the Lava Line(Twin Room,Start Quito, End Guayaquil)
From 30/07/2019 to 24/02/2020
Departure dates & prices
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Twin-share hotels is the only way we roll on this trip.
Exploring by day and comfy, dreamy sleep filled nights are soon to be yours.
Fuel up for days of exploring with delicious fresh breakfast daily.
We'll also throw in 3 delicious local dinner experiences designed to get your mouth watering with local Ecuadorian faves.
All other meals are there for you to roam free, follow your nose to where the locals hang out for even more unique tastes.
A highly trained Trip Manager who brings your adventure to life.
An expert driver who knows foreign roads better than Google Maps.
Local Guides who make tourist traps a thing of the past.
This is your team.
Smart, friendly, fun, and integral to everything we do.
Day 1 - Arrive Quito Welcome to Quito! The mood will be sky high as we gather in Ecuador's capital. This modern day city (nicknamed the 'light of America') is built on ancient Incan ruins and boasts one of the best preserved historic centres in America. It was also the first city declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Fact. We'll jump straight in to a team tour of the city & skip between two hemispheres at the Equatorial line. Squeezing in a visit to the IInti-?an Museum should round off the first day on trip pretty nicely.
Day 2 - Quito to Tena Having dived deep into Quito yesterday we will wake up ready and raring for adventure, excited for the first of many dramatic changes in scenery on this trip. Our first journey on the road leads us to what is known as the 'cinnamon capital of Ecuador'. But even more exciting than its sweet spice collection is it location - smack bang in the midst of the Amazon rainforest. This place is lush to say the least. It's the capital of the Napo Province and do you hear that noise? Damn right it's the great outdoors calling your name. Our hotel, located on the outskirts of town, is super chilled, allowing you to prepare for the jungle shenanigans of tomorrow.
Day 3 - Tena Today is yours to roam the city and jungle to your hearts content. Maybe unwind over a few hot sugar cane and cinnamon drinks and a traditional canelazo brew, or opt to visit a local indigenous community - a pretty cool way to truly go local and give back on your trip. You'll get the chance to meet a shaman, play soccer with the local kids and really experience what tribe life is all about in this part of the world. Like the sound of this? Maybe consider packing some extra school supplies or tasty treats in your luggage - absolutely not essential but definitely appreciated by the local children. This afternoon, take the adrenaline up a notch and and hit the river for some fast and furious rafting. Nothing like a spot of rapid riding to induce group bonding. Tonight, we'll feast on delicious meats, sauces and salads, all traditional and sourced locally from the area. YUM.
Day 4 - Tena to Banos Good morning, Amazonian roamers! Today we're off to the adrenaline capital of Banos, so time to shimmy our way out of the rainforest - our next adventure awaits... Sitting amidst tumbling valleys, waterfalls, and the still active Volc?n Tungurahua, Banos is a big deal on the natural beauty front. With tomorrow earmarked as our day of outdoor adventuring, tonight is all about learning the art of sultry salsa with an included lesson to get our snake hips a-shaking. Our friendly local teacher, Edith, knows what's up on the dance floor, and by the time we leave those salsa pro's won't know what's hit them. Dance floor goals complete, we'll hop around some watering holes for a taste of the local nightlife.
Day 5 - Banos The adventure opportunities are endless today, with horseback riding, canyoneering and ziplining all on the menu. And trust us, this isn't just any regular old zipline - we're talking aerial bridges, rock climbing and speeding through the skies, Superman style - pretty much the ultimate aerial adventure. Don't have such a head for heights? Horsey fun and canyoneering expeditions will keep you on your toes. Oh what a tough day this will be in Banos - deciding how best to embrace your inner adventurer.
Day 6 - Banos to Guayaquil Adios, Ba?os, you've been real. Today we're hearing the call of Ecuador's largest city and economic hub- our last stop on the trip.Once in Guayaquil, start getting acquainted with Ecuador's urban side at the city's riverfront, Malec?n, or within its historic neighbourhood, Las Pe?as. Hungry? Seafood here is pretty much off the chart, so time to get involved - stat. Ceviche, anyone?
Day 7 - Depart Guayaquil Your trip ends after breakfast when it's time to say "adios" to your mates Arrive Quito Locally Guided City Tour Visit the Equator and internan Museum Visit a handicraft market
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