The guide will pick you up at the hotel and take you to the Quilotoa crater lake. On the way you will make a stop in the village of Tigua, known for its colorful paintings made on both wood and sheepskins. Once arrived in Quilotoa we first visit the viewpoint where you get a breathtaking view over this azure blue lake. We then make a steep descent to the shores of the lake; here you can either walk further or rent a kayak to go out on the lake and take pictures. Then we start the tough climb back to the rim of the crater, until we get to the car and drive back to the hotel.
What to bring: sun and rain protection, warm fleece, water and camera.