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Whether you are looking for a relaxing time in connection with nature, some adventure climbing waterfalls, or even some interesting nightlife, Baños and Mindo are sure to comply!

Baños is widely considered to be the adventure capital of South America. Nested in the mountain skirts of Tungurahua volcano, and amongst beautiful waterfalls, this town is famous for its extensive offer of activities. You can start your day rapid water rafting in Pastaza River, and then in the afternoon come down from the adrenaline high by enjoying a bath in natural hot springs with a view that will make you feel as in cloud nine: you might literally be in a cloud!

Nightlife is a must in Baños with a street prepared to cater to every music taste and with novelty drinks inspired by the nature around or local legends.   

THE evergreen adventure in Ecuador

Mindo is famous for its variety of endemic bird species, many unique to the area, like the cock of the rock, and for its beautiful butterfly garden. But not only that; Mindo is also a spot for adventure seekers. Hiking, waterfall climbing, and tubing are also in the menu! Rent a bike and drive up through the cloudforest to a waterfall where you can swim in the river to freshen up from the drive. When you come back from your ride, make sure to try the trout in town, it will recover your energy and leave you with a big smile! 

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WHAT NOT TO MISS IN baños and Mindo

Pailón del Diablo Waterfall

Pailón de Diablo or Devil’s Cauldron is one of the biggest waterfalls in Ecuador that will put you face to face with one of nature’s most powerful wonders;  the strength with which the water hits the rocks at the bottom, makes it seem as if it was boiling, hence its name, will make you feel its energy. Make sure you bring a rainjacket, water spalsh will be plenty! 

The Swing at the end of the world

Atop a mountain, looking over to Tungurahua volcano, we find the Tree House, shich harbors one of Baños’ greatest atraction. Swing over a cliff where you will feel at the end of the world and on top of it at the same time.

Rafting in Pastaza River

Mindo Butterfly Garden

 Waterfall climbing

If you’re looking for excitement, this is an activity you cannot miss! Take a hiking tour of several waterfalls while you rappel down them. Adventure is only second to safety during this great scape in the woods!


destination map

Title Address Description
Quito, EcuadorThe country’s capital is an old Andean city. Although it doesn’t maintain much of its Inca origins, it’s still a testimony to Ecuador’s history and the merging of the Spanish and native cultures. Its historic downtown is the largest and best conserved in all of Latin America. Read more…
Galapagos Islands
Islas Galápagos, EcuadorThe Galapagos Islands are one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. This archipelago of islands is located 972k,m off the coast of Ecuador and perhaps most famous for being the place where Charles Darwin first formulated his revolutionary theory of evolution. Read more…
Otavalo, EcuadorOtavalo is probably the most traditional town in Ecuador. Indigenous people showcase their textile production and colorful designs, and on Saturdays it grows exponentially to engulf the streets that surround it with local merchants, musicians and street food vendors.  Read more…
Soche, Ecuador

Chimborazo is also one of the most iconic mountains in Ecuador, it’s the highest extinct volcano in Ecuador and the closest point to the sun from Earth. Cotopaxi is the highest active volcano in the world, with a perfect conic shape that is recognizable from afar…
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Cuenca, Ecuador

Cuenca, with its narrow streets, beautiful plazas and picturesque cathedrals is a real competitor to the colonial part of Quito. Three rivers cross Cuenca in different parts of town, filling it with magical little spots where bridges take you from the newest part of town, to the colonial side of it.Read more…

Venezuela N6-09 & Mejía. 2nd Floor., Centro histórico Quito - Pichincha - Ecuador, Quito 170401, Ecuador

The Ecuadorian Amazon basin is one of the most biodiverse places in the world, and one of the most beautiful. The Napo River is the Amazon River’s main tributary, home to several un-contacted tribes living nomadic life between the borders of Ecuador, Perú, and Brazil. Read more…

Cloud Forests of Baños and Mindo
Mindo, Ecuador

Baños & Mindo are natural wonders nestled into the Andes, offering a wide array of activities that go from adventure rafting in the river to relaxing spa days soaking in natural hot springs that get their temperature and medicinal features from the depths of Tungurahua volcano. Read more…

Pacific Coast
Playa La Bellaca,, Bahía de Caráquez, Ecuador

The coastal region of Ecuador offers a wide variety of options for you to enjoy. From secluded and secret beaches where you’ll be alone to wonder in their beauty, to cities where life is fast, you’ll find fresh seafood and picturesque villages, rich in culture and people proud of their identity. Read more…

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Best times to
visit baños

Any time of the year is a good time to visit the cloudforests of Ecuador! Thanks to their privileged location and unique ecosystems, they offer a year round temperature taht oscillates between 80 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit (20 to 30 Celsius) with the rainy season lasting from January to April.

practical information


To get to Baños de Agua Santa by bus from Quito, you will need to got to the Quitumbe Bus Terminal, located south of the city. There, you will find buses which leave every 15 minutes. The drive takes around 4 hours. There are also some private services that can take you there, be sure to ask us about them.

To get to Mindo by bus from Quito, you will need to go to the Ofelia Bus terminal, north of the city and take a bus directly to Mindo. The buses leave every hour, and the drive takes 3 hours approximately.


For getting around the city, visitors can use public transportation such as buses. However these methods of transport are only available from 6 am to 8 pm. There are also taxi cabs that you can take and they’re not expensive. Also just walking is a fun way of seeing both towns. They’re not too big and they’re safe.


Baños and Mindo have a wide range of places to stay and every type of traveler is sure to find something to their liking. From whole luxury spas to backpacker hostels, there’s something for every taste, it just depends on what you’re looking for.

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