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If you are looking to get the best adventure experience at the Andes, Chunchi is your first option.

Just 2.5 hours away from Guayaquil, Cuenca, Riobamba, makes this place unique, cause from here you can access to the  best part of the inca trail in Ecuador, in 30 minutes visit the Devil Nose train, which is the most difficult train trail in the world, also 45 away from Ingapirca, the famous temple of the sun, best archeological place in Ecuador, If this is not enough The Punay just 20 minutes from Chunchi offer you the best sunset views in Ecuador,
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This is one of the best experiences that you can get in the andes, Horsing trough the Inca Trail, here you will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful landscapes, walk beside lagoons such as Yahuarcocha, Tres Cruces, Sonsahuin, and Culebrilas, see the Highlands wildlife, and of course you will be horsing trough the most conservate part of the Inca trail in Ecuador.

Tours available from may to October, for more information contact to the Hotel.
 
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The Lost Pyramid of Puñay was discovered in 2003 on the peak of a 3300m (10,826 feet) mountain in the Ecuadorian Andes. The temple is 450m (1,476 feet) long and 40m (131 feet) tall and constructed in the shape of the sacred Guacamaya or Macaw.

The archeological site has been carbon dated to 2,400BC making it the oldest and largest temple of its kind in the Americas.
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The biggest complication faced by the construction of the Trans-Andean railroad was the Devil?s Nose, a mountain with almost perpendicular walls. To overcome this obstacle a zigzag railroad was bulit that climbs more than 500 meters in less than 12 km with steep ascents and descents. It today remains an impressive piece of engineering. While recovering from the mind-blowing descent you will enjoy the views of the narrow gorge of river Chanchán and will have the chance to learn a bit about the traditions and worldview of the Puruhuas in Sibambe.[left]
The Hotel is located just 30 minutes away from The train station. Free Shuttles to groups of +4, when you book trough Booking, Expedia, or hotels.com
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