Events in Ecuador

Filter Events by Sub-Category

Please select a Date first.

Search for a company in Ecuador


Login to your account below, if you do not have an account, select Register.

Or Login with your preferred Social Media Account

Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Google

Register your account below, if you already have an account, select Login.

Cuenca Biking Tour
  • Cuenca Biking Tour

Book From



Cuenca Biking Tour

Experience an alternative way to discover Cuenca - by bicycle. The geography of the valley allows you to travel through the city enjoying the most interesting sectors.

Are you a business owner in Ecuador?

Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Ecuador.

  • Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
1 Reviews


  • Enjoy the architecture of the city
  • Breathe the culture of the beautiful Cuenca
  • Cross the squares and rivers


On this fun tour you will visit interesting sights, such as El Barranco (the Barranco is the name given to the buildings that hang above the rushing River Tomebamba, which is flanked by grassy riverside and gorgeous colonial buildings). The river can be accessed from the center of Cuenca via 3 stone stairways and one of the main features is the Puente Roto (broken bridge), the remains of an old stone bridge that once crossed the river. Then, you'll see Pumapungo Archaeological Park. Pumapungo, meaning 'door of the puma', was the central city of Tomebamba ordered to be built by the Inca commander Tupac Yupanqui after the Inca defeat of the Cañari. In its splendor, it was said to have rivaled the Inca capital of Cuzco. Next up is El Paraiso Park, the largest park in Cuenca. Covering 17 hectares, the park opened its doors for the first time in 2003. 2 rivers pass through the park, the Yanuncay and Tomebamba. There are hundreds of trees including eucalyptus, willows and alders, as well as a large artificial pond which is home to ducks and geese, as well as small boats. Finally, you'll see Quinta de Bolívar. Simón Bolí­var visited Cuenca twice in 1822 where he stayed in a house which has since been named Quinta Bolí­var. Although it isn't the original building, which was demolished in the 1930s, this is the location which Bolívar used to rest and plan military and political actions when in Cuenca. It is now a cultural center used to exhibit work related to the life of Bolívar and his ideology.


Equipment (bicycle, helmet)
Bottle of water

Important Information

  • Adult pricing applies to all travelers
  • Subject to favourable weather conditions

Easy cancellation

Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

You may also like

My Lists

Create New Guide


My Guides

Login to create your guides for Ecuador.

Add to My Guide

Create New Guide



Create & Share Your Own 'Mini Guide to Ecuador'

Create your own guide of favourite 'must see' places

Earn your Local Expert badge by Sharing your guides with others

Get your guide seen by submitting it to the Mini Guides section


Part of the My Guide Network

My Guide Ecuador is part of the global My Guide Network of Online & Mobile travel guides.

We are now in 120+ Destinations and Growing. If you are interested in becoming a local travel partner and would like to find out more then click for more info about our Website Business Opportunity.

Nearby Destinations

Quick Pay

Pay By Card

 Store Card Details for Quick Pay