Enjoy a day exploring what lies in the equator in the historic center of Quito
VIP entry to the Middle of the World Touristic Complex
Professional and experienced guides that speak both English and Spanish
Meet the famous monument on the equatorial line inside the Middle of the World, Tourist Complex with access to all its attractions and the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve where we visited a viewpoint of the inhabited crater of an active volcano.
All year round
QUITO TOUR BUS
Visit the Equatorial Line on the Middle of the World City Tour (Ciudad Mitad del Mundo) aboard the only double-decker bus in Quito. We will head to Pululahua to visit the lookout of the crater, one of only two inhabited craters in the world. We, then, will visit the Middle of the World Complex with a Full-Pass Access VIP to enter the Ethnographic Museum and all its attractions to get the best picture with one foot in each hemisphere. Later, we will visit the Equatorial Line Museum where you can see various demonstrations of natural phenomena, gravity and balance manifested in the Equatorial Zone.
11:00 - 11:50
Pick up time
Beginning of the tour
12:00 - 18:00
Pululahua volcano crater lookout / Middle of the touristic complex / Experiences on the equinoctial line
End of the tour
- Tourist Transport
- Bilingual Guide (Eng - Spa)
- All Entrances Fees
- VIP entry to the Middle of the World Touristic Complex
- Other details not specified
- Comfortable shoes
- Passport, to get an official stamp of the Middle of The World
Cancellation or changes of this tour:
CHANGES: It is FREE to change the tour date before 6:00 pm (Quito time) the day before the tour begins.
No Shows & Cancellations of this tour - If you cancel before 6:00 pm (Quito time) the day before the tour begins, there is a 10% administration fee (+ the card fee). After this time, there is a 100% no show or cancellation fee.
You must email email@example.com (include the name of the tour and the reservation number) to cancel this tour or to make any changes.
What time zone is used in Quito?
Local time in Quito is GMT -5.
What kind of weather can we find in Quito?
The average year-round temperature varies from 10°C to 20°C. In February, March, April and October, it can be hot and humid, but also rainy. The warmest month is January, the coolest month is May, the driest month is July, and the wettest month is April.
What should I bring to the tour?
You should bring comfortable clothes, walking shoes, a bottle of water, a camera/video camera, and extra cash for personal expenses.