Departures: Every day The Middle of the World Monument (Ciudad Mitad del Mundo) commemorates the site where 18th-century French explorer Charles Marie de la Condamine once calculated the globe’s equatorial line to be. It is located 26 km north of Quito. Make a day trip from Quito to this tourist mecca to snap a share-worthy photo straddling the equator line where the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemispheres meet. Active 30% Culture 60% Nature 40% Relax 70% ItineraryIncludedWhat to bringPriceFirst you will head Pululahua to visit the viewpoint of the crater, one of only two inhabited craters in the world. Pululahua is one of those places where you feel the magnetism and the energy of an active volcano, totally covered by the unique Ecuadorian flora and fauna. Then you will continue for a visit to the Middle of the World complex with a Full pass access (VIP) to visit the Ethnographic Museum, the planetarium, the plaza del cacao and all its other attractions. In front of the monument you can get a great picture with one foot in each hemisphere. You will also see various demonstrations of natural phenomena, gravity and balance manifested in the equatorial zone. At the end of the afternoon you will return to Quito, where you will be back around 19:00 pm. Included: Full pass access (VIP) to the Mitad del Mundo complex Activities as described Bilingual guide Transport Not included: Lunch Tips Personal expenses For this tour we recommend to bring the following: Sunscreen & sunglasses Rainproof jacket Layered clothing Camera Water & snacks Shared tour USD $30 p.p. Private tour Check out our Mitad del Mundo Equator Museum tour for a private excursion to Mitad del Mundo.