What makes this trip special?
Hike along a canyon
Remote Andean living
The emerald green crater
Colourful local markets
Local Markets - Quilotoa loop
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Day-by-day itinerary for 'Trek to Quilotoa'
Trek Isinlivi to Chugchilan
Trek Chugchilán - Quilotoa
Guide prices for 'Trek to Quilotoa'
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- all excursions as described
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'Trek to Quilotoa'
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Hotels for 'Trek to Quilotoa'
Llullu Llama hostel
Situated in the village of Isinlivi, Llullu Llama is a converted traditional country farmhouse popular with trekkers. There are dorms and private rooms in the restored original farmhouse building with shared bathrooms and recently built garden cottages with private bathrooms and balconies. There are cozy common areas with fireplaces, and outdoor terrace, restaurant serving hearty homecooked food using local ingredients. There is also a spa with solar-powered heated jacuzzi, dry sauna and turkish bath - perfect for resting weary legs after trekking!
Mama Hilda's Guest House
A delightful locally owned and run guest house with a personal welcome from the owner, Hilda. This very homely hotel has some rooms with private facilities and wood fire places, and some more basic with shared bathrooms. There is hot water 24hrs a day and there is a small garden with good views from the decks outside each room from the hammocks made availble to guests. There are cosy dining facilities in the main room, whilst there is also the option to do laundry. Whilst the accommodation is basic this is a favourite with many clients and the warmth of the hospitality sets it apart from many other lodges.
Posada de Tigua
Family-owned and run hacienda set on a 130 yr old farm near the village of Tigua, this charming guest house is a snug place to stay due to its 1.2m thick adobe walls and the fact that the stove is permanently on with rooms proudly kept at 21C. Some rooms have private bathrooms whils others share bathrooms and meals are prepared using organic ingredients produced on the farm including their own yoghurt, cheese, milk and lamb.