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The park features two active volcanoes, rainforests, glaciers. It is home to animals such as tapirs, ocelots, pumas and porcupines.
Miles From Banos 43, Riobamba 060150, Ecuador
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Reviewed 8 August 2018

Use Wanderbus tour to go to this place. It is off the beating path but nice and you will see some true Inca people.

Thank bobby20172017
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

This is one of the most beautiful place I have ever visited, the community around offers different activities to do, like hiking or ridding, also they offer the lunch with is delicious and natural too; however the best was the visit to ozogoche lagoon surrounding...More

Thank alexpolux
Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

Road to get this place has great views, crosses a very important agricultural area. Went to Atillo Lagoons: beautiful place but lack of parking spaces, magnificent views. Environment in danger.

Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Whenever I travel, I like to look for UNESCO World Heritage Sites because I have had great experiences visiting these sites of natural, cultural, and historical significance. I was in Ecuador and Sangay Park is a World Heritage Site so naturally I planned a visit....More

9  Thank Daniel O
Reviewed 9 March 2017

We only drove through the National Park on our way from Riobamba to Huigra. One of the nicest drives we did in Ecuador.

Thank Brenda T
Reviewed 11 February 2017

This national park is not that popular as the others because of it isn't as easily accessible as the Chimborazo nearby. But the place is beautiful with lush green mountains of fields and snow capped mountains.

2  Thank Satyabrata
Reviewed 27 February 2016

This is another part of the landscape of Ecuador that we were lucky enough to see as a part of a small group with our own guide.He was a lover of flora and fauna so great experience

Reviewed 3 June 2015

It is a hard trecking, depending on your route, gets cold so carry a good windbreaker, the view however is amazing.

Thank VerCit3
Reviewed 4 March 2015 via mobile

My friend and I spent a lot of time researching treks in Ecuador and found useful information somewhat hard to come by, hence why I write this review, to put the information out there to other potential trekkers :) We chose Sangay because of it's...More

17  Thank K-wahine
Reviewed 25 July 2013

The major road from Riobamba to Macas is very controversial since it was built right in the middle of the Sangay National Park, but now that it exists you can take profit of it for an easy visit to the Sangay NP. There are reguler...More

12  Thank Pierre W
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