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Your guide will be happy to meet you at your hotel at 9 AM and take you on this exciting excursion to the Equator Line. From the modern city center it will take us about 45 minutes to get to the Mitad del Mundo City. Here we are able to visit the Equator Monument, a 30-meter tall statue highlighting the exact location of the Equator. Besides you can learn more about the indigenous ethnography of Ecuador in the museum located inside this monument.
Afterwards you will visit the Mitad del Mundo Museum, which is located just a few minutes further up the road. Here you are offered a great interactive experience demonstrating the unique characteristics of being on the Equator through various experiments. During this 1-hour tour you will also learn more about the ancient customs of the most important native tribes of Ecuador.
At the end of the tour your guide will take you back to your hotel.
Centrally located hotels in Quito. Hotels outside of the city have an extra charge
Returns to original departure point. Other drop-offs may have an extra charge.
Transport by private vehicle
Hotel pickup and drop-off from/to centrally located hotels in Quito
Professional bilingual Guide
Bottle of purified water
Entrance fee Mitad del Mundo Complex $ 5 per person and Mitad del Mundo Museum $4 per person
Food and drinks
Hotel pick-off and drop-off outside of the city. The extra cost can range from $30 till $70 depending on the number of passengers and location
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Recommended minimum age is 12 years
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Dress code is smart casual
Operates in all weather conditions, weather may vary please dress appropriately
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
My boyfriend and I took this half day tour on the last day of our 7 day stay in Quito. We were lucky enough to have the same guide, Pablo, who had given us our first tour of the Centro Historico. Pablo picked us up...More