Guayaquil Pacific Coast
4 Days / 3 Nights
$800P/P Double Occupancy
Guayaquil is the most important port town in Ecuador and is considered the economic capital of the country. Even though this is a very modern city, the neighborhood of “Las Peñas” with its wooden houses and narrow cobblestone streets provides the visitor a glimpse into colonial times. A few hours drive from the city of Guayaquil are some of the country’s most beautiful beaches, where you can choose to simply relax in the sunshine or enjoy the water sports on offer.Good combination with Galapagos as well!
Day 01 Guayaquil - Pto. Lopez
Morning Arrival at Guayaquil. Private Transport with no guide to Pto. Lopez which is a small fisherman town located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Time to enjoy the beach.Accommodation in Mantaraya Lodge.
Day 02 Full day Tour to Isla de la Plata (B, BB)
Machalilla National Park is the only protected area in the country where you can find three ecological zones: continental, island and marine. Located south of Manabi Province, this National Park is one of the best alternatives for seeing and enjoying these important eco-systems as well as learning about the different cultures dwelling in this region. From Puerto Lopez by boat we depart to La Isla de la Plata (1 Â½ hours approx. navigation time). We have a full day hike through the island looking for wildlife. Here we will have the chance to find frigate birds, blue-footed boobies and masked boobies among other amazing species. Back to the mainland. (B,BL)
Day 03 Pto. Lopez Frailes Beach (B)
From Puerto Lopez visit one of the most beautiful beaches in Ecuador, Los Frailes beach, located 20 minutes from Puerto Lopez. Our transport will take us to the entrance of the National Park. Hike through tropical dry forest until we reach the beautiful Los Frailes beach. After enjoying a leisure time at the beach return to Puerto Lopez. Hotel (B)
Day 04 Pto. Lopez - Guayaquil out. (B)
Transfer to the International airport to catch your flight back home. (B)or extension trip to Galapagos