Quilotoa Lagoon, is one of my favorite memories and travel sites. It's a bit difficult to get there, we hitchhiked after leaving the bus at the beginning of the road. There it is remote from civilization, and the prize, Laguna. I
I woke up at 4 in the morning, which was surprising because we had been in another market place and they didn't wake me up so early then. The town was not big and I was staying right next to the market place. It's one of the places
The CONAIE is Ecuador's national indigenous confederation. A guy named Juano picked me up in the Cusubamba coop. Cusubamba is a village of about 100 inhabitants, but no one is ever on the street. They are always in the field. Juano
Cusubamba is a remote village in the Andean highlands within the La Tacunga region. It's surrounded by fields, hills and mountains, and is a good place to walk around. If you take into account the height and the fact that every move
It's incredible. You look from where you are, from afar and it seems majestic but as you get closer you will become more and more small. You climb from the shelter, you need many days to go up and of course be in good shape, because
Zumbahua is two hours from Latacunga. Generally people continue for Quilotoa Lake, a small natural wonder lost at the end of a road in the Andean mountains of Ecuador. On market day people wear their most beautiful costumes, children
The Quilotoa volcano is 4000 meters high. There is a turquoise lagoon inside whose waters come from its slopes. In summer the view is awesome because you can see the avenue of volcanoes so called for the many mountains and volcanoes.
Cotopaxi National Park has the volcano of the same name, with a height of 5897 meters above sea level. You can go in a car or bus, where it follows the road walk to the 1st shelter at a height of 4800 meters. There are many entrances