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Sangay National Park
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Covering three provinces of Ecuador, Sangay National Park is home to three volcanoes, two of which are still active, and a range of ecosystems including glaciers, tropical rainforests, cloud forest, wetlands, grasslands, and over 320 lakes, where many protected indigenous species live. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park contains important pre-Inca archeological traces.

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Miles From Banos 43, Morona-Santiago, Ecuador
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3-Day Altar Volcano Trekking Tour to Laguna Amarilla from Riobamba

3-Day Altar Volcano Trekking Tour to Laguna Amarilla from Riobamba

Nature lovers can trek through Sangay National Park with a guide who knows the terrain. This moderate-to-strenuous 3-day route follows the east Andes to Laguna Amarilla. The high-altitude hike covers 4 to 6 hours per day over muddy trails and steep hills, but you’re rewarded with views of the crater lake and majestic El Altar. Meals and lodging at the Collanes Refuge are provided along with transport from Riobamba.
  • 3 days

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