Know a native people rich person in traditions, that permits to the tourist enjoies your fed typical, multicolored craftsmanships and the more colored feasts, besides showing your fascinating environment and spectacular landscape.
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Departure at 8 am to the north, the land of the Otavaleños and most famous Indian fair in South America, the Pan American Highway through dramatic mountain scenery and enjoying a spectacular view of the towns and communities which show their activities and daily life.
Our first stop is at Calderon, a town where the famous figures made of marzipan in many shapes and colors. Continuing our tour we will stop in Guayllabamba where you can taste the "custard apple" fruit typical of the area will also visit the viewpoint of the road to Cayambe to admire and photograph the beautiful valleys and mountains that contains this place.
Before coming to Otavalo, visit the viewpoint of the Laguna de San Pablo at the foot of Imbabura volcano. Located 2681 meters above sea level and have a depth of 83 m. The lake can make all sorts of water sports, horseback riding, mini cruise, etc.
We continued our journey to reach the market in Otavalo or Plaza de Ponchos that displays the craftsmanship of Indians, many of whom come from towns like Peguche and Iluman also known for his Yachacs or healers.
After lunch we visit Cotacachi, known as the "Music Capital of Ecuador", rich in the production of fine leather garments that are exhibited and sold in small and large stores in the center of town and finally continue toward Lake Cuicocha, located in the caldera of an active crater in the Cotacachi called Ecological Reserve Cotacachi - Cayapas.
It recommended lead
Warm clothes, hats, gloves, scarf, sunscreen, walking shoes, sunglasses, camera (wide angle lens) and binoculars.