We leave early in the morning for the Mojanda Lakes, which are located about forty minutes from Otavalo. These lakes are located at an altitude of 3700m. The largest lake is called Kari-Cocha. From here, a beautiful bike ride begins through moorland meadows to the archaeological site of Cochasquí. Cochasquí is known for its ancient pyramids built by the Quintu-Cara people. It is a pleasant and varied bike ride with beautiful natural scenery.
Required: sun protection, raincoat, fleece or warm pullover.
Recommended: camera, water and reasonable physical condition.
Duration: 6 hours
Includes: English speaking guide, transportation, lunch box, bicycle incl. helmet and entrance fee to the Cochasquí site.