La Casa Del Arbol Swing

Swing at the End of the World - Casa de Arbol: Our 2019 detailed guide from how to get there, prices and much more!

La Casa de Arbol Brief Summary

  • It is also know as “The Swing at the End of the World”
  • It’s located 2,600 meters above sea level
  • Many competitors are located around the swing, trying to replicate the original
  • The swing is not as dangerous as it seems

La Casa de Arbol Guide Contents

  1. How To Get To Casa de Arbol – Compare transportation options.
  2. Tour Information – Most popular activities for travelers.
  3. Baños Safety Tips – Safety issues to be aware of.
  4. Photo Gallery – The best pictures of this incredible place.

Below, we have created our extensive guide to The Swing at the End of the World based on our expert local knowledge and experience transporting countless people in Ecuador each year.

HOW TO GET TO CASA DE ARBOL

First, you need to get to the town of Baños, located in eastern Ecuador on the edge of the Amazon Rainforest. The best way to get to this scenic town from other places in Ecuador is to take an Ecuador Hop bus. Our hop on hop off service helps you safely travel throughout the country and see some real hidden gems along the way. With Ecuador Hop, you’ll experience the best of the real Ecuador including many unique free stops, all on your own flexible schedule.

Once in Baños, you can either take a bus or a taxi to the swing.

TOUR INFORMATION

Ecuador Hop guides can assist you with booking the Swing at the End of the World tour as well as all other tours on your trip in Ecuador. Space is available daily.

Price: $10

Availability: Daily

BAÑOS SAFETY TIPS

  • Make sure to use mosquito repellent. While Baños is not located in a malarial area, there have been rare cases of yellow fever reported. Aside from that, it’s just good practice to protect yourself against mosquitos so that you’re not covered with itchy and uncomfortable bug bites.
  • Wear sunscreen every day. Even when you don’t feel like you’re getting burned, the equatorial latitude and relatively high altitude of Baños can do a lot of damage to your skin.
  • Baños is a pretty safe town and petty crime is rare, but it’s still a good idea to avoid carrying too much cash on you.
  • Don’t flash valuables like expensive cell phones or jewelry in public.

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