Day Trip Cotopaxi

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Overview

Cotopaxi is situated in the Cordillera Oriental (Real) region, 35 km northeast of Latacunga and 45 km southeast of Quito. The edifice of Cotopaxi forms a symmetrical cone with slopes of up to 35° and a basal diameter of ~20 km. The diameter of the crater varies between 800 m north-south and 650 m east-west. Cotopaxi is situated in a mountainous region at an altitude of approximately 3,000 metres above sea level. It is surrounded by other volcanoes, including Sincholahua (4,873 metres), Quilindaña (4,876 metres) and Rumiñahui (4,722 metres).

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Day Trip Itinerary

Day 1 :
PICK UP

The departure from Quito city is approximately at 6 am.

We will have breakfast surrounded by greenery while admiring the stunning beauty of Cotopaxi

We will acclimatise by walking around the lagoon, making it easier to climb up to the First Refuge.

We will have the opportunity to walk and admire the stunning landscape of Cotopaxi. Its impressive snow cap captivates all who see it.

Day 5 :
LUNCH TIME

We will have lunch on our way back, enjoying a delicious, traditional Ecuadorian meal.

This journey concludes in Quito.

From $110 per person

Trip Includes

  • Tourist transport
  • Naturalist-Ornithologist Guide
  • Country breakfast in the middle of the cloud forest
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees to visit sites
  • Group photos

Trip Excludes

  • Personal Expenses, Tips
  • Extra food and beverages
  • Nothing other than described in the itinerary
HOW DO I MAKE THE RESERVACIÓN?

Simply tell us which tour you would like to book, for which dates, and for how many passengers, and subject to availability we will be happy to book it for you.

Please also send us the following information for each passenger:

Full name (as written in passport)
Gender
Passport number
Date of birth
Marital status
Country of residence
Email address
Dietary requirements (normal / vegetarian / food allergies etc) For Galapagos bookings we also need to know your preferred flight route and dates.

HOW CAN I CONFIRM THAT FUSION TRAVEL ECUADOR HAS MADE MY BOOKING?

As soon as we receive your booking request (see question1) we will go ahead and make a reservation for you. We will then send an email confirming that your booking has been successfully made – this email acts as your initial booking confirmation.

We also send an e-receipt at time of payment which contains precise details of your booking and acts as final booking confirmation

WHICH PAYMENT METHODS ARE AVAILABLE?

Fusion Travel Ecuador accept the following payment methods:

USA BANK WIRE – the most convenient method if you have a USA based bank account. We charge a $25 handling fee per transfer in order to cover our costs of transferring the money into Ecuador to pay local suppliers for your tour. Transfers usually take 2-5 working days to arrive into our acocunt.
CREDIT CARD – quick and easy online payments for visa and mastercard cardholders. Credit card processing fees do apply – please ask our staff for current rates.
ECUADOR BANK DEPOSIT OR TRANSFER – deposit cash or transfer locally into any branch of Banco Pichincha, Internacional or Produbanco. This may the best option if you are already in Ecuador.
Most importantly all of our accounts are 100% SAFE & SECURE. All payments are made in the name our company (FUSION TRAVEL CIA. LTDA.). We will never ask you to risk paying into any account registered under a personal name.

WHEN CAN I PAY JUST A DEPOSIT IN ADVANCE, AND WHEN DO I HAVE TO PAY IN FULL?

Generally speaking we require a 40% deposit at time of booking in order to confirm your reservation. Full payment is then due 3 months before your date of travel. Of course should you prefer to pay in full at time of booking then that is also no problem.

Only in the case of bookings made less than 3 months before date of travel do we immediately require full payment

Cotopaxi, Ecuador

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Day Trip Cotopaxi

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