Visit the archaeology exhibit of the Ecuadorian National Museum of Quito, displaying one of the richest selections of pre-Hispanic Ecuadorian civilizations’ evidence, dated from thirteen thousand years ago…the very origin of modern Ecuadorian cultural richness and ethnic diversity. A “must do”, to understand Ecuador from its roots.
Continue to the Archaeological Park of Rumipamba where you’ll feel the life of the people living here right before the Incas’ invasion and the adaptations of those “Quitenians” to this ancient site. After a short visit of the Site Museum of La Florida, continue towards the Archaeological site of Rumicucho close to the modern Equator Monument, a small but interesting muster of the Inca period on northern Ecuador. Lunch included. Book now