If you’re living in or visiting Quito, this one is a must.You can reserve by phone or by mail, although I’d recommend calling the guys in advance and show by their base at La Carolina (Shyris y Naciones Unidas) to pay upfront and get your tickets and seat numbers reserved. Bring warm clothes and a raincoat, hey, just as if you’re doing outdoors in this crazy weather. The night tour goes to the renewed boulevard of 24 de Mayo in downtown Quito and the day tours also add the Panecillo and Teleferico. Seeing this city from the height of a second floor definitely gives you a different perspective on the history and idiosyncrasy of the city. I leaed a lot today and fell a little bit more in love with this city. Awesome job.