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Escape the city and experience life in a traditional Andean town on this full-day tour of Otavalo from Quito, including lunch. Admire views of natural wonders like Imbabura Volcano and San Pablo Lake; marvel over birds of prey at Parque Condor; then discover Otavalo’s rich indigenous heritage. After lunch, browse the colorful handicrafts and herbal medicines on sale at Otavalo market, and perhaps buy some unique souvenirs to remember your trip. This small-group tour has a maximum of 12 people for a personalized experience.


  • Day trip to Otavalo from Quito
  • See Andean condors, eagles, hawks and falcons at a rehabilitative sanctuary for birds of prey
  • Admire San Pablo Lake at the base of Imbabura Volcano
  • Visit a traditional craft market selling tapestries, blankets, carvings, jewelry and paintings
  • Lunch and an informative guide are included
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 ensures a personalized experience

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This day trip gives you a taste of everything: wildlife encounters, gorgeous views, a local lunch and shopping! You’ll appreciate having a guide both at Parque Condor, where Spanish is used heavily, and at the Otavalo market, where bargaining is the rule of the day.

What You Can Expect

Otavalo Day Trip from Quito: Craft Market and Parque Condor

See the locally made handicrafts in Otavalo

Customer Reviews

Richard M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

We took a all day tour and it was very good. The driver and guide did a excellent job. We learned a lot about the country.

Karishma D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Amazing tour. I enjoyed my visit. Very knowledgeable tour guide.

Sally W

3 star rating: Worth doing February 2016

the bird sanctuary was great with a large number of owls and eagles, but the Indian craft market a bit of a disappointment with all the stalll pretty much selling the same stuff which clearly wasn't made by the people selling it. Lunch at the old hacienda however was me the highlight of the whole day, the food was beautiful but seeing how the upper class lived a couple of hundred years ago was incredibly interesting as were the antiques.

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