Amazon To Andes

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Travel With Amazon To Andes


Horseback Riding
Visit Volcanic crater Lake
Shop South America's largest outdoor market
Visit leather town for shopping
Hike to Lechero, picnic, and visit Bird Reserve
Visit waterfall and hike to source
Spend the day soaking in volcanic thermal waters and steam rooms
Visit local shaman for reading (healings extra)
Visit Local Farm
Visit local Indigenous Communities
Spanish lessons
Shopping Open food Market
Local sightseeing

Surcharged Activities:

Shaman Healing ($15-40)
Natural Medicine Doctor Visit ($10-$20)
Nightclubbing (pay your own way)
Taxi Service instead of Bus
Mountain Climbing (full day climb for experienced climbers) ($25pp)
Quito Tour with Mitad Del Mundo (equator) (20/pp)
Pululuhua Crater Trek (full day trek moderate to difficult level)($20/pp)
Dentist Visits
Doctor Visits

What is included? Just about everything except for your air fare. We pay for all your transportation once you arrive in Quito Airport, your meals*, and any fees involved for our activities. You would be responsible for your beverages, any shopping, activities that specify a surcharge, and evening entertainment.

What is not included?
To be clear, your air fare is not included, and any cancellations once booked are not refundable. Your daily supply of water/tea/coffee, or whatever you drink, is your responsibility. Food beyond the meals provided is at your own expense. Any shopping, of course, is not included. Certain activities, such as shaman healing and nightclubbing is available at your own expense.

Where will we stay?
Rooms are double occupancy, unless you want to pay the surcharge for a private room ($10-15 a night). Rooms are private, with bathroom/shower, multiple beds, and communal areas are found around the property if you want to get out of your room and relax. The hostal is located close to everything, and in a place where you can relax and feel secure. Whatever your needs, be sure you will be taken care of.

Who else is going? 
The guests will be just like yourself, open minded, easy going, and looking for an experience that will be both grounding and life changing. Our goal is for the whole group to have a good time. Most activities will be done as a group, however there will be opportunities to break off into smaller groups if interests are split that day.

What do we need to pack?
You should have a wide range of items that can be layered. A couple of tanks, a couple of T's, some long sleeves, a sweater, and a jacket, for sure. Mostly long pants, as shorts are not as practical with the insects. A plastic rain poncho, and at least two pairs of shoes, one being sneakers or similar. A bathing suit. The temperature varies from cold enough to see your breath to hot enough for shorts and a tank top - all in one day!

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