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Inti Travel and Tours - Ecuador - The Coast
"It appears to me that nothing can be more improving to a young naturalist than a journey in distant countries." - Charles Darwin, Voyage of the Beagle

The Ecuadorian Pacific coast is a region that offers untouched and tropical beaches, small fishing villages, national parks, archeological sites and lively harbor and touristic cities. It´s known as the Route of the Sun , whose path is of great variety and a wonderful mixture of ecotourism, sun, culture and gastronomy .

With Inti Travel and Tours and our Ecuadorian associates as your hosts, you will experience the local customs, Ecuadorian hospitality, and visit both past and present.


Scenic Tour of Guayaquil (3 hours daily)
2018 1 person 2 people 3 people 4-9 people
p/p $94 $49 $44 $32
All rates are in US dollars, per person, include all taxes, and are subject to change at any time.

This port, bustling with life is the proud heir to cultural benchmarks and token samples of its generous, wondrous nature. A stroll along the "MALECON 2000" brand-new waterfront under the canopy of mango trees is a sneak preview to its tropical vibes.

The visit starts along the main avenue of Guayaquil, the heart of the business district of the city, by the Centennial Park that honors the heroes of Guayaquil's independence. A stop is made at Bolívar Park, with an equestrian statue of South America's liberator, Simón Bolívar.

Park of the Iguanas

This is also called "the park of the iguanas", as they roam around the park undisturbed and perch on the treetops, blending perfectly with the green leaves. Beside the park is the neo-gothic Metropolitan Cathedral. 

Drive through the open market of La Bahía, and the Spanish shipyard, now a Naval Museum. Then, a stroll along Guayaquil's new and ravishing Malecon 2000, a 2.5 Km. (1.5 mile) waterfront, running parallel to the River Guayas and featuring historical, cultural and entertainment areas. To the north of the waterfront is Santa Ana Hill and the oldest neighborhood of Guayaquil, Las Peñas, which has been beautifully restored with bright colored wooden constructions housing many art galleries. The next stop is Guayaquil's cemetery with outstanding marble sculptures by famous Italian artists and then drive along the newest neighborhoods in the Sanborondón area.
 Wear light clothes for warm weather, good walking shoes, hat or cap.
 Average temperature during the day: 22° to 32° C / 70° to 90° F.
 Altitude: sea level



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