The Ecuadorian Coast welcomes travelers looking for outdoor entertaining all year, with more than 1,600 km (1,000 miles) from endless beaches of tropical climate.
From beaches covered with palm trees and giant cliffs that rise above deep caverns, to the green mangrove forests or tropical dry forests; Ecuador’s Pacific Coast is characterized by its changing landscape.
Bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean and a warm tropical climate throughout the year, the Pacific coast in Ecuador is renowned for nature lovers, fans of water sports and particularly for surfers and beach lovers.
In the depth of territory away from the beaches, are quaint villages and cities known for its local cuisine and handicrafts, the effervescent city of Guayaquil, historical sites and kilometers of cocoa plantations, bananas, palms and rice.

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What to do at Pacific Coast

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  • Cycling

    Adventure in the Route Guayaquil – San Pablo

    Paved bikeways in excellent condition to practice this sport, surrounded by nature and enjoying the…

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  • Protected Areas

    Arenillas Ecological Reserve

    It is characterized by protecting the dry ecosystems, including forests and bushes, as well as…

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  • Climbing

    Climb the 7 waterfalls

    The arrival in each waterfall is a reward for the visitors because nature receives them…

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    Explore the Petrified Forest

    Located in a tropical dry forest, it has huge fossilized trees that have remained intact,…

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Eat + Sleep at Pacific Coast

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  • Culinary Tourism

    Taste the sweets from Manabí

    In this village you can find a wide variety of the traditional sweets of this…

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Whale watching in Puerto López

The boats transport tourists to the show that whales protagonize. From this fishing town the…

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See iguanas in the city

The iguanas at Parque Seminario impress people that visit them because they recreate a little…

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Swim with dolphins in Posorja

In this community you can take pleasant trips while you see dolphins swim alongside the…

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Surf Montañita’s waves

Surf has its own capital in Ecuador. Because of its waves, Montañita is visited by…

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Get into the Monkey’s Route

When visiting the ‘Reserva de Vida Silvestre Marino Costera Pacoche’, we can find howler monkeys…

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Canoa

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Machala

Facing the Gulf of Guayaquil, Machala is an agricultural, industrial and with a large commercial…

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Zaruma

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