Ecuador's Volcano Triple Crown

Ecuador, Climbing, 16 days - from $3,140 (land only)

Climbing

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The Galapagos Islands, located on the equator 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, are a natural paradise where the plant and animal species have evolved in isolation from the outside world. A cruise around these islands with landings to get up close to the wildlife is a highlight of any visit to this region. If your chosen Ecuador holiday does not include a visit to the Galapagos we can easily arrange a cruise including flights from Quito as an extension to your main holiday. A superb counterpoint to the Andean Highlands is the 'Selva' of the Amazon basin. Stay in a comfortable eco-lodge in the heart of the rainforest and skim along quiet waterways in a dugout canoe, as monkeys play overhead in the trees while spotting caiman and pink dolphin. With a long-haul destination such as South America, it makes sense if you have the time, to extend your visit to another country in Latin America. Peru and Bolivia are a short flight away from Ecuador and have much to offer from the incredible Inca ruins of Machu Picchu to the vast Titicaca Lake. Since extensions may affect your international flight schedule you should consider booking these at the same time as your main holiday. We can assist with any arrangements such as extra hotel nights, transfers or flights that you may require. All extensions can be reserved during the online booking process.

The Galapagos Islands

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The Galapagos Islands are said to be the crown jewels of the natural world. These paradise islands have a mythological status with their unique wildlife and stories and theories from Charles Darwin in 1835. Blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, albatross, giant tortoises, swimming with seals and turtles, dinosaurs like marine... More

Lake Titicaca

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Forming part of the border between Peru and Bolivia, this sacred lake of the Incas at an elevation of 3830 metres, was were the god Viracocha rose and created the sun, moon, stars and the first people. It is the largest navigable lake in the world and is renown for its azure blue beauty. There are several islands in the lake,... More

The Historic Citadel of Machu Picchu

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The ruins of Machu Picchu, rediscovered in 1911, after almost 500 years preserved by dense vegetation, are arguably the outstanding highlight amongst the man-made wonders of the entire South American continent. Built at 2450 metres elevation, the main site includes hundreds of buildings, an agricultural production area, irrigation... More

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