Otavalo is nestled in Imbabura Province of Ecuador and is the capital city of Otavalo Canton. Otavalo is ensconced by the peaks of Imbabura, Cotacachi and Mojanda volcanoes. The Otavalos are considered the economically most successful indigenous group of Latin America and are largely by their traditional dress of white pants and a dark poncho for men; a dark skirt and a white blouse with colourful embroidery and colourful waistband for women. Some of the colourful scenic features of Otavalo include Museo Otavalango, Iglesia El Jordan, Iglesia San Francisco, Santuario de San Luís, among others. Airport transfers are available to ease the transportation of guests to and fro Otavalo.
North from the city of Quito are three towns with their markets brimming with traditional weavers that work the textile by hand and Cotacachi with its leather market, all teeming with artisans in Otavalo sightseeing tours. The charm of Ibarra is beheld as its wartime stories with the legend of Iglesia La Basilica Dolorosa are told during the Otavalo walking tours. One of Otavalo’s treasures is its people and the towering volcanoes that surround the Andean town, this rich heritage is probed further during cultural tours in Otavalo. The unique people of Otavalo are well-known to work well with their hands and the culinary products of these hands as they experiment with spices, cooking techniques and dishes to give visitors a treat during Otavalo food tour is a spirited activity to look forward to.
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Este es un viaje para conocer la cultura y la naturaleza de la provincia azul, a la entrada de la provincia destaca el majestuoso volcán Imbabura junto con su amado volcán Cotacachi y las lagunas que aparecen en las faldas como sus lágrimas pero que iluminan el paisaje de los...Read more
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Day tour from/to Otavalo or Cotacachi. You will visit Cuicocha Crater Lake, located 12 km southwest of Cotacachi and 14 km from Otavalo. One of the most beautiful Lake in Ecuador and an “off the beaten path” destination! You will also visit the Cotacachi Leather Market in Cotacachi, a new Magical Town in Ecuador since 2019. Then we...Read more
Together with the professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. You will have a chance to explore the city, while hearing fascinating facts and legends. Did you know that during the independence wars Ibarra used to be a military hub- Or what secrets does the Iglesia La Basilica Dolorosa keep- You will be surprised how...Read more
An exclusive tour for all the romantics of the world! Together with the professional local guide, you will visit the most romantic places in the city. Have you ever wondered what love stories of famous Tsachila people are circulating around the city- You will feel spellbound in a charming atmosphere. What is considered as one of the best places to...Read more
Day tour from/to Otavalo or Cotacachi. Otavalo’s beauty lies in its people and the towering volcanoes that surround the Andean town. The Otavaleños are a very prosperous community of skilled textile weavers, who gather to sell their products at the market in the city of Otavalo as they have done for centuries, as regional markets have played...Read more
A tour focused on visiting three towns with their markets located north from Quito city. Each one of these locations are different from each other in terms of markets and artisans. Otavalo with the biggest textile market in South America, Peguche with the traditional weavers that work the textile by hand and Cotacachi with its leather market. This...Read more