Ecuador’s Pacific Coast
From Guayaquil to Puerto López
Ecuador is a multi-ethnic and multicultural country not only in the highlands but also in the Pacific Coast where ancient cultures lived, and you can still experience the local traditions, for example of the montubios and the cholos.
When traveling along the Ecuadorian Pacific Coast, you’ll likely be amazed by its natural biodiversity. Ancient cultures lived in this territory. Most people travel to Ecuador to see and experience flora and fauna they might otherwise never see, while not realizing how unique the cultures here are, too. Traveling just a few hours by car or bus, you can arrive in an entirely new community with its customs, dishes and particular dialects.
Enjoy the pristine landscapes of the Ecuador’s Pacific Coast with multiple activities for you to enjoy.
Swim at the beautiful Los Frailes Beach, get to know the tropical lifestyle at the Ecuador’s Pacific Coast!
Enjoy two different ecosystems while exploring the natural diversity!
- Accommodation on hotels in double rooms.
- Meals are mentioned in the program.
- Private English-speaking guide and transportation through all the itinerary.
- Entrance fees to the mentioned places and activities.
- Domestic and international flights
- Travel insurance
- Optional excursions
- Personal expenses such as tips
- Alcoholic drinks
- Any other meals, drinks, and/or services not mentioned in the program
- PCR COVID TEST if applies
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REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS NATURE AND CULTURE TRIP:
A good physical condition is necessary to enjoy hikes of approximately 2 hours (depending on conditions, maybe a bit longer) in tropical climate. Technical experience is not necessary for the hikes. Light hiking boots are recommended.
NB: Please read all itineraries as a guide only. All routes and programs can change without notice due to National Park policies and regulations, weather conditions, seasonal changes, safety reasons, and the wildlife encountered during the travel. Flexibility is the key to the success of any expedition. Nevertheless, the safety and the interest of our passengers is always the first priority.