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Galapagos Trip Extension: Cotopaxi Volcano & Quilotoa Lake 2 Days / 1 Night

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Day 1: Quito – Cotopaxi National Park - Lasso
In the morning you’ll be picked up from your hotel by the guide and driver for heading south to the Cotopaxi National Park; we’ll be brought to the entrance of the Park, pay a short visit to the natural museum to learn about its nature, geology, history and eruptions of the centerpiece of the park, the Cotopaxi volcano (5897m).

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Galapagos Conservation Trust Supporter MAJESTIC YACHT :: Special Tour

Sundeck Majestic Motor Yacht In the mythical Galapagos Islands, what challenges does the unique wildlife face and how are humans helping to conserve it?
One of the world’s most important foundations working for the benefit of the Galapagos Islands is the Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT).

Founded in 1995, this registered U.K. charity supports both scientific research and environmental education.

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Galapagos National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Giant tortoises

Most people know that the Galapagos Islands are a UNESCO World Heritage Site  but what does that mean exactly?
UNESCO declared the Galapagos a Natural Heritage Site for Humanity in 1978, and the Galapagos National Park a Biosphere Reserve in 1984. Later  in 2001  UNESCO extended the World Heritage Site designation to include the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
UNESCO cites four reasons for declaring the Galapagos Islands a World Heritage Site, all of which you will experience during your stay here. 

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Quito is the South America´s Leading Destination

Quito is the South America Leading Destination, surrounded by volcanoes and nestled in an Andean valley at an elevation of 9400 feet (2870m). The colonial part of Quito is well preserved with its churches and monasteries which exemplify the fusion of Spanish, Moorish, Italian, Flemish and indigenous influences making it the first city to be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Baños de Agua Santa

Tungurahua Volcano Ecuador Located in the Province of Tungurahua in the foothills of the majestic Tungurahua Volcano.  The full name of the city is Baños de Agua Santa which means “Baths of Holy Water.”

The name comes from the thermal springs found in the area.  This beautiful town combines adventure, relaxation, and nature unlike any other.

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