Santo Domingo Ecuador, Bomboli Hill

The Bomboli Hill located in Santo Domingo of Tsáchilas elevation is the only mountain where you can see within the city limits, at the top find a vantage point that allows to see a wonderful landscape of the city and the sanctuary of the Virgen del Cisne, which come faithful daily from 17h00 to Mass.

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  • City: Santo Domingo
  • Sector:North
  • Address:Northwest Santo Domingo
  • Schedule of attention:Daily
  • Cost of revenue:Free



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Information of Bomboli Hill

Along the path of ascent to the Hill, there are 12 stations of Jesus, the mysteries of life, passion and death. In the month of April, Easter time, Catholics made a religious act, being no doubt that one of the main activities currently performed in the Cerro.

Bomboli, initially had the respective ramps up and down the northern and southern half of the ascent of the mountain is smaller hills throughout your environment. It follows that also was a strong military defense of the cultures that occupied at different times.

At the site there is a forest with different types of orchids, ferns, alders, guarumos, dock, butterfly bush and myrtle. They are old trees, untouched, was reminiscent of how benign nature in the area.

Bombolí Ecological Reserve is also a bird sanctuary

Bombolí and river basins and Pilatón Toachi part of the standby Illinizas, which includes territories of Cotopaxi and Pichincha, from the snow of the volcanoes to tropical rainforests.

Santo Domingo Ecuador, Comunidades Tsáchilas


Mapa del Cerro Bomboli, Santo Domingo Ecuador

Santo Domingo Ecuador, Comunidades Tsáchilas



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