Sangay National Park, Ecuador
Sangay National Park is situated in the central Andes (including the provinces of Morona Santiago, Tungurahua and Chimborazo) and was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
Sangay National Park Attractions
Endangered animal species like spectacled bears and mountain tapirs and many others live in Sangay while the landscape consists of several mountains and volcanoes, making it a great hiking destination. For instance, you can take a trail from Candelaria village to the crater of El Altar volcano. The entrance fee for the visit of the site is $10 but this depends on whether your hiking routes will bypass the ranger stations as it sometimes happens. In that case, no entrance fee is collected.