Ecuador Travel
Baños de Agua Santa
Baños de Agua Santa
Baños de Agua Santa
Baños de Agua Santa

Baños de Agua Santa

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Baños de Agua Santa is a small town that rises between the central Andes and the Amazon of Ecuador, eight kilometers from the crater of the Tungurahua volcano and 30 minutes from Ambato.

Baños according to historical data, had no founder or any foundation date. When the Spaniards first came to this site, they called it IPO in the Puruhá language, which is why it is considered to have originated in the Puruháes villages.

These are the activities we have for you!


If extreme sports are your thing, then Baños de Agua Santa is the destination you were looking for. You will turn your world upside down with the countless activities we have prepared for you!


The fast rivers that descend from the Andean glaciers are roads that allow us to see how nature transforms. The activity of rafting in Ecuador is carried out on those…


Ecuador is a great destination to do this activity because of the diversity of the landscapes that can be observed. Whether on the South Pacific Coast or in the diverse…


The Andes have offered, since the time of the Incas, beautiful roads that unfold between forests, moors, wetlands and more. Today it is possible to travel these old routes and…


Surrounded by mountains and waterfalls, you will find your special place in Baños de Agua Santa. The temperate climate will make your stay very pleasant. Enjoy the contact with nature that this place offers you.

Flora Observation

Ecuador is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, it has more than 17,058 species of vascular plants or flowering plants, as indicated in the Fourth National Report…

Landscape Photography

Many people like to capture moments, this through photography, but others are simply passionate about this activity, for these, coming to Ecuador will be a delight for their eyes, since…


The Ecuadorian Andes keep recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each of the delicious dishes are made with care and love, with natural products that come from a rich and prosperous land. Ecuadorian cuisine is an experience that you can not miss.


El llapingacho is of pre-Hispanic and Creole origin. It’s potato tortillas made with fresh cheese and fried onions. First, peeled potatoes are cooked in salted water until boiling and softened; annatto is added to give color. the potatoes are crushed with a spoon or a mallet, until a firm consistency; Then they are shaped by hand and fried with lard.


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