• Location: Quito, Ecuador
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Experience the incredible geography and scenery of Ecuador during this full-day trip covering Pululahua National Park and the country’s ‘Middle of the World’ equator monument. Start your excursion by straddling both the north and south hemispheres at the ‘Mitad del Mundo’ site marking the earth’s equator. Then head to Pululahua, a geo-botanical reserve inside a dormant volcano where you can observe more than 50 species of exotic plants and more than 20 different types of animals. This trip also covers a guide, activities, entrance fees, bottled water, round-trip hotel transport and an optional lunch.


  • See the Middle of the World Monument near Quito and visit Pululahua Volcano
  • Straddle the earth's two hemispheres, north and south, on a visit to the 'Middle of the World' monument
  • Explore the incredible biodiversity of Pululahua National Park, a now-dormant volcano
  • Observe more than 50 species of plants and more than 20 different animals
  • Choose to add an optional lunch to the excursion

What You Can Expect

Quito Combo Tour: Middle of the World Monument and Pululahua Volcano Hike

Mitad del Mundo Complex

Customer Reviews


2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better September 2016

The description of the trip is not correct-the walk to the volcano bottom is very difficult and steep-we did not have lunch at the bottom, the restaurant was closed. It was a long day, could be better arranged.

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