Duration: 4 Hours
Departures: Everyday
Difficulty: 1

Quito Middle of the World Tour

Description

The Middle of the World is a popular tourist destination located in Quito, Ecuador. It is a monument that marks the location of the equator, which is the line that divides the Earth into two hemispheres – the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere.

Our Tour is available in Quito that take visitors to the Middle of the World monument. These adventure typically include a visit to the Intiñan Museum, which is located nearby and offers a range of exhibits and activities related to the equator and the indigenous cultures of Ecuador.

During the tour, visitors can learn about the history and significance of the equator, and participate in various experiments that demonstrate the effects of the equator on gravity, balance, and other physical phenomena.

In addition to the Middle of the World monument and the Intiñan Museum, also there are another nearby attractions, such as the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve and the San Antonio de Pichincha lookout point.

Overall, Quito Middle of the World tour is a fascinating and educational experience that offers visitors a unique perspective on the world and its geography.

Included
  • Confortable Transportation
  • Tour Guide
  • Middle of the world Fee
  • Museum Intiñan Fee
Highlights
Itinerary
  • Middle of the world Monument

    The Middle of the World Monument, also known as the Mitad del Mundo, is a famous landmark located in Quito, Ecuador. It marks the spot where the equator passes through the country and is a popular tourist destination.

    There are also a variety of other attractions nearby, including a planetarium, a science museum, and several restaurants.

  • Intiñan Museum

    The Intiñan museum features a wide range of exhibits and interactive displays that allow visitors to learn about the customs and lifestyles of the indigenous people of Ecuador. Some shows include traditional clothing, musical instruments, handicrafts, and tools used in agriculture and hunting.

    One of the most popular exhibits in the Intiñan Museum is the "Experiments in the Equator Line," which showcases the Coriolis effect represented in the sink and water, where according to the hemisphere the water surfs could go clockwise or counterclockwise—another demonstration as balancing the egg in the nail right in the latitude 0°.

  • Rates

    $ 70 price per person, booking for 2 or more visitors.

    $ 120 price per 1 visitor.

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