Cotopaxi Day Tour - MOST POPULAR

Cotopaxi Day Tour - MOST POPULAR

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Most Popular Cotopaxi Daytour

With CarpeDM Adventures, your journey to Cotopaxi is more than a tour; it's an expedition into the heart of awe. Traverse through landscapes painted with the palette of the Andes, from verdant valleys to the mystical, cloud-wrapped heights. Every step is a story, every glance a panoramic masterpiece.

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  • 07:30 Meet at Carpedm Office
  • 09:30 Enter Cotopaxi National Park
  • 10:00 The guide will give explanation of the area, volcanoes, vegetation, animals etc.
  • 10:00 Arrive at Carpark 4500 meters above sea level and hike to refuge 4864 meters
  • 12:15 Returned to Carpark
  • 12:25 Equipment Check - Start Bike ride
  • 13:30 Finish biking
  • 14:00 Drive to the restaurant for Lunch
  • 15:00 Eat lunch
  • 16:00 Return to Quito
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Cotopaxi Daytour Sustainable Development Goals

Join us on our Cotopaxi 1-day hike and bike tour, a journey that not only fuels local economic growth by engaging with community businesses and services but also promotes your health and well-being through exhilarating physical activity amidst the breathtaking Andean scenery. This adventure perfectly blends environmental responsibility and personal rejuvenation, where each step and pedal contributes to sustainable development and a healthier you.

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Embark on a journey to the heart of Cotopaxi National Park, where we'll whisk you away to the base of the awe-inspiring Cotopaxi Volcano, towering at 5,897 meters (19,347 feet) - one of the highest active volcanoes on Earth! Brace yourself for a thrilling hike up to an astounding 4,864 m (15958.01 feet), and then switch gears as you explore the breathtaking Andean landscape on a bike. The adventure crescendos with a visit to the mystical Limpiopungo Lagoon, unveiling the secrets behind Cotopaxi's name, 'Moon’s Throne'. This tour is a perfect amalgamation of exhilarating hiking and optional downhill biking, designed for those who thirst for both adventure and discovery.

  • Bilingual guide Spanish / English.
  • Tourist transport.
  •  Lunch
  • Bike and helmet
  • Permits to enter protected areas
  • Breakfast
  • Extra food and drinks.
  • Tips
  • Snacks
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