Discover the best top things to do in Cayambe, Ecuador including Volcan Cayambe, Quitsato, Fabrica de Bizcochos de Don Pedro., Hacienda La Jesus, The Quitsito Sundial, Reserva Ecologica Antisana, PapaGayo North Hosteria - Horseback Riding, Mirador de Oton, Waterfall of Cariacu, Papagayo.
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5 based on 43 reviews
I guided a friend up this mountain as our first climb in Ecuador after Illiniza. We camped outside the Refugio and the same night left around 1 am for the summit. The route is straightforward though winding through crevasses and icefall. Anyone with experience shouldn't find it difficult. It's a moderate climb and the altitude isn't really that much by my standards. The views are absolutely stunning. The summit is rather flat and big. For anyone without experience I recommend hiring local guides and be well equipped with all ice equipment like ice ax, crampon, really warm jackets and rope etc. Happy climbing
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Forget the tourist trap "equators" & trips offered to you in Quito, this is the true equator. It is a community run non-profit organisation that educates the public & researches archaeologically significant sites throughout Ecuador, for their importance with respect to the history of pre-Hispanic astrological knowledge.
Entrance includes an interesting presentation that informs you of how the globe should look.
We took our teens on way back from Otavalo to Quito and they loved it.
4 based on 19 reviews
Visited the cookie factory is included in a day trip to Otavalo, I didn't know that this cookie is very popular. This little town Cayambe just before Otavalo is very known for its bizcochos, many locals from other towns and cities drove to Cayambe just for bizcochos. The cookies we have seen here are ready for sale. The dough of bizcochos is flattened and divided into stocks which are served a half dozen at a time in brown paper bags. I can't believe how many bizcochos they made per day, a lot, lot more as the guide said. The cookies are baked in a brick oven. A huge oven which can fit in more than hundreds of bizcochos at a time
5 based on 5 reviews
The Hacienda "La Jesus" seeks that its visitors interact in our farm. We have guided tours in which you will learn about the maintenance of our plants, care of our cattle and milking of cows as well as sharing with a variety of domestic animals. We are nature lovers so we have animals that are friendly with our visitors. Do not hesitate to visit us, remember, we have everything in one place.
Agroturismo jardín botánico planta de lácteos contacto con animales de granja y sus mejores perros campeones pastores alemanes felicitaciones excelente lugar
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I have straddled the equator in Indonesia and both my wife and I have straddled the prime meridian so she wanted to have her try at straddling Latitude 0.00. I had read about the other more popular location nearby but was not really interested in all the hoopla. This particular location is supposedly a more accurate location of the equator.If you care to see other things we did in Ecuador see our not for profit blog at http://havecarryonwilltravel.com. It is operated by a small group of enthusiasts that spend their time researching how different historical sites relate to one another and how the network relates to the universe. They concentrate on the movement of the sun and how the location of the different ruins track the days, months, seasons and years. Their theory on the orientation of the earth's axis being parallel to the suns is easily refutable but all in all the short lecture we got from one of the organization's members was interesting and worth the 20 minutes we spent listening.
The sundial is located 47 km from Quito and did cost us a $90 cab ride. We shared the ride with another couple so the cost was reasonable. I did see the rate sheet over the cabbies shoulder and the posted rate is $100 so I did not feel taken. The added benefit for us was we were able to see a bit of the country side around the city. The trip was about 4 hours in total.
If you are not interested in spending the day at the Mitad del Mondo attraction this place is a perfect alternative.
5 based on 5 reviews
5 based on 4 reviews
What a wonderful day! First of all, the scenery is jaw-dropping! The property is stunning and I regretted not spending the night there. So romantic! Finally, I've gone horse back riding numerous times but these horses were, without a doubt, the finest I've been on. It's obvious they are well cared for and well trained. Our guide was wonderful and quiet. He allowed us to observe the scenery. You will NOT regret this tour!
3.5 based on 2 reviews
El Mirador de Otón is a nice roadside viewpoint and rest stop. It's not staffed in the off-season, but has resources and bathrooms. Overall, it's a good stop and view, but it isn't far enough off the road to earn 5 stars.
5 based on 1 reviews
Esta comunidad cuenta con una variedad de cascadas, para acceder a las cascadas se atraviesa un bosque primario, la flora y la fauna son diversas, con mucha suerte se puede avistar condores. Sin duda alguna, una experiencia maravillosa.
If you like horses, this is one of the best ways to visit the Andes and get lost in the depth of the “Paramo”. Open fields surrounded by volcanoes and Mountains are home to wild horses, wild rabbits, deers, endemic birds, among others that you will be able to see depending on whether you take the ride in the area of the Cayambe volcano.
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