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Enjoy the best of Ecuador in unique adventures

The famous Otavalo Market in the northern Andes, the Avenue of the Volcanoes, Devil´s Nose, the amazing tropical forest in the Pacific coast. The famous Otavalo Market in the northern Andes, the Avenue of the Volcanoes, Devil´s Nose, the amazing tropical forest in the Pacific coast. Eight different day trips to discover Ecuador’s best kept secrets.

NORTHERN ANDES

Tren de la Libertad I

Ibarra – Salinas – Ibarra

From Ibarra, two hours north of Quito, crossing seven hand-hewn tunnels and two panoramic bridges take our train to Salinas, home to a vibrant afro-ecuadorian community

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NORTHERN ANDES

Tren de la Libertad II

Otavalo – Salinas – Otavalo

We start in Otavalo and cruise along a fertile valley where culture and traditions of Quichua and mestizo people is still alive. Folklores, legends, textile, wood carvers, Andean cuisine await us at every stop. In Ibarra, we join the Tren de la Libertad I to Salinas.

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CENTRAL ANDES

Tren de los Volcanes

Quito – El Boliche – Machachi – Quito

You may spot more than 15 volcanoes in this ride… if the weather allows. If not, rural landscapes, the “chagra” (Ecuadorian cow-boy) culture and a surprising Andean forest in the skirts of Cotopaxi volcano will make this a worthwhile adventure.

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CENTRAL ANDES

Tren de los Volcanes II

Ambato – El Boliche – Ambato

From the city of Fruits and Flowers to the skirts of Cotopaxi Volcano.

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CENTRAL ANDES

Tren de los Volcanes III

Quito – Ambato – Quito

The adventure begins at Chimbacalle station, crossing the streets of the south of Quito, where urban life is diluted by the Andean rural environment, moving towards green valleys with breathtaking views of elevations such as Pichincha, Atacazo, Pasochoa, Illinizas, Antisana and Corazón.

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SOUTHERN ANDES

Tren del Hielo I

Riobamba – Urbina – Riobamba

Ice creams made close to the Sun.

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CENTRAL ANDES

Tren del Hielo II

Ambato – Mocha – Urbina – Cevallos – Ambato

From warm Ambato, city of flowers and fruits, to the highlands of Chimborazo, some 11.000f.a.s.l not forgetting some shopping at Cevallos’ many leather workshops

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SOUTHERN ANDES

Devil’s Nose

Alausi – Sibambe – Alausi

Thirty rock-hewn, mind-blowing bends in barely seven miles with a 45000 feet drop earned this track the title of “Most Difficult train the World” back in the day.

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PACIFIC COAST

Tren de la Dulzura

Duran – Bucay – Duran

From Duran to Bucay the train crosses sugar cane, banana, pineapple and cocoa plantations that explain the nickname of this route: Train of Sweetness

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PACIFIC COAST

Tren de la Dulzura Plus

Durán – Yaguachi – San Rafael – Naranjito – Durán

Discover the classic haciendas in the Pacific coast. Enjoy an unforgettable experience in the countryside while you learn about farm animals and the traditional sugar cane harvest by the hand of the local “zafreros”!

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PACIFIC COAST

Tren del Cacao

Durán – San Antonio (Hacienda La Danesa) – Durán

Tren Ecuador - Tren del Cacao

Discover the historical route that resemble the construction of the Trans-andean railway from the intense coastal plains to the majestic Andes while visiting the exclusive Hacienda La Danesa. The property was established in 1870 along with the first railway stations built in the Ecuadorian coast.

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PACIFIC COAST

Costa – Sierra

Duran – Alausi or vice versa

From the Pacific Ocean coast to the Andes in one single day. The train crosses different climates and ecosystems at a leisurely pace: From tropical plantations to cloud forest to narrow gorges up the mountain passes to the green highlands. You will enjoy a unique display from the comfort of your seat

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Tren Ecuador - Interior del Tren Crucero

TREN CRUCERO

 

Discover the wonders of Ecuador on board Tren Crucero, the Leading Luxury Train on 2014 and 2015.

 

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