The Isla de la Plata, is a Protected Ecological Reserve, also known as the Mini Galápagos, which houses a great diversity of native birds of Galapagos such as: pikemen, frigates, albatrosses, etc. During the excursion we taking a boat ride to practice snorkeling and this way appreciate the wonderful biodiversity of marine species, coral reefs,...Read more
In this activity we`re going to experience a very close contact with the historic and cultural of Guayaquil City and we can observe animals and endemic plants and nature itself, see the growing of our...Read more
Enjoy of a wonderful experience where you will have direct contact with the nature and learn about our customs, traditions, elaboration of chocolate and different kind of trees and plantations of tropical fruits of the coast...Read more
After the meeting point, we go to Ayangue, province of Santa Elena where we will enjoy a tour of the Marine Reserve Islet el Pelado where we will meet: sea lions, blue-footed boobies, pelicans and frigates.
We will continue snorkeling: within it you will get to know the marine fauna and flora.
Ruta del sol salinas puerto el morro 2 days a night
DAY 1. Departure from Guayaquil to Puerto El Morro, to navigate the estuary during the tour, we will appreciate several types of mangroves, this place is considered a protected area and has become a natural refuge for hundreds of herons and birds that They are considered species in danger...Read more
This tour begins from the historic main port of Ecuador located in Guayaquil to the unique beauty of the nature as Galapagos Islands in an enchanted tour all around the main attractions of both...Read more
In this 4 days tour you will explore the most important places of Guayaquil and nearby, you'll see dolphins, hike in the Morro and walk in the Churute mangrove. We will also see places like Plaza San Francisco, Iguana Park and Santa Ana Hills. Explore Guayaquil in the best way with...Read more
37 km from Puerto Lopez, Isla de la Plata is a small island of just 8 square kilometers. Its name comes from the legend that the English explorer Sir Francis Drake buried a chestful of silver here in the sixteenth century – never discovered, of course. Today, the island’s fame derives from its large population of marine birds, and beautiful...Read more