Guano Tourist Places
Today Guano is recognized for its tourist activities, it stands out for its wonderful points of interest, this helps this beautiful parish to have a large part of tourist reception. If you are thinking of having a good time with family or with friends we show you a list of the best places to visit in Guano:
Guano Tourist Places
- Guano Zoo Where wildlife can be observed, they promote conservation, especially raising awareness of endangered animals, it serves as a refuge for animals that have been recovered as a result of animal trafficking
- Valle Hermoso Lagoon A natural attraction where the beautiful vegetation, the lake and the impressive pines, boost the landscape.
- Mummy Museum A space where you can find the Guano mummy, identified as the missionary Fray Lázaro de Santofimia.
- Ruins of the Monastery of the Assumption es un lugar donde antiguamente era utilizado para la actividad artesanal en Guano, que se quedó en ruinas después del terremoto.A place that was formerly used for the craft activity in Guano, remained in ruins after the earthquake
- Santa Teresita Church This church is recognized as the first temple in honor of Santa Teresita.
- Monastery of the Assumption: Represents a work of art.
- The Immaculate Church Represented by the Immaculate Virgin, honoring her with a series of celebrations.
How to get to Guano?
- Riobamba, capital of the province of Chimborazo,
- is the most advisable route, an asphalted road takes you to Guano in just 10 minutes.
- If you come from Quito, you can take the detour that is announced in San Andrés.
- Another interesting option for those who wish to move along narrow and zigzagging second-order roads, with the continued risk of getting lost without the appropriate indications of the inhabitants of the communities. Only in this way you can reach the parishes of Illapo, San Isidro, San Andrés San Gerardo, Guanando, San José de Chazo Santa Fe de Galán, La Providencia and Valparaíso. Names of populations that have only become news because of the eruptive process of the Tungurahua Volcano.
Once in Guano, the first thing that surprises is the picturesque architecture of the place and the calm atmosphere of its paved, cobbled or stone-covered streets, which highlights the activity of wool fabrics and its rich cuisine.
One of the most visited places is the City Museum which is located next to the ruins of the Monastery of the Assumption and the El Rosario Children's Park. It was inaugurated in February 2006. In the museum the most important thing is the mummy of Fray Lázaro de Santofimia, a Spanish Franciscan missionary. It was found in one of the windows of the old church, after the earthquake of 1949.