Guayaquil & Surroundings
Visit Guayaquil, the largest port in the Pacific, with its Malecón 2000, Santa Ana Hill and nearby natural attractions like Churute Mangrove Reserve and Manglecito Island.
Settled by the Spaniards in 1538, Guayaquil boasts as the largest seaport in the entire Pacific Basin! Moreover, its nearby attractions are plentiful and worth exploring for a rather unexpected surprise. What we know of its pre-Incan past is found in archaeological remains dating back as early as 500 B.C., where amazing civilizations flourished thanks to the rich silt from the Andes that continues to empty into its gulf and thus feeds rich tropical plantations that will complement your visit. Nearby farms are interspersed amongst undisturbed vegetation, including mangroves, islets and primary forests that are the natural habitat of many species of birds and mammals. Such a rich region in all respects also contributes to fresh seafood delights that will cater to the most discriminating palate.
DAY 1. ARRIVAL IN GUAYAQUIL
DAY 2. HALF DAY GUAYAQUIL CITY TOUR
DAY 3. DAY TRIP TO THE GULF OF GUAYAQUIL
DAY 4. DAY TRIP TO CHURUTE MANGROVE RESERVE & CACAO FARM
DAY 5. DEPARTURE
2019 Rates (per person in double occupancy; minimum 2 people)