This full-day tour of some of the most beautiful and popular coastal areas of Ecuador includes Salinas, the San Lorenzo boardwalk, white sand beaches around the Ruta del Sol and Ballenita Beach, salt mines, a sea lion refuge, a nautical and pirate museum, and an included seafood lunch.
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.
Transform your transfer from Guayaquil to Cuenca into an adventure with a stop over at Cajas National Park. After pickup from your Guayaquil hotel, you’ll visit a small farm for an immersive learning experience about Ecuadorian agriculture. Next, is a leisurely guided hike through the Cajas National Park around the stunning lakes. After an included lunch, your driver delivers you to your Cuenca hotel.
Leave the busy city behind and discover the wildlife and cocoa production unique to Ecuador on an 8-hour tour. Comfortable transportation from your Guayaquil hotel takes you to a wildlife reserve. Home to hundreds of species, you have the opportunity to see numerous mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Next, visit a local plantation and learn about the in depth cocoa process the sets Ecuador apart from other countries.
Make the most of your long transfer and stretch your legs at Cajas National Park. The adventurous transfer is available in either direction from Cuenca or Guayaquil. Whichever way you’re going, enjoy a one and a half hour hike amongst the Andean mountains. The transfer further includes a visit to a coastal cacao farm to learn about chocolate production. In the middle, enjoy a filling lunch of local cuisine.
Coastal Ecuador is a haven for wild dolphins—but to spot them in their natural habitat, you have to take to the water. On this tour, cruise through the mangrove swamps with your guide and watch the waters for native dolphins. With round-trip transport from your Guayaquil hotel included, you’ll also have time to visit El Morro—the oldest town on the Ecuadorean coastline.