Honeymoon in Ecuador



Honeymoon in Ecuador

Honeymoon holiday in Ecuador is ideal for nature and wildlife lovers. Here nature can be seen from the luxury of your resort such as the Mashpi Lodge in a cloud forest. In the Amazonian jungles are luxury lodges with high canopy walkways and near clay licks where you can see parrots and macaws, toucans as well as spider and howler monkeys. The adventurous can trek in Andes Mountains and watch condors soaring above.

Galapagos Island are the highlights, with options to take a cruise or stay in a luxury hotel on Santa Cruz Island. Adventure activities include kayaking, scuba diving, biking, and hiking as well as daily excursions to nearby islands and swimming with sea lions. End tour in Quito, the old Spanish city with ornate cathedrals and Baroque architecture buildings and enjoy spectacular views of the city and surrounding mountains from the top of Panecillo Hill.

And, experience the spectacular Avenue of the Volcanoes.

What We Love
  • In Quito, stay at the luxurious boutique Casa Gangotena hotel. 
  • San Agustin de Callo in Cotopaxi is built on the site of an Inca palace in imperial style.
  • Exclusive tour, guided privately by a multilingual guide throughout the trip.
  • All touring is flexible and can be customised to incorporate special interests.
  • Depart and return whenever you choose – shorten or lengthen the tour to suite your wishes.
What to Know
  • This tour is designed to provide maximum outdoor experience and may require walking on rough surfaces.
  • Bring proper walking gear and outdoor clothing. Do not forget your skin and eye protection items
  • We offer 24/7 support during your tour to give you complete peace of mind during your holiday.
  • Our Ecuador tours easily combine with touring other destinations in South America
  • We strongly recommend that you take travel insurance for this holiday.

Honeymoon in Ecuador Quito, Cotopaxi, Riobamba, Cuenca
(9 Days – Travel Any Day)

Day 1 – Arrive
Quito On arrival in Buenos Aires you will VIP airport assistance and private transfer to your chosen hotel for a two-night stay.  
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Casa Gangotena.

Day 2 – Private Touring

Full-day private touring: With your private local guide, tour the city center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with Spanish colonial-era architecture. Explore interesting back streets, hidden courtyards and churches with spectacular interiors. Visit the best museums, traditional workshops, markets and other sites according to your interests. Perhaps also shop for a high-quality Panama hat—an Ecuador original.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Casa Gangotena (B)

Day 3 – Antisana Ecological Reserve
Cotopaxi Private transfer to a historic hacienda for two nights near Cotopaxi, an iconic snow-capped volcano and national park. En route, visit Antisana Ecological Reserve, home to a world of unique flora and fauna and a paradise for bird watchers. The beautiful place includes wide grasslands, mountains, rainforest and icy lagoons. The Micacocha Lake is the largest, surrounded with grassland with magical and unique landscapes. If desired, also enjoy privately guided horseback riding, hiking or mountain biking through the countryside.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: San Agustin de Callo (B)

Day 4 – Privately Guided Activities
Cotopaxi Full-day privately guided activities and excursion to local markets
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: San Agustin de Callo (B)

Day 5 – Private Transfer
Riobamba Continue by private car and driver along the spectacular Avenue of the Volcanoes to Riobamba. Pass by Ecuador’s highest volcanic peaks and the beautiful landscapes surrounding them, and tour villages, markets and the important Inca fortress of Ingapirca en route.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Hacienda Abraspungo (B)

Day 6 – Private Transfer
Cuenca Private transfer to Cuenca for 2 nights. Touring en route
In Cuenca, tour the historic centre and visit the most interesting sites, such as the cathedral, the flower market and the ruins of the pre-Columbian Canari people. Also, stop at a local workshop to see Cuenca’s most famous export—Panama hats—being woven by hand.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Mansion Alcazar (B)

Day 7 – The Surrounds
Cuenca Full-day touring in the region. Located in the Ande’s mountain range, Cuenca sits at the cross-roads of four major rivers and is surrounded by mountains. The yearlong weather averages in the mid-70s Fahrenheit, just perfect for nature lovers to enjoy the surrounding walking trails and breathtaking scenic mountain scenery. To put it mildly, Cuenca is where; everything really associated with quality of life is more abundantly available.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Mansion Alcazar (B)

Day 8 – Transfer
Quito Private transfer and flight to Quito. On arrival transfer to hotel for 1 night
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Casa Gangotena (B)

Day 9 – Depart
Quito Private airport transfer to the airport for your connecting flight (B)

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Make this your holiday

  • Exclusive Tour: your own private multilingual guide throughout the trip  
  • Price Guarantee: costing 25-30% less than similar tours of the same flexibility and quality
  • Tailor Made: customised itinerary to create your dream holiday
  • Duration: shorten or lengthen the tour to suit your wishes
  • Dates: depart and return whenever you choose
  • Hotels: change hotel grade to suit your budget
  • Group Discounts: call 020 8350 6199

Getting There Ecuador: There are no direct flights to Ecuador from the UK and Ireland, but there are plenty of indirect flights to both Quito and Guayaquil involving a flight change in Europe or the US. Approximate flying times from the US to Quito is four hours from Miami and around five hours from Houston and Atlanta. Iberia and Air Comet offer services via Madrid, and KLM via Amsterdam. Other possibilities include taking a flight to South American hubs, such as Bogotá or Caracas, from where connections to Ecuador can be made. Typical journey times are between 15 to 17 hours.

Galapagos: There are daily flights to Galapagos from Quito and Guayaquil. The airline allows one checked suitcase (maximum 44 lbs.) and one carry-on bag per passenger. We recommend that all passengers travelling to Galapagos consider two nights in mainland Ecuador prior to their cruise to allow for potential flight delays and misconnection.  This is particularly important for passengers travelling over winter holidays when flights tend to be overbooked and/or delayed caused by poor weather conditions.

When to go The Galapagos have a surprisingly cool, sub-tropical climate. There are two seasons, both of which have some precipitation. Galapagos gets an average of ten inches of rain per year, it is never considered “rainy”. During the months of December to May, the cooling currents subside, temperatures rise and the climate is warm and sunny with occasional showers. In June, the trend begins toward cooler temperatures with moderate breezes, which continue through November. This period is referred to as the “garua” season, meaning mist in Spanish.