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私人旅游科托帕希国家公园,徒步到4800米
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私人旅游科托帕希国家公园,徒步到4800米

供应商/业主为:Andean Roots Travel Agency
相关信息
成人价格最低
US$130.00
元(具体价格视团体规模而定)
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年龄 12-80
用时: 8–10 小时
开始时间: 查看供应情况
电子门票
现场指南:英语, 西班牙语
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  • 私人旅游
  • 酒店接送和送往基多市中心的酒店
  • 专业双语指南
  • 一瓶纯净水
未包含内容
  • 入场费。目前科托帕希国家公园没有入场费,但如有更改,恕不另行通知。
  • 食品和饮料
  • 提示
  • 酒店外面的接送服务。额外费用从30美元到70美元不等,具体取决于乘客数量和位置


出发地点:提供多个接送地点。
    接送服务详情
    • 市区外的酒店接送服务。根据乘客数量和位置的不同,额外费用从30美元到70美元不等
    提供酒店接送服务
    结账时,您可以从包含的酒店列表中进行选择。
      返程:此活动将在会面地点结束。

        • 不提供无障碍通道
        • 婴儿车可入内
        • 靠近公共交通
        • 婴儿必须坐在成人腿上
        • 提供婴儿座椅
        如果您对无障碍设施有疑问,我们很乐意提供帮助。 只需致电下方的号码,并引用产品代码:49550P4

        • 您将在预订时收到确认信息
        • 建议最低年龄为12岁
        • 儿童必须由成人陪同
        • 由于我们将在旅行期间达到高海拔,因此不建议心脏病患者或其他严重疾病患者参加
        • 旅行当天需要持有当前有效护照
        • 在各种天气条件下操作,天气可能会有所不同,请穿着合适
        • 请在预订时告知您的酒店名称或您所在地附近酒店的名称
        • 大部分旅行者都可以参加
        • 这是一项私人游览/活动。 只有您的团队能够参加

        • 要获得全额退款,请至少在体验开始日期前 24 小时取消。

        私人旅游科托帕希国家公园,徒步到4800米体验价格是多少?
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        如果您对此游览有疑问或需要协助预订,我们很乐意提供帮助。 只需致电下方的号码,并引用产品代码:49550P4

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        Caitlin H
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        2018年4月
        My boyfriend and I went on this tour together and had a wonderful time despite rain, fog, and snow! Our guide Christian picked us up from our hotel right on time- we decided to leave at 8am to beat traffic. It was about a two hour drive south to Cotopaxi National Park, and Christian told us tons of interesting information about Quito and the surrounding countryside throughout the drive (in English). When we arrived to the park, we were joined by Marina, a local guide who stayed with us throughout our time in the park. She spoke a little bit of English but mostly communicated with us in Spanish, so Christian translated. We first stopped at a small museum and botanical garden, where Christian and Marina gave us an introduction about the park: the people, flora, and fauna indigenous to the area. Then, in order to test our tolerance for the altitude, we took a short hike through the foothills with Marina, and she gave us a more in-depth explanation about the landscape and local plants. We even saw wolf poop and deer tracks! My Spanish is rusty, but Marina slowly and patiently explained things to me in Spanish so I could translate for my boyfriend. It was good practice! We met back up with Christian who drove us to our next stop- Limpiopungo Lagoon at the base of Cotopaxi Volcano. We were told at this point that we should be able to see the volcano in the distance, but as we were visiting in the rainy season, it was too foggy to see! We briefly walked to the lake to see it up close and watch the ducks for a bit, but didn't stay long because we were eager to get to the final hike! We drove approximately thirty minutes more to the parking area at the base of the trail. It looked like the surface of the moon, with black sand and volcanic rocks as far as the eye could see, fog, no trees and minimal plant life. We were not feeling any signs of altitude sickness (we both had been taking acetazolamide as a precautionary measure for a few days), so we proceeded to hike the switchback trail with Marina up to the Jose Rivas Refuge at the base of the Cotopaxi glacier. We walked very slowly and tentatively, and Marina was careful to make sure that we were not overexerting ourselves. We felt very safe with her. We eventually made it to the refuge, where we stopped for photos and a revitalizing lunch of hearty soup and some tea before making our descent. I would absolutely recommend a heavy coat, sturdy hiking shoes, hat, and gloves for this hike. It was a cold rainy day, and actually started snowing during our descent from the refuge. I'm told it stays chilly year round because of the elevation, so even in summer you need warm clothing. The fog cleared enough on our way back down that we could take in the vistas below and finally see the glacier above us. We made our way back down to the car, dropped off Marina on the way out of the park, and then Christian drove us back to our hotel. In all the trip lasted about 8:00-4:30, so plenty of time to get back to our hotel, wash up, rest a little, and grab a late dinner. All in a days' work!

        We had a fascinating, educational, and exhilarating day at Cotopaxi. We were pleased with both of our guides and would definitely recommend this trip to others! Thanks again.
        撰写日期:2018年4月7日
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        Excellent
        撰写日期:2022年6月9日
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