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Ecuador Train Tours

The Devil's Nose, the G&Q Line, & More

Ecuador's railways cut through the country's most impressive landscapes. See the Andes & volcanoes from the train, stopping in beautiful towns along the way. Ride the Devil's Nose Train, the G&Q Line, and other great railway routes through Ecuador's spectacular scenery.


Trains in Ecuador | Today, the Tren Crucero and Devil's Nose trains carry passengers along a thrilling route through the Andes Mountains, past indigenous villages, condors flying on thermal drafts, and snow-capped volcanoes.

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The Devils Nose Train in Ecuador
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Quito & Devil's Nose Train Ecuador Tour

9 Days / 8 Nights

  • Quito
  • Devil Nose Train
  • Chaski Antawa train
  • Otavalo indigenous market
  • Avenue of Volcanoes
  • Cotopaxi National Park
  • BaΓ±os
  • Inca CaΓ±ari Ingapirca ruins
  • Cuenca
  • Cajas National Park
  • Guayaquil
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Ecuador Cathedral in Cuenca
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The Heart of the Andes

8 Days / 7 Nights

  • Quito
  • Peguche village
  • Cotacachi market
  • Chaski Antawa train
  • Otavalo indigenous market
  • Avenue of Volcanoes
  • Cotopaxi National Park
  • BaΓ±os
  • Riobamba
  • Devil Nose train
  • Inca CaΓ±ari Ingapirca ruins
  • Cuenca
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Those who have taken the Devil's Nose train or ridden aboard the G&Q Line will tell you that a train car is the best way to explore Ecuador's interior. The Devil's Nose, or Nariz del Diablo, is a train that's been around for several decades, although it has not always been in operation. Neither had the Tren Crucero, which crossed from Guayaquil to Quito, been operational for some time.  ... Show More

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