This is the largest farmers’ market in Otavalo. The market is set up along the street, mainly containing small commodities, fruits and vegetables, local snacks, handicrafts, etc. There are a lot of tourists here, the products are also very rich, the ears are full of lively bargaining, and it is very market-like.
Otavalo is the largest open-air bazaar in the area and the favorite place for local residents. Here, not only can you buy fresh fruits and vegetables, but you can also buy some daily necessities and clothing. It is a must-visit point for locals to shop daily, so it is very lively and bustling.
One of the largest Indian fairs, where you can find Indian handicrafts, textiles, plant ivory, specialty jewelry, alpaca products, etc. The prices are low and you can bargain. It is an ideal place to buy souvenirs and handwritten letters. Although there is a market every day, Saturday is the largest, with the most stalls and the most lively.
The Otavalo Market is the most prosperous agricultural commodity trading market in the area. The market is built along the street. Food, fruits and vegetables, clothing, and handicrafts can be found here. There are about 1,000 vendors here, and the passenger flow is also very busy. The price is affordable, it is worth visiting and shopping.
This highland town is known as the largest in Ecuador, and the famous Saturday market in the whole of South America. Every Saturday from the early morning, small vendors gather to display daily necessities and handicrafts from the center of the town. Extending out, almost the entire town is dressed up. Residents from surrounding towns enter Otavalo to buy daily necessities on this day, making this place very lively.