Photo: Jorge Anhalzer

Pululahua with its 4 km.wide and 300m. deep, it is considered as one of the largest, inhabited and still active volcanic craters in the world, located in the western range of the Andes just at 5 km. from Mitad del Mundo Monument. The amazing thing is that at the base long-lived families  live off agriculture. The best time to visit this magical place is in the morning because after midday the fog completely cover the crater. The tour reaches to Ventanillas view point at 2800m. and you can also take your time to visit the work shops.

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