andean condor refuge

We invite you to discover the impressive Antisana Volcano, a natural wonder that rises majestically in Ecuador’s Antisana Ecological Reserve. This imposing colossus, with an altitude of 5,704 meters above sea level, is a testimony to the grandeur of Andean geology. Surrounded by moorlands, lagoons and unique biodiversity, Antisana is a sanctuary for wildlife and a destination for nature and mountaineering lovers. Explore its trekking routes, admire its glaciers and enjoy incomparable panoramic views. It is a place where beauty and adventure come together in perfect harmony. Plan your trip and embark on a unique experience in this iconic Ecuadorian volcano!



  • Departure from the city of Quito
  • Arrival to Pintag – Tasting “Carlitos” bread.
  • Visit to “El Peñon del Isco”.
  • Arrival at the Antisana National Park
  • Visit to the Mica Lagoon
  • Free time for pictures
  • Box Lunch
  • Return to Quito


  • Bilingual Tourist Guide (Spanish-English)
  • Tourist transportation
  • Access to the protected area
  • Box lunch


  • Travel insurance
  • Tips
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Expenses not specified in the itinerary


  • Important Documents: Don’t forget to bring your passport or identification card. Keep them in a safe place, such as a zippered travel bag.
  • Suitable Clothing for Cold: High quality waterproof and windproof jacket to protect you from the cold and rain, sweatshirts or thermal layers to keep you warm, windproof and cold resistant pants (preferably waterproof), thermal underwear to maintain body heat, wool or thermal socks to keep your feet warm, waterproof and thermal gloves, hat or balaclava to protect your head and ears from the cold.
  • Suitable footwear: Waterproof trekking boots with good ankle support.
  • Backpack: Small, sturdy backpack to carry your essential belongings during the hike.
  • Camera and Binoculars: If you are a lover of photography or bird watching, don’t forget to bring your camera and binoculars. Antisana offers many opportunities to capture special moments.
  • Hydration and Food: Sturdy water bottle with enough capacity to keep you hydrated throughout the hike. Light and nutritious food, such as energy snacks and nuts, to keep your energy up during the hike.
  • Sun Block and Sunglasses: Broad spectrum sunscreen with a high SPF to protect your skin from the strong high mountain sun. Sunglasses with UV protection to protect your eyes from sun glare in the snow.
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