Welcome to Volcán Pululahua

The crater is open to the west side, through which moisture-laden winds from the Pacific Ocean blow dramatically; it is sometimes difficult to see the crater because of the swirling clouds and mist. The moist winds, combined with the crater’s steep walls, create a variety of microclimates, and the vegetation on the fertile volcanic slopes is both rampant and diverse. There are many flowers and a variety of bird species.

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Volcán Pululahua in detail