Tour Puerto Lopez And Guayaquil, Ecuador

Tour Puerto Lopez Guide:

A short bus ride from bustling Guayaquil is an undiscovered gem for eco-tourists. Slow down and see what the natural world has to offer!

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Tour Puerto Lopez, on the coast of Ecuador in Manabi Province, is an undiscovered gem for new and experienced eco-tourists. Start your vacation in busy Guayaquil to get an idea of the country’s fascinating history, and then take a short bus ride to the coast. There, you’ll discover deserted beaches, tropical, sub-tropical, and humid eco-systems, unmatched wildlife, and a culture that practically begs you to slow down and see what the natural world has to offer. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Tour Puerto Lopez Highlights

  • Introduction: Guayaquil & the Historical Park
  • Guayaquil: The Malecón, Las Peñas, & Cerro Santa Ana
  • Puerto Lopez: How to Get There / Agua Blanca
  • Playa de los Frailes
  • Isla de la Plata
  • The Beach in Puerto Lopez & Ecuador’s Coastal Sunsets
Transportation Walking & Driving
Specialty Off the Beaten Path, Historical/Heritage
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
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  • Welcome to the equator! Remember that the sun is very strong in Ecuador, even if you don't feel hot. Bring plenty of sunscreen, a wide hat, and sunglasses - and keep them with you all the time.
  • Bring bottled water and buy it wherever you can. It's amazing how quickly you can get thirsty - and not have access to safe bottled water.
  • Brush up on your Spanish, either basic or advanced, before you go to Ecuador. As you go further into the small towns, you'll find few people who understand English. Plus, the friendly people will love you even more if you try out some Spanish on them!
  • Be prepared to slow down! The pace of life in Ecuador is much slower than in the U.S. or Europe; in fact, it's quite refreshing. Don't watch the clock, and take your time. This trip can be the most interesting and relaxing you've ever had!
  • Use bug spray on your feet and consider using Teva Sandals or even Crocs for short hikes and trips to the beaches and islands. As soon as you leave the trails, you'll want to take off your shoes and put your feet in the clear, cold Pacific water.

Chris Amisano

Chris Amisano is a freelance writer and author with a background in corporate training, instructional design, and banking. His first novel, "An Imperfect Arrangement," was published in June 2007. As an avid traveler, Chris has visited and written about various locations in North and South America, including Ecuador and Bolivia, as well as France, the Czech Republic, England, and Italy.


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