Location
  • Ecuador
    • Quito
    • Amazon
Length
29 days
Activities
City Exploring Hiking Rainforest

Program Details

Program Tags
Adventure Travel Cultural Immersion Educational Language Immersion
Group size
Small Group (1-15)
Travel Type
Guided
Intensity Level
Low
Transportation
Boat Coach Bus
Housing
Cabin Hotel
Min Capacity
2
Max Capacity
12
Age Min
17

Pricing

Starting Price
3000
Price Details
*Booking Fee of US$500 is due at the time of application in order to secure your space on the tour. Remaining fees due 6 weeks prior to the tour start date. Visit www.worldawaytours.com for more details
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Classes Driver Park Fees Some Meals Tour Guide Transportation
What's Included (Extra)

INCLUDED: Accommodation and (some) Meals, Airport Transfers x 2, Orientation & Safety Briefing, 24/7 In-Country Support by a professional Tour Guide/s, Activity/Entry Fees, Daily Transport and/or Internal Flights (where applicable).

What's Not Included
Airfare Some Meals Travel Insurance Visa
What's Not Included (Extra)

NOT INCLUDED: Flights to/from the Tour start point, visas, insurance, vaccinations (where required), spending money and other personal expenditure during the tour.

Nov 25, 2019
Jun 12, 2019
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About Program

Worldaway Learning Tours welcomes you to Quito, Ecuador!
Dive into the culture of Ecuador, see the amazing Amazon Rain Forest, and Learn how to Speak Spanish like a pro!
Professional Spanish Classes in small group and one-on-one settings will take you from Spanish novice to native!
Enjoy the culture, people, and scenes of Quito with evenings of authentic Salsa Dancing, South American Cooking Classes, Walking Tours of the City, plus a Coffee Tour of Quito!
Other entertaining and jaw-dropping destinations on the itinerary include:
• Mitad Del Mundo-Middle of the Earth Monument and Intiñan Museum
• Pichincha Volcano-hike up the slopes for beautiful views of Teleferico
• Cotopaxi Volcano-hiking trails, natural phenomenon, and breathtaking views
• Quiltoa Lake-a guided tour of the beautiful blue waters and colorful vegetation
You will also experience the biodiversity & awe-inspiring scenery of the Amazon Jungle with a 4 day itinerary that's filled to the brim with fun!

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Program Highlights

  • Experience all Quito Has to Offer on Culturally Immersive Tours, Salsa Lessons and South American Cooking Classes!
  • Perfect Your Spanish with professionally-run Spanish speaking classes including one-on-one and group settings.
  • Tour the Mitad Del Mundo, the Pichincha and Cotopaxi Volcanoes, and the Quiltoa Lake for breathtaking nature scenes and fun-filled hiking excursions!
  • Professional tour guides lead the way as you tour the country, staying in luxurious accommodations, eating at highly rated restaurants with the best native cuisine!
  • Experience the Amazon on a 3 Day Tour, witnessing one of the most magical natural tourist attractions on Earth with an exclusive, inside look at the Rain Forest and the natives.

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Daniela
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

The best combination!

I am very happy to have participated in this Program. The experience was unique! I loved to know the city and its different tourist places, to learn Spanish and to learn about culture and language. Quito has a lot to offer, it is a city full of history and interesting places to visit like the Middle of the World.
The Amazon is an exceptional place! Very magical The environment and the animals are unique. Every day I observed different animals, I learned more about the community and had the opportunity to eat delicious foods!

I had the opportunity to learn a lot of Spanish but above all to know other languages that speak in the Amazon together with their traditions.
I thank the Organization very much. They were always professional, punctual and correct with their things. In the future, I would like to participate again with them and I will definitely recommend them. Thank you

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
In Ecuador it has been very common to eat the Cuy. For me it was very strange, since in the United States some have it as a house pet. At first I did not want to eat, then I tried it and I really loved it. The taste is very similar to chicken but in an improved version. I recommend you try it!
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