The complete restoration of Ecuador’s major railways takes train tours to lengths like never before.

Ecuador has the most biodiversity per square kilometre of any nation, and PTG will show you all of it on the newly accessible railways. Train riders will see the lush green peaks of the Andes Mountains and experience the zigzagging ride up the Devil’s Nose, a mountain with almost perpendicular walls. This impressive engineering takes you on one of the world’s most adventurous train rides. During the Andes tour, you will pass by some of the world’s most famous volcanoes, including the world’s highest active volcano, Cotopaxi.

Once off the train, visitors can tour the capital city of Quito, the world’s first UNESCO World Heritage city nestled high in the mountains. The colonial centre boasts an impressive blend of European and Moorish architecture in the 16th century churches and plazas and is filled with vibrant nightlife.