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All reviews crater lake day trip the loop beautiful hike be aware public bus worth the trip stunning views beautiful site every hour takes about minutes rent kayaks steep hike two days per day quick walk emerald green
The views here are breathtaking. The hike is difficult, however, my 8 year old daughter and I were able to hike it in 3 hours total (up & down). My knees were killing me the next day but I totally think it is worth the...More
Do not hire horses or donkeys, if you can do down! Go up too!! I saw very small donkey carrying out super heavy tourists.. unacceptable!! Enjoy the nature without hurting any animal!! They are not there to be our slaves!! RESPONSABLE TOURISM PLEASE!!
It took us about 30 minutes to walk down to the lake and then 1hr15 to walk back up as we stopped frequently to catch our breath or let the mules pass. If you are a keen hiker and not affected by altitude it could...More
I hiked the Quilotoa Loop this past week and it was absolutely worth it. I started a bit late at around 3pm and missed a direct bus to Sigchos from Latacunga which would be 2hrs only. The bus I ended up taking was 3hr and...More
After a night in a nearby village, we reached the Laguna in the morning. Almost alone at the top of the volcano we enjoyed the landscape while the sun was playing with the clouds changing the colour of the water every minutes. It was breathtaking...More
Quilotoa is breathtaking. I had heard about it but when we actually arrived it was more than I ever expected it to be. If you're going to walk down to the bottom of the crater to the beach, bring plenty of water and sturdy shoes....More
Would highly recommend a visit here - absolutely breathtaking!! Very small beautiful town, the public bus drops you around a 10 min walk and you can even hike down to the water if your brave enough! Poor donkeys/horses look slightly overworked hauling tourists up the...More