Chone - Ecuador
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This is a beautiful city of Ecuador that you should visit
It is called "The City of Orange Blossoms". In the 2010 census it had a population of 52,810 inhabitants, which makes it the tenth second most populated city in the country. The city is the core of the metropolitan area of Chone, which is also made up of cities and nearby rural parishes. The conglomerate houses more than 150,000 inhabitants.
Climate of Canton Chone
It is par excellence a subtropical city of abundant and rich flora and fauna reason why the city was built in a territory very similar to the Ecuadorian forest. The predominant climate is the warm dry in summer, which runs from June to November, in normal times; and the warm rainy season in winter, which runs from December to May. In summer the winds change the climate and its temperature ranges between 23 and 28 degrees Celsius, while in winter it reaches 34 degrees Celsius, considering it one of the most unstable and unbalanced climates of the coastal regions of the South American Pacific.
Flora of Canton Chone
Among the vegetation that surrounds the Chone river estuary we have: Salty, red mangrove, creepers, carob trees, among others. On the hills there are ceibos, muyuyo, monte salty or realito.
Fauna of Canton Chone
Pelicans, frigates, seagulls, white ibis, guacos, kingfishers, buzzards, crabs, bufeo, white heron, crow duck, among others. Pelicans are well known for the immense bag they have at the bottom of their long beak.
Festivities of Canton Chone
- Festivity of the Tonga Familiar, second week of March.
- Holy Week: Gastronomic Festival.
- Parties for the cantonization of Chone: July 24.
- Verbena Chonera first week of July.
- Festivities for the founding of the Villa de San Cayetano de Chone: August 7.
- Santa Rosa de Canuto: August 30.
- Chame Fair and Tangerine Festival: Second Sunday of September.
- Feast of the Virgin of the O October 30.
- Cocoa Fair: second week of October.
- Fair of livestock and agricultural production: last week of October.
- Fine step horse show: October.
- Shrimp Fair: October 18.
- Natilla Festival at the Toto Cabaña: second week of November
Main natural attractions of the canton:
- La Segua wetland.
- Cantiles El Jobo.
- Stone and Cave Drawn.
- Transition Forest.
- San Ignacio.
- Cabañas El Toto.
- Recreacinal Center Coffee Color Earth.
- Spas of fresh water: The Tecal in Río Santo, Puerto El Bejuco, Two mouths.
- Ecological cabins
- The Convent Commune.
- Cascade the Guabina.
- El Caracol Waterfall
- La Poza Spa.
- Palalache waterfall.
Cultural attractions that attract tourists' attention:
- The sculptural Chuno in roots.
- Mirador Cerro Guayas.
- Monument to the Raidistas.
- Casa Antigua La Providencia.
- Crafts and saddlers in Boyacá.
- Gastronomy and sweets.
- Cattle raising.
- Santa Rosa de Canuto Church.
Monument The Raidistas
This monument was erected in remembrance of a heroic deed developed by five intrepid young people of Chone, who, in the month of January 1940, aboard a car, culminated a crossing by land that united the city of Chone with Quito, when there was not yet a road, demonstrating the feasibility and necessity of this work.
Gastronomy of Canton Chone
Banana tortillas from Chone.
It is a type of gastronomy from Manabi and Chonera that has perhaps experienced a creativity of the variation of Creole food with respect to plantain or Verde as a nutritional element based on the diet of Ecuadorians. The Banana cake should be thick, not too watered down and should be the soft dough because it has to absorb the elements that will be applied to the grated banana
The Banana or Green Bowls
There are 2 kinds of Balls: Banana Ball cooked in water and the Banana Ball roasted in the oven. Las Bollas or Bolones are a kind of banana dough that has simple ingredients in its preparation and have a specific flavor since it is almost the same to prepare the banana sewn or roasted; only that this last type of preparation is more complicated and of long time, while the first one is faster.
Ripe or Banana with Salprieta
The Salprieta is a type of striped peanuts when it has already been roasted in the oven at high temperatures in a process mostly known by montubios, since in Chone it can be purchased directly from stores and supermarkets. The peanut is scratched or crushed in a very simple way with a mallet or a mill and it is poured salt at its point and taste, then it is refined by another process of crushing and merging with achiote; Once this procedure is done, it is mixed with chopped cilantro leaves; then the peanut betrays a very light flavor, soft and sometimes greasy.
It is a type of cheese unique in the province and the country is well known nationwide for its freshness, flaccidity, brightness, salty taste and color. This cheese has therefore a very short life span, and can be differentiated into two classes
It is called in Creole chicken chone to the species of this bird that is raised with food typical of the field such as banana, seeds, rice, corn, plants, etc. that is to say, natural and spontaneously bred to the circumstance of the field, since its flavor is unique, since Creole chicken meat is hard, assimilates the condiments quickly and delays softening its structure to be eaten by the consumer.
The Viche Chonero.
It is a traditional dish of Ecuadorian cuisine montubia whose combination fuses diversity of vegetables and seafood in its preparation and although its origin is not well determined it is often said that the viche is authentically native to the center and south of the province of Manabí. The truth is that its name derives from the last two syllables of the word ceviche because some ingredients of this dish are related, such as seafood and lemon, which also leads to its preparation.