Diego Moran

30 diciembre 2022

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Quilotoa Lagoon

Quilotoa is a water-filled crater volcano 3 kilometers (2 mi) in diameter at its rim that was formed by the collapse of this dacite volcano followed by an eruption of VEI-6 approximately 800 years ago, producing a pyroclastic flow and lahars (mudflows) reaching the Pacific Ocean, spewing volcanic ash all along the northern Andes.

Inside the crater and descending towards the lagoon it takes approximately an hour walking, there you can do activities such as camping, kayaking, hiking. The return can take around 1 hour and 45 minutes.
You can also go trekking around the lagoon and it is also done at night, always accompanied by local certified guides.

You can visit the Shalala lookout or proceed directly to the entrance through the community.

It is located 2 hours and a half from Quito, with excellent vehicular access, our drivers and certified guides will accompany you during the journey. If you want more information, do not hesitate to write to us at info@hotelcasona1914.com

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