This is the ultimate pass for the best of the mainland’s diverse regions! Begin anywhere to explore the Ecuadorian capital, tropical paradises on the coast, Andean highlands, misty cloudforests… and then back to where you began.
If you have two days in Guayaquil and you don’t feel like staying in the city then, please, continue reading because we developed a great 2-day private tour for you! First, you will enjoy a day at the local hacienda La Danesa which is a working farm with delicious local food and fun activities. It is highly recommendable to take the tubing activity and to bike around the property. Besides, you can go horseback riding (additional costs). In the afternoon you will drive to Cuenca (3,5 hours) and arrive at your tourist superior class hotel (preferably Boutique Hotel Los Balcones). The next morning, you will visit the colonial city of Cuenca, capital of the Azuay province. It is widely regarded as the most European city in Ecuador due to its 16th and 17th-century era Spanish colonial architecture. Therefore the city center of Cuenca is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Trust site. After lunch, you will drive back to Guayaquil where you will arrive in the early evening.
Guayaquil is home to some of Ecuador’s most impressive museums and visiting with a guide will ensure you don’t miss any of the highlights. This private 3-hour tour includes hotel pickup and a guided visit to one of three popular museums: Museo Nahim Isaias, the Firefighter Museum, or the Municipal Museum.
We are going to explore the beautiful history of Guayaquil, we will visit the most important tourist attractives like Plaza san Francisco, Seminario Plaza (Iguana Park), Administration Plaza, Malecon 2000 and the Santa Ana Hills.
The guide will pick up you in the lobby of ypour hotel ( Hotel pick up inside the urban perimeter of Guayaquil)In this tour we will watching Dolphins then we will go to Puerto Villamil to take the lunch and see the sea
You will discover the best of the Southern Highlands of Ecuador: Ingapirca - the best maintained inca site in Ecuador Cuenca - UNESCO heritage cityEl Cajas National Park - an amazing moorland high in the Andes
Connecting Guayaquil, the Pacific Coast, the cloudforest, and Quito, use this pass to hang out in Montañita and then explore Machalilla National Park and Puerto López (for whale-watching, in season) before climbing up the Andes to the cloudforest in Mindo, and finally to Quito.
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.
Ecuador Classic tour was designed for the person who is looking for an overview of Ecuador. To begin, you will enjoy a full city tour of Quito and the Equator Museum. then you will visit the Otavalo Indian Market and the Peguche Waterfall. And don´t forget the Cuicocha Volcano visit. Next, you´ll journey to the Cotopaxi Volcano for womderful views of the famous avenue of the volcanoes. Then visit the jungle gateway known as Baños and its waterfalls.After stuning views of more volcanoes , also a magical train ride , finally cuenca city one of the Unesco world heritage sites and Guayaquil City, the largest one of Ecuador. Discover with us the Ecuadorian wonders!!!
City Tour in Guayaquil, English and Spanish. We travel through the most tourist places of Guayaquil. such as: Iguana Park (Seminar Park) Malecon 2000, San Francisco Square, Guayaquil Administration Palace and Las Peñas. Tour in Guayaquil of excellent quality but cheap in price.We don't do Guided Monologues! We are a professional team, lovers of Guayaquil, we are passionate about tourist guidance and meet friends from all over the world. We will be your friend accompanying you, while we show you the best of the city of Guayaquil.
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 can provide historical and cultural insight on this 4-hour guided tour, which includes a special visit to Cerro Santa Ana.
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.
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.
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.
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.