Field Trip to the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve
The Pululahua, which in Kichwa means "Cloud of Water", is a potentially active volcano and its crater is one of the few inhabited in the world.
As you read, currently approximately 50 people live in the reserve and live from agriculture and livestock.
The Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve covers an area of 3,383 hectares and is very famous for its geological condition and the great biological diversity it possesses. It is located just 17 kilometers north of Quito, very close to the Middle of the World City.
One of the main tourist attractions of the reserve is the Pululahua crater and caldera, natural formations resulting from ancient eruptions of the volcano, so, without a doubt, this is a destination that you have to join us on this field trip.
Middle of the World City
Did you know that in the Middle of the World you can experience placing an egg on a nail? That’s how it is! this is one of the activities that you can do if you join us on the visit, in addition, you can admire the 30-meter-high monument, which houses a museum inside, and get to know the famous equinoctial line and locate yourself in the northern hemisphere and hemisphere south of the planet at the same time!
The Middle of the World City also has 19 tourist attractions such as the first planetarium with virtual reality, squares, ancestral homes, museums, as well as many craft shops, cafes and restaurants.