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Welcome to Ecuador

Santiago Island


This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galápagos. You’ll walk over lava that flowed here less than 100 years ago.

The lava was so hot that it essentially evaporated anything in its path, leaving only an imprint of what had been there before.

It’s a stark, surreal, and strangely beautiful environment.

Ecuador coastline

Ecuador’s Pacific coastline is probably one of the least visited areas of the country by foreign tourists, but this quiet and diverse area of the country is the home to some of Ecuador’s finest hidden treasures: tropical dry forests, quaint fishing villages, and mile upon mile of beautiful palm-fringed Pacific beaches, many of which are totally deserted. In fact, Ecuador’s Pacific Coast is fast becoming one of the most popular beach-holiday destinations in Pacific-facing Latin America.

Welcome to Guayaquil!

Guayaquil city tour visiting Seminario Park in front of the Cathedral, South Market in Malecon 2000, Las Peñas, located at the foot of Santa Ana Hill.

Montecristi, home of the Panama Hat. This beautiful little town still retains the atmosphere and faded elegance of its Spanish heritage.

Machalilla National Park: Los Frailes Beach on a delightful isolated landscape. Archaeological museum in Agua Blanca, with remains of the ancient cultures.

Montañita which is considered the best place to surf in South America.

Continue your trip to Salinas, this sector was home to one of the oldest cultures of pre-Hispanic America: Valdivia.

Transfer to Guayaquil

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