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Parque Arqueologico Cochasqui, Pichincha Province

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  • This site has not been excavated or studied very much yet, but it is very interesting. The tour guide was great and the museum has a lot of artifacts that have been found on site.  more »
  • Although off the beaten track (an hour from Otavalo, but en route from there to the airport), this is quite an amazing but overlooked site with over a dozen pyramids. Most are still covered, but there...  more »
  • Great short trip from Quito. There is room for tents or 3 bed cabins if you plan on spending a night or two. Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. Bring heavy jackets and firewood for making smore...  more »
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  • A nice place for a day trip from Quito, the site is not large and only a small portion of the pyramids have been uncovered. THere are two tiny muesums with pottery and a breif overview of Ecuadorean history. Very knowledgable guide that gives tours (incl in the ticket). Definitely needs more attention from the national authorities to continue with excavations and research. Entrance fee $1 for ecuadoreans, $3 for foreigners. There's also a camping ground that's supposed to be nice.
  • Well worth a visit, not the easiest place to get to but the effort is worth it. Excellent guided tour, stupendous views.
  • Spectacular place. A wonderful view. Of course, that you must park a block from the entrance by provision of the administration. No reason we moved parking, while the cars of employees were there. The person that an arrogant and poorly educated person told us this. He guides very knowledgeable and educated
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  • spectacular view of the Andean alley, a place to visit and learn about our ancestors
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  • It is a place of compulsory visit to learn about the history of pre-Columbian peoples not incasicos of Ecuador, great history of Quiloago and good reference and historical preservation of the Quitu people - face...
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