This route starts in Guayllabamba known for its culinary delights such as locro and fry. Later, visiting small towns between exotic fruits and Andean landscapes, this trail takes in five rural parishes: Puellaro, Perucho, Atahualpa, San José de Minas and Chavezpamba Traveling through small towns, including exotic fruits and gentle mountain scenery, this trail takes in five rural parishes. His waiting room is Guayllabamba. This town, warm and green hills, springs from the sandy landscape of the mountains that flank the Panamerican Highway North, to leave Quito. It is known for its locro (creamy potato soup) and huge avocados. There, the zoo is a must if you are traveling with children or looking closely watch the wildlife. North toward Jerusalem Park, the route starts and Puellaro is the first stop.
PRICE $70 include transport, food and guide