The National Park of Cajas is a huge water mirror, where the feets sink along the paths. There are 807 water bodies distributed in his almost 30 thousand hectares.
Quito is the third highest capital in the world. Spread out over the hillsides of Pichincha Volcano it is easy to find good places to photograph.
At 6,310 meters above sea level, the Chimborazo is not only the country’s highest peak, but also the closest point on Earth to the sun; closer than even Mt. Everest.
This is a pre-Colombian path, where along the most important segment located in our territory, it leads us through wet moorlands surrounded by rolling mountains, until it reaches the majestic Ingapirca complex.
From “The German’s Pier”, a 15-minute walk is taken to reach the Crevices.There, seawater filters, forming pools that offers a chance to swim.