Our address is Panamericana Norte km 12, vía a Joseguango Bajo Latacunga, Ecuador
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO WHILE YOU ARE IN COTOPAXI?
Cotopaxi is a paradise of fertile soil, full of natural resources, and biodiversity. These are some of the places we recommend you take time to explore when you come to visit us.
This beautiful natural lagoon is located inside of the Cotopaxi National Park, on the base of the Rumiñahui volcano. This place is sanctuary for birds, wild horses, llamas, ducks, deer, foxes, and the unique spectacled bears and condors, among many more animals.
This natural treasure of biodiversity located in the Andes has an extension of 149900 hectares. Here you can find both tropical forests and Andean highlands. The highest peak in this reservation is of 5263 meters above sea level.
This unique experience makes up more than fifty protected areas. There, you can find a wide range of flora and fauna, including mountain lions, wolves, skunks, among other animals.
This is one of the 15 lagoons of volcanic origin in the world. Here, you can go trekking, hiking, horse riding, and camping. You will enjoy a unique view, peace, natural beauty, and biodiversity.
Protected area surrounding Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano in the world. This area is monitored to ensure the safety of visitors. You can find cycling routes, hiking trails, and horse riding trails.
Latacunga, the capital of Cotopaxi Province is located at 2750 meters above sea level.
You can walk around the city’s historic downtown, and enjoy the local cuisine. You can also visit historic churches including the City’s Cathedral, El Salto Church, La Merced Church, among others. You can also take a tour of the Municipal Palace. Additionally, we are a short car ride away from the famous, historic Tilipulo Farm, a reflection of local history.
The Yambo Lagoon, also known as the Enchanted Lagoon, has an extension of 1100 meters lengthwise and 325 meters crosswise. The dry weather in this area allows for a wide variety of birds, including herons, ducks, ducklings, turtle doves, blackbirds, and sparrows.
You can take a hike from the Quilotoa Lagoon to Chugchilan. You can also visit el Cañon del Aguila, an area that resulted of years of volcanic and geological origin. The trails in this area have a wide variety of flora and fauna.