Explore the ‘Devil’s Nose’ with a community guide who will explain to you the rich history behind this engineering feat and then continue on to visit one of the most popular Inca ruins by visiting Ingapirca!
Take the chance on this tour and experience two of Ecuador’s most wanted destinations. The ‘Devil’s Nose’ railway was built in the year of 1899 with the aim of linking Quito and Guayaquil through the highlands. This tour will take you along the Devil’s Nose with a local guide who will explain the country’s culture and Andes importance.
Along with the chance to experience spectacular views from the Devil’s Nose Train you will have the chance to experience the Ingapirca, which is the most important archaeological site in Ecuador.
You will be picked up at your hotel and then be transported to Alausi, a small town that is considered as a national heritage. In the town of Alausi you will then get on the train known as the ‘Devil’s Nose.’ This trip will then take you along the Pan-American Highway to Ingapirca which is a popular Inca site in Ecuador and known as one of the most important Inca structures in the country.
You will be given time to explore the ruins and area.
After a full day tour you will then be transported back to Cuenca. A boxed lunch will be provided in the ride back.
Start time: 7:00 am
Minimum 2 people
Please make the train reservation ahead of time.
“My name is Javier Vallejo and I am originally from Cuenca – Ecuador, one of the most beautiful cities in this country.
Since I was a little boy I have been attracted to and interested in traveling and getting to know different places and people, so, after I finished high school I took the decision to study tourism. I did three years of Tourism and Hospitality Management and then I decided to travel and explore outside Ecuador in order to grow and discover myself. So, I went to Belgium for a year and I can assure you it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. It opened my mind and I was able to learn about a different culture, different language, but it also made me realize that there’s no place like my country ‘Ecuador’.
Then I came back to continue my career and also I managed my time in order to work as a tour guide on my free time. It’s been more than six years of incredible experiences. I’ve been almost everywhere in Ecuador, helping myself to learn how to Love Life! I’ve met people from many countries and all five continents. I can’t imagine myself in an office for 8 hours a day. Therefore, being a tour guide is perfect for me. I love spending time outdoors, in nature, hiking mountains, or just walking through markets and cobblestone streets. Now, more than ever, I am sure I was born to be a tour guide. My mission is to make people’s visit a wonderful experience and to draw smiles on their faces, showing them the beautiful diversity they can discover in my country. Helping them to understand that ‘All you need is Ecuador’.“
After you book your experience, you will receive a confirmation email from us confirming that your payment went through. You will then be connected directly to the tour operator, in case you have any further questions. We are also happy to answer any questions about the tour, or travel in general in your country of destination.