Guayaquil is Ecuador’s largest city and it can be a challenge for first-time visitors to get their bearings. This 3-hour sightseeing tour offers the ideal introduction, visiting landmarks such as The Metropolitan Cathedral, Tower Morica, and Malecon 2000; exploring neighborhoods like Las Peñas and Santa Ana Hill; and strolling through Las Iguanas park. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Ecuador’s largest city can be overwhelming for first-time visitors and this 3-hour tour of Guayaquil is the ideal way to get your bearings. Visit sights such as Malecón 2000, La Rotonda, and Seminario Park; explore the colonial district of Las Peñas, and take in the views from Santa Ana Fort. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
With so much to do on the Santa Cruz, it can be overwhelming to organize everything on your own. Make one of your adventures completely stress-free with a 3-hour afternoon tour to three of the island's top sights. Along with your naturalist guide, visit the Los Gremelos volcanic formations and get cozy with local wildlife at the Giant Tortoise Wildlife Reserve. Finally, have your camera ready for a jaunt through a lava tube.
Short on time or stuck with a flight layover in Guayaquil, Ecuador on your way to or from the Galapagos Islands? This half-day city tour delivers the best of the city in a small amount of time including the gardens, birds, and monkeys of Historic Park, the shops and cafes of Plaza Lagos, the architecture of the old city, the Guayas River, and more.
Make the most of the journey from Guayaquil to Cuenca, Ecuador. This full-day one-way trip includes a stop at a cacao farm to see how the main ingredient in chocolate is grown and processed. In Cajas National Park, enjoy a short hike through the high altitude paramo moorland which is an important and scenic watershed.
From the comfort of your hotel we will take you by private transport to know an agro-tourist farm. where we will learn about the cultivation of cocoa and the production of Ecuadorian chocolate.
We will also prepare a delicious handmade lunch. and we will eat it together.
After the tour we will return by private transport to your hotel.
Non-traditional travelers will love a nighttime tour of Ecuador’s biggest city. Relax, as private transportation picks you up from your hotel and takes you to the Government Palace, Malecon 2000, and more. With everything illuminated and the streets alive with locals, it’s arguably the best time to experience Guayaquil. You and your private guide will also make the climb up Las Peñas for the best view of the city.
Guayaquil comes to life after dark, but it can be intimidating for visitors to take to the streets alone at night. This 5-hour tour ensures a fun and safe experience as you marvel at the city’s illuminated landmarks, then sip cocktails at the legendary Rayuela Bar in Las Peñas. Drinks and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
You will see how people live in Guayaquil beyond main tourist attractions and develop a unique insight and understanding of the city.
Guayaquil is the “economical capital” of Ecuador and a city of contrasts, where the wealthiest and the poorest of Ecuador live.
Known as the “Pearl of the Pacific,” the city of Guayaquil combines colonial-era buildings and a lively street scene into a distinct cultural experience. Visit the city’s top attractions with a guide who provides historical and cultural insight on this 3-hour tour, which includes a special visit to the Parque Historico. Round-trip transportation from your hotel can be arranged for a seamless experience.
Known as the “Pearl of the Pacific,” the city of Guayaquil combines colonial-era buildings and a lively street scene into a distinct cultural experience. Visit the city’s top attractions with a guide who can provide historical and cultural insight on this 4-hour guided tour, which includes a special visit to Cerro Santa Ana.
Take a break from the city and head to Alausí for a train ride along the Devil’s Nose. This full-day excursion begins with private pick up from your Guayaquil hotel. Your train ticket is pre-arranged by your private guide, so there’s no need for you to fuss over money or stand in long lines. Then, enjoy an immersive cultural experience with the Puruhuas people in Sibambe before returning to Guayaquil.
See many sides of Guayaquil, Ecuador during this guided nighttime city tour and river tour. Start at Parque de la Iguanas where dozens of docile, friendly iguanas have taken up residence. Stroll the bustling riverfront Malecón 2000 boardwalk area before boarding the Pirate Morgan boat for a one hour (approximately) tour on the Guayas River including views of the illuminated city, neighborhoods, and lighthouse.
Discover the architecture, history, and culture of Guayaquil on a group tour that handles all the logistics so you can relax and enjoy the sights. Ideal for first-time visitors who don’t want to find their way around or navigate public transportation, this tour takes you to city highlights such as Seminario Park, Las Peñas, and La Rotonda. Along the way, a guide shares stories and details most visitors miss.
See the city of Guayaquil light up at night during this 4-hour evening tour. Visit must-see attractions with a guide who can provide insight into each site’s cultural and historical importance, and then enjoy a 3-course dinner with a drink at a well-regarded restaurant.
The Guayaquil Historical Park is one of Guayaquil’s most popular attractions, but a guided tour offers a greater insight into the city’s fascinating history. On this 3-hour walking tour, journey back to 20th-century Guayaquil; learn more about Ecuador’s culture and traditions; and spot wildlife such as monkeys, sloths, and macaws. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Spend a half day exploring both the city of Guayaquil and the Cocoa Route with a private guide. The tour is done at your own pace, so you can maximize your experience. In private transport, you and your guide will visit a nearby cocoa plantation, enjoy a hands-on experience with chocolate making. Later, experience the excitement of Ecuador’s largest city, stopping at the Malecon Simón Bolívar and more.
Guayaquil on the coast of Ecuador, home to two million Guayaquileños, ranks as one of the country’s most vibrant cities. During this flexible city tour, get a feel for the port city’s top landmarks and attractions, and tour the Malecón, Las Peñas neighborhood, and the Historical Park. Your private guide can offer tips on the best things to see and do during the rest of your stay.
The beaches and laidback vibe of Montañita, a coastal town on the Pacific west of Guayaquil, have long attracted surfers and sun seekers searching for a place to relax. With this full-day tour, trade the busy streets of Guayaquil for this beach retreat. Your guide can point out points of interest, like a scenic viewpoint at Stella Maris Church or the handicraft shops of Libertador Bolívar.
You don’t have to go all the way to the Galapagos Islands to experience up the biodiversity of Ecuador. Surround yourself with howler monkeys, mangroves, and more on a 7-hour tour from Guayaquil. Comfortable air-conditioned transportation whisks you away from your city hotel and takes you to nature reserve, which houses nearly 300 different species. Round out your adventure with a visit to a cocoa plantation and learn to prepare chocolate.
Little-known fact: the original Panama hat is, in fact, from Ecuador. See how the iconic straw hats are made from plant to finished product on this tour to the Ecua-Andino Toquilla Straw Hats Factory from Guayaquil. Pick up fun facts and trivia, and maybe even a new style.
Guayaquil, Gateway to the Galapagos, is more than just a layover city. See for yourself during this layover roundtrip sightseeing tour to/from the airport. This whirl around Ecuador's most important port city is completely flexible depending on the length of your layover. Stop by a local market to haggle over Ecuadorian handicrafts, pick up some handmade chocolate, get an overview of the city from downtown sights, or simply grab a bite to eat. Whatever you decide, it beats hanging out in an airport!