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Devil's Nose Train and Ingapirca special deal

Enjoy our 20% off on our Devil's Nose Train and Ingapirca Tour. One of the finest and most daring feats of engineering that the world had seen. Descending switchbacks down a shear the train connects the Andes mountains to the coast. In this tour we will also visit Ingapirca, the most important remains from the Incas in Ecuador.


Take a ride on one of the greatest railroad engineering feats, the famous Devil’s Nose Train.
See amazing panoramic views of unforgettable Andean landscapes full of contrasts. Visit the Ingapirca ruins, Ecuador’s largest Pre-Columbian archeological site.

Experience two of the most interesting destinations in our country. After hotel pick up we will drive to Alausi, a little town considered a national heritage. In this charming town you will take the train known as "The Devil’s Nose". In its day it was considered one of the greatest feats of engineering that the world had seen.

This railway was built in 1899 with the intent of linking the coastal city of Guayaquil with the highlands capital of Quito. This amazing ride traverses and descends an almost perpendicular mountain face by using switchbacks. Many lives were lost in the construction of this extraordinary railway.

Our trip continues on the Pan-American Highway to Ingapirca, which is the major Inca archeological site in Ecuador. You will have the chance to appreciate one of the most important Inca structures, an elliptical platform known as the “Sun’s Temple”. Courtyards, terraces and various other ruins are found here as well. After a full day of touring we will return to Cuenca.

Rate: $64 each (plus train tickets)
When: April 4th

Licensed Tour Guide
Ingapirca entrance fee

Not included:
Train Ticket $33 adult and $25 seniors (65+)

We are a licensed Tour Operator by the Ministry of Tourism
# 1 Trip Advisor Tour Operator in Cuenca

Alfonso Moreno Mora 1-75. April 4th

Javier Vallejo: +593 98 779 6896