CRUISE TRAIN, FROM CLOUDS TO THE SEA
A journey that triggers adrenaline through the Nariz del Diablo path or volcanoes on the Andes mountain range, including the highest one, Chimborazo; from the mountain taste to the sea smell on the Pacific coast, across an entire country. This is not only an ambition, but it is also an experience to be lived on the Cruise Train in Ecuador, which takes four days and three nights to go through that nation, thus giving tourists experiences with locals and the splendid nature. This red train combines old steam-powered locomotives with up-to-date electro-diesel machines, which undergo an inspection process in each stop. It is made up of four first-class airconditioned cars, where customized service is offered. 50 passengers can travel on the train. Each car’s decoration is different from the rest, and they stand for styles in different stages of Ecuador’s history: colonial, republican. Moreover, the train features bar, store, panoramic halls and an outdoor viewpoint-terrace.