From the Pacific Ocean to the Andes of Ecuador join us on board the leading Luxury Train in south Am
Tren de la Libertad
Ibarra – Salinas – Ibarra
Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Holidays
From Ibarra, two hours north of Quito, crossing seven hand-hew tunnels and two panoramic bridges take our train to Salinas, home to a vibrant Afro-Ecuadorian community
Tren de los Volcanes
Quito – El Boliche – Machachi – Quito
Friday, Saturday and Sundays
You may spot more than 15 volcanoes in this ride… if the weather allows. If not, rural landscapes, the “chagra” (Ecuadorian cow-boy) culture and a surprising Andean forest in the skirts of Cotopaxi volcano will make this a worthwhile adventure.
Tren del Hielo I
Riobamba – Urbina – Riobamba
Saturdays and Sundays
Ice creams made close to the Sun.
Tren del Hielo II
Ambato – Mocha – Urbina – Cevallos – Ambato
Saturday and Sunday
From warm Ambato, city of flowers and fruits, to the highlands of Chimborazo, some 11.000f.a.s.l not forgetting some shopping at Cevallos’ many leather workshops
Alausi – Sibambe – Alausi
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sundays and Holidays
Thirty rock-hewn, mind-blowing bends in barely seven miles with a 45000 feet drop earned this track the title of “Most Difficult train the World” back in the day.
Tren de la Dulzura
Duran – Naranjito – Duran
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays
From Duran to Naranjito the train crosses sugar cane, banana, pineapple and cocoa plantations that explain the nickname of this route: