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Pululahua, Ecuador

Categories: Volcanos, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Trek through Pululahua, a collapsed volcanic crater full of lush and dense native plant life. The crater reaches a pinnacle of 3,356 m (11,011 ft), giving you far reaching views from every angle. Observe over 2,000 species of plants and a huge selection of birds, mammals, and insects. Choose a different way to explore by going on horseback or mountain biking. Pick up some artisan crafts and food from the local vendors or eat at a restaurant. Stay overnight and choose from hostels or specially designated camping spots. Put Pululahua at the forefront of your travel plans using our Quito travel itinerary planner.
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  • This crater of volcano is very close to half of the world which makes it a must-see, but the climate plays a role very important in the success of the visit already that if this cloudy the view and the tour is almost impossible.
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  • An incredible scenic outing. Attempt the climb down and back up ONLY if you are in good physical condition, AND if you bring along water and snacks for the hike. This is a true hike, and not one for t...  read more »
  • Not to be missed, it is an ancient crater of extinct volcano. wonderful place, which gives an overview of km to the round. very easily accessible from the mitad del mundo. There is a small bar that allows to enjoy the view while sitting. This place is wonderful. If you pass no quito do not miss out!
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