Here we help you with some options to get to this place.
If you have a car, you must take the E35, also known as Panamericana or Troncal de la Sierra. Throughout the trip you will pass through Aloag - Lasso - Latacunga and Salcedo Lateral Pass - Ambato Side Pass and finally you will arrive at Baños de Agua Santa.
The journey by car can last between 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours, the time will depend on the traffic flow and the road conditions.
Keep in mind to respect the speed limits to avoid fines and traffic violations.
There are interprovincial bus companies that have Baños de Agua Santa as their final destination, in the same way there are others that go to cities located in the Amazon region that can leave you on the road a few meters from the Baños terminal as you pass through its town.
Interprovincial transport to Baños can be found at the Quitumbe Terrestrial Terminal, located south of Quito. Another place to take transport is in Tambillo, usually the cooperatives make a stop on the road to take passengers.
The cooperatives that offer the Quito - Baños frequency are the following:
The prices range between $ 4.50 and $ 8.00; this depends on the bus cooperative you take.
To view the departure times, you can search on their website, consult through social networks, call the contact or consult directly at the ticket office.
Remember at the time of travel to be aware of your belongings and finally, enjoy your destination of Baños de Agua Santa!