In Oyacachi they do Ecotourism and many families depend of it. The community offers different services as the hot springs, guided tours through paths, horseback riding, handicrafts sales and more. However the activity is disorganized and this make it difficult to reach all the benefits that the community has to receive.
Pools: adults $2.00, children $1.00
Camping: $1.00 per tent.
How to get to Oyacachi Hot Springs?
Through El Quinche it's a road in very bad conditions so it is recommended to go in a 4x4 vehicle, you drive through Papallacta and in 3 hours you get to the main entrance of the Reserve.
Through Cayambe, it's an easier way, you take the Panamericana Highway toward Cayambe and after you go by the pay toll of Panavial you take the first detour right you drive up to Cangahua and from there you take a dirt road up to the entrance of the Reserve
Website: Comuna Quichua de Oyacachi