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This Multisport Ecuador tour takes place in two different regions, traversing through the heights of the Andes, with its spectacular volcanoes, down into the lush Amazon Basin. This is the ideal combination for guests who enjoy adventures with a wide variety of activities. This Multisport Ecuador tour includes activities such as hiking into a crater lake, soaking in hot springs, canyoning in the jungle, paddling rapids in the Amazon, and hiking to glaciers. Join us for 6 days of pure adventure and adrenaline as we immerse ourselves in nature and make memories that will last a lifetime!


  • checkCotopaxi VolcanoOne of the highest active volcanoes in the world, covered with ice on its peak.
  • checkAmazon RainforestHike in the Amazon jungle and paddle the rapids of the Jatunyacu river.
  • checkEl Pailon del DiabloHike up to one of the most powerful waterfalls of Ecuador.
  • checkLlanganates National ParkFamous for its amazing landscapes and storied mystery.
  • checkRuta de las CascadasDiscover the route through the most impressive waterfalls of Ecuador.
  • checkCaving at the Temple of CeremonyVisit Templo de Ceremonia, a place known by the local Kichwa people for being home of rituals which involved their ancestors' connection with mother nature.


    Rebecca Adventure Travel Quilotoa Lagoon

    You start your Ecuador Multisport adventure by driving for 3 hours from the meeting point in Quito to the heart of the Andes along the Avenue of the Volcanoes. The ride will take you to Quilotoa, the highlight of the Ilinizas Ecological reserve. Tucked in between rolling mountains of greens and golds, lies this beautiful turquoise Crater Lake, a real gem. You will hike for an hour down into the crater. At the bottom, you will have the option to rent a kayak to go paddling in the lake, and enjoy a jaw-dropping 360-degree perspective. After enjoying this masterpiece of Mother Nature, you will hike back up. There is also the option to hire a mule to take you back up. Once at the top, you will have lunch, and then visit the local handicraft and paintings market before going to the Hacienda where you will stay overnight.

    • ActivityActivityExploring, Hiking, Sightseeing.
    • TransportTransportBus.
    • mealMealLunch.
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsHato Verde Hacienda or similar.
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Cotopaxi Volcano

    After acclimatizing the day before at Quilotoa, you will be ready to take on our next challenge: climbing up to the Cotopaxi Volcano. Your day starts with a soothing cup of coca tea, which according to locals helps to ward off altitude sickness, while taking in our surroundings in the beautiful Cotopaxi National Park. Afterwards, you will be ready to hit the trail. Starting at around 15,000 feet and going up to almost 17,000 feet. Due to the steepness of the trail, it will take about two hours to finish. In the afternoon, you will head to Baños de Agua Santa, a lovely town tucked between towering mountain ridges and surrounded by ever flowing waterfalls. Baños is filled with charming restaurants, and is a great place to have a night on the town.

    • ActivityActivityExploring, Hiking, Sightseeing.
    • TransportTransportBus.
    • mealMealBreakfast.
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsLa Floresta Hotel or similar.
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Andes biking

    Today, you will start your day by driving up high into the Llanganates National Park for a day of biking. In the first hour of the biking trip, there will be a gradual uphill followed by two hours of mostly downhill, giving you the chance to catch the breeze, and enjoy the fresh Andean mountain air. The total descent is about 5000 feet, and has spectacular views of the Tungurahua Volcano. In the afternoon, you will go to the famous “swing at the end of the world” at Casa del Arbol. Dare yourself to take a ride and fly high over the trees and into the clouds. If time allows it, there may be the option of zip lining.

    • ActivityActivityExploring, Biking, Sightseeing.
    • TransportTransportBus.
    • mealMealBreakfast.
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsLa Floresta Hotel or similar.
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Baños Canyoning

    You start the day by visiting the Pailon del Diablo, a raging cascade tucked between canyon walls. Afterwards you will take a scenic and awe-inspiring drive into the Amazon basin: a megadiverse ecosystem full of different species of plants and animals. You will have a traditional lunch, and afterwards, go explore on foot one of multiple spectacular canyons in the area. After your exploration, we have a treat in store. You will head to a bonfire and learn how to make chocolate fondue. Cacao is an important commodity export for the country, which produces some of the finest chocolate in the world, the sweetest way to end the day!

    • ActivityActivityCooking, Exploring, Hiking, Sightseeing.
    • TransportTransportBus.
    • mealMealLunch, Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsBasic Amazon Lodge.
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Amazon Rafting

    This will be the most action-packed day of your Ecuador Multisport adventure as you will paddle down the Jatunyacu River. This river is a class lll, originated from the Llanganates Mountains. Legend says there is a hidden Inca treasure in this area, and although many explorers venture in trying to find it, it has yet to be found. A picnic will be served on the river bank, and then you will drive for one hour to your lodge for some relax time at the pool. At night you will have a delicious dinner, and after that, you will venture into the night to search for amphibians and insects.

    • ActivityActivityExploring, Hiking, Rafting, Wildlife Watching.
    • TransportTransportBus.
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsBasic Amazon Lodge.
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Amazon adventure - Photo from Ministerio de Turismo del Ecuador

    In the morning, you will travel by car for about ten minutes to the nearby forest. There, you will visit Templo de Ceremonia, a place known by the local Kichwa indigenous people for being used by their ancestors to do some kind of rituals involving the power of Ayahuasca and their connections with the Pachamama (Mother Earth). You will have the chance to enter into a cave where our local guide will tell us more details about this special place. Later, you will have a traditional lunch from the area, and then, you will start your return back to the meeting point in Quito. At arrival, there will be an optional dinner with the group to say good bye and share the memories of the trip.

    • ActivityActivityExploring, Walking.
    • TransportTransportBus.
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch.


6 Day Multisport Ecuador Map

6 Day Multisport Ecuador Map

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Price Based on Number of Guests:
2 - 3 guests$ 1242 p.p.
4 or more guests$ 1149 p.p.
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  • Accommodation Accommodation in a double or triple room.
  • Meals Meals as described in the itinerary.
  • Meals Water and snacks at all times.
  • Bus Transport Transportation from and to Quito’s meeting point at Dann Carlton Hotel located at República de El Salvador and Irlanda streets at 8:00 AM.
  • Tour Guide Top experienced certified English speaking guide.
  • Activities All fees to reserves and museums.
  • Gear Equipment Biking gear: Quality hybrid bikes, certified helmets, and gloves.
  • Gear Equipment Hiking gear: Black diamond poles.
  • Gear Equipment Canyoning Gear: Black diamond harnesses, helmets, ropes, and rubber boots.
  • Gear Equipment Rafting Gear: NRS rafts, paddles, and helmets.
  • assistance 24/7 assistance in English, Dutch and Spanish.
  • Exclusion Exclusions

    + International or domestic flights.
    + Airport transfers.
    + Meals and drinks not mentioned in the itinerary.
    + Tips for guides and drivers.
    + Travel insurance (mandatory).
    + Optional activities.

Additional information

  • The minimum age for this tour is 8 years old.
  • You can start this tour every Monday. Subject to availability.
  • This tour operates with a minimum of 2 guests. If you are a solo traveler, please contact us to check availability and additional details.
  • Driving time can take more than expected in Ecuador, as it is a small country with roads meandering through the Andes mountains. We assure your comfort during transit no matter the size of the group.
  • Level of Activity: This trip is considered as 3 out of 5. No prior experience is required and your guides will always brief you about safety and proper use of gear on every leg of the trip. There will be transport support for the majority of the activities in the case that someone wants to take a break or just wants to relax.
  • We do recommend traveling light for this expedition. A duffel bag of 50 litter for your luggage and a backpack of 20 litters for daily activities should be enough. In Ecuador, the weather can change drastically especially when you are moving from the Andes to the Amazon.
  • Guides: All our guides have a professional background from the Tourism University; this means they have a degree in guiding, so their knowledge and skills when leading a group are top-notch.
  • Inform yourself about food safety when traveling to tropical countries. Take the necessary precaution to avoid food poisoning (always wash your hands before eating, don’t eat ‘street food’, only eat peeled fruits, etc.).
  • Rebecca Adventure Travel cannot take any responsibility for any illnesses or missed meals & tours due to an illness.
  • It is important to have valid travel and medical insurance. Please inform us of any known medical conditions you have.
  • Rebecca Adventure Travel reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather conditions, availabilities, National Park regulations or notifications, and unforeseeable circumstances.
  • Some activities in the Amazon depend on national park regulations and weather conditions, such as caiman searching.
  • Please bring your own rain poncho. In the Amazon, the weather could change suddenly in the rainforest and you might get wet.
  • Please take with you some plastic bags, to protect your Camera and important documents from the rain in the Amazon. Also, a headlight, since it can get very dark during the night.

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