We chose Kensington Tours because you gave us the option of a “private guided trip” which is exactly what we were looking for.
- Mohmud K.
Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve it is 17 km north of Quito. Pululahua is a Quichua word that means “cloud of water” or fog. It is a collapsed volcano with great biodiversity and unique geological formations.The Andes have more than 2900 endemic species; many of these are found in Pululahua and for this reason it is now a Geobotanical Reserve. The dense tree vegetation has a lot of mosses, ferns, lichens, bromeliads and orchids.
Currently we do not have any sample itineraries of custom tours to this destination.
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