The best way to enjoy the top beaches on the Ecuadorian Coast is the Spondylus Route or Ruta del Sol! This famous route is frequently travelled by locals and internationals who wish to visit the coast and experience the different feels, cultures, adventures, sports, etc. of its diverse beaches.
Guayaquil, the capital of Guayas is the largest and most populated city in Ecuador (with more than 2’644,800 inhabitants!). It is known as the “Pearl of the Pacific” because of its tropical climate, and its location on the Pacific Coast. Guayaquil also harbors the main port in Ecuador and is recognized for its economic importance to the country.
En una entrevista, Rodrigo Pacheco nos cuenta sobre la experiencia culinaria de BocaValdivia y el desarrollo del área gastronómica en el Ecuador.
Located in the province of Manabí, its name comes from the Machalilla pre-hispanic culture. Machalilla was declared a National Park in 1979, becoming one of the first protected areas in Ecuador!
From scuba diving to camping in a uninhabited island the Ecuadorian coast has everything to offer! We have created this route especially for you, the adventurers! Below is a guide to the top adventures you’ll find when you make your way across the Ecuadorian Coast.
America, erroneously called the “new” world, has a rich and ancient cultural tradition that is categorized as pre-Columbian.
Giant mantas are fabulous creatures… and from july to early october, these migrating species make their journey to Ecuadorian waters. Giant manta rays visit the Ecuadorian coastline to feed on plankton that accumulates near the shores during this time, after being dragged by the Humboldt current and deposited in the north of Peru and the south of Ecuador.
Find out what to pack for your Ecuador experience. Ecuador is a country of very unique regions, each with its own environment and climate. Below we have 4 different lists, a guide for every region.