 2013

SCHEDULE:

08:00 to 17:30 – Passengers must arrive 60 mins before departure time

* Rates for children apply from 2 years old to 11 years and 11 months old.

* Access to differentiated rates upon presentation of enabling documents.

The program includes:

Standard quote:

  • Train ticket
  • Guidance through the journey
  • Mountain cloud forest walk at El Boliche area and cultural show.

Not include:

  • Additional expenses not detailed in the itinerary.
  • Lunch is not included.

 

Travel Tips

CLOTHING: A jacket for cold weather, comfortable walking shoes, hat, sunscreen (SPF 70 at least), sunglasses, camera, and cash. We also recommend raincoat or rain poncho due the chance of rain.

ALTITUDE: From 2,890 to 3,547 meters above sea level. Temperature ranges from 5 ° to 25°C.

IMPORTANT: Short, easy treks in rough terrain and high altitude. Likelihood of mudded trails from October to June. Free, guarded parking areas available for our clients in Chimbacalle station.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All itineraries are subjected to change due to force majeure or technical, operational circumstances. Please check our policy regarding refunds and cancellations. At Tren Ecuador we are committed to providing the best possible travel experience.

Quito – El Boliche – Machachi – Quito

The adventure begins in Eloy Alfaro Train Station at Chimbacalle, from where we depart southwards to the “Avenue of the Volcanoes”.

Pichincha, Atacazo, Pasochoa, the Viudita, Rumiñahui volcanoes, among others flank the railway. The road descends through the “jungles of Panzaleo” whence wood for building the churches of Quito came from, through grasslands, croplands and haciendas.

In Tambillo and Machachi we’ll enjoy the cuisine and culture of the chagras, the Ecuadorian cowboys. In El Boliche, the recreation area of Cotopaxi National Park, we discover its singular flora and fauna in an easy walk, then return to Machachi for lunch (not included).