The Sangay National Park has two active volcanoes and the widest range of ecosystems, from tropical rainforests to glaciers. Its landscapes offer surprising contrasts between snow-capped peaks and plain jungles. On the other hand, its isolated location facilitates the protection of native endangered species, such as the mountain tapir and the Andean condor. The best way to visit all these protected corners is through guided hiking activities. That’s why here below you’ll find our selection of programs to discover this extraordinary world heritage. Explore-Share only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
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