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Venture into the Andes on this 2-day guided tour through Ecuador’s Avenue of the Volcanoes, located just south of the capital city of Quito. Brilliant green mountaintops, capped by white snow in winter months, line this stunning 185-mile stretch of the nation’s countryside. Check out Ecuador’s most active volcano during a stop at Cotopaxi National Park and spend the evening at a quaint hacienda in Riobamba before settling in for a 2-hour train ride towards the famed Devil’s Nose. Take in the incredible views of Ecuador’s truly breathtaking scenery as your travel through Alausi—a truly memorable experience!

Highlights

  • 2-day tour through Avenue of the Volcanoes with overnight stay in Riobamba
  • Marvel at Ecuador’s most famous volcanoes, including Cayambe, Sangay and El Altar
  • Visit Cotopaxi National Park for photo opportunities
  • Embark on a 2-hour train ride from Alausí toward Devil’s Nose, a dramatic rock formation
  • Round-trip transport by coach from Quito is included
  • Enjoy an overnight stay in Riobamba, awakening to breakfast at your hacienda

What You Can Expect

2-Day Andes Tour from Quito with Avenue of the Volcanoes Train Ride

Devil's Nose railway

Customer Reviews

Luis G D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2015

Very good. Our guide, Wilson was outstanding.

Kirk L

4 star rating: Recommended August 2013

The tour itself was great. El Andaluz an excellent hotel. Wilson was an excellent guide. I scheduled a rest day after I arrived as I did not get to the hotel til 2AM. At 9AM I called the Grayline to comfirm this tour for the next day. "We have NO record of a reservation!" I was picked up at the airport so had a reservation of that, and the whole trip was booked together. What happened to the 2 day tour??? I still don't know. The front desk guy made at least 4 calls to the Grayline office trying to get confirmation. At 5PM I called myself and was finally told that yes, they had me down but did not have confirmation for the train ride part of the tour. I said, "Look, you've had since February to get that. Get your act together!" I was told that the "other shift" made the reservation and did not record the info. This seemed to be the way they worked. The only time I was sure of anything was when I had an English speaking guide next to me and he was on his cell phone with the offricewas sure was when I

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