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Guayaquil

Guayaquil, officially Santiago de Guayaquil, is the largest city and the second most populated canton of the Republic of Ecuador; also known as the "economic capital of Ecuador", with a population in its metropolitan area close to three million inhabitants.

The metropolitan area of ​​Guayaquil, also known as Gran Guayaquil, is ranked among the largest cities in America. It is also an important trade center with regional, financial, political, cultural and entertainment influence.
The city is the cantonal head of the homonymous canton and the capital of the province of Guayas. Located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in the coastal region of Ecuador, the east of the city is on the banks of the Guayas River, about 20 kilometers from its mouth in the Pacific Ocean, while it is surrounded by the Estero Salado in its southwestern part and the beginning of the Chongón Colonche mountain range, a chain of mountains of average altitude, in the northwest. The Gulf of Guayaquil is the largest water inlet of the Pacific Ocean in South America. Its extreme outcrops are set at Cape Blanco, in Peru, and the province of Santa Elena, in Ecuador, covering a distance of 230 km.

Located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in the coastal region of Ecuador, the east of the city is on the banks of the Guayas River, about 20 kilometers from its mouth in the Pacific Ocean, while it is surrounded by the Estero Salado in its southwestern part and the beginning of the Chongón Colonche mountain range, a chain of mountains of average altitude, in the northwest.

The Gulf of Guayaquil is the largest water inlet of the Pacific Ocean in South America. Its extreme outcrops are set at Cape Blanco, in Peru, and the province of Santa Elena, in Ecuador, covering a distance of 230 km.

Natural resources of Guayaquil

The region where Guayaquil is located has very fertile soils that allow abundant and varied agricultural and livestock production. Cotton, oilseeds, sugar cane, rice, bananas, cocoa and coffee are grown and tropical fruits such as mango, passion fruit (world's leading exporters), papaya, melons and many more. Tropical flowers and plants of the Guayas River are also exported, as well as the tropical dry forest of Cerro Blanco, the Chongón Dam with its large artificial lake and Puerto Hondo with the navigable mangroves and sea arms.

Fishing production and exploitation are also noteworthy, mainly based on the captive breeding of shrimp, of which Ecuador was, before a number of pests and problems, one of the world's leading exporters, currently in full recovery, as well as fishing for tuna, sardines, and many other varieties of fish, both for domestic consumption, for export, in natural (frozen), canned, or with added values; most of the fleet and industries are located in the vicinity of the Gulf of Guayaquil

Also, it has different species of woods such as guasango, palo santo, muyuyo, pegapega, chipra, mosquero and cardo; able to withstand long droughts. In the same way there are many poultry farms and cattle and pig farms. In the gulf area there are deposits of natural gas of great potential, for this reason its entire continental shelf is considered as an oil prospecting.

Protected Areas of Guayaquil

In the surroundings of the city of Guayaquil, at a distance of no more than three hours, there are some parks, reserves and protective forests that make up the National System of Protected Areas of Ecuador:

  1. Cajas National Park, two hours from the city of Guayaquil on the road to the city of Cuenca.
  2. Machalilla National Park, in the south of the province of Manabí, approximately three hours from the city.
  3. Manglares Churute Ecological Reserve, one hour by road to Naranjal.
  4. Mangrove Wildlife Production Reserve El Salado.
  5. El Morro Mangroves Wildlife Refuge, one hour away in the Playas canton.
  6. Protected Forest Cerro Blanco, within the urban perimeter of the city, at kilometer 16 of the Guayaquil - Salinas highway.
  7. Coastal Marine Fauna Production Reserve Puntilla Santa Elena, approximately an hour and a half.
  8. Parque Lago National Recreation Area is located at Km. 26 of the Guayaquil - Salinas highway.
  9. Santay Island National Recreation Area, located in front of the city.
  10. Samanes National Recreation Area, located within the urban perimeter of the city.
  11. Protected Forest Cerro Colorado with the Botanical Garden of Guayaquil, located within the urban perimeter of the city.
  12. Cerro Paraíso Protective Forest, located within the urban perimeter of the city.
  13. Forest Protector Bosqueira
  14. Bosque Protector Prosperina, located within the urban perimeter of the city.
  15. Palo Santo Trail Protector Forest, located within the urban perimeter of the city.
  16. Protective Forest Papagayo

Tourism in Guayaquil

Throughout the years it has continued with its commercial tradition, and currently in a fundamentally economic process, it is committed to tourism, reflected in the changes in the ornate of the city, with an improvement in the self-esteem of the citizens, it has been a process that It has taken years, since the last two municipal administrations. Guayaquil has thus developed into a national and international tourist destination, hosting fairs and international events.

The downtown area of ​​Guayaquil is one of the most important places for national and foreign tourism, since it is the oldest and most colonial. The Malecón 2000 area is of great tourist interest and is close to the center. The Point, located in the area of ​​Puerto Santa Ana, is the largest building in Guayaquil and the country. The "Las Peñas" neighborhood is another place of interest, with approximately 444 steps and ends with a viewpoint where you can appreciate the view of the city.

One of the most significant places for tourists is the Malecón 2000, named after the name of the Foundation that executed the work. The original name is Malecón Simón Bolívar. This work is a project of urban regeneration of the old pier. With 2.5 km of extension it offers its visitors, in addition to security, great monuments of the history of the city, museums, gardens, fountains, viewpoints, shopping centers, restaurants, bars, food courts, the first IMAX cinema in Ecuador , docks, from where you can board boats for day and night trips on the Guayas River.

According to studies carried out by the Municipal Public Company of Tourism, Civic Promotion and International Relations, 54% of tourists arriving in Guayaquil are foreigners and 98% of tourists recommend the city as a tourist destination.

In the Malecón del Salado: you can enjoy family walks in the estuary in small boats and admire the flora and fauna of the estuary; There are also discos, restaurants, and bars.

Las Peñas: is the oldest neighborhood in Guayaquil. In recent years it has been transformed to become one of the main attractions of the city.

Puerto Santa Ana: is an architectural megaproject similar to the Coconut Walk of Miami or the Puerto Madero of Argentina, it is a residential, commercial and potentially tourist place that has several buildings of contemporary construction and luxurious apartments. Its first stage was inaugurated in 2007.

Historical Park of Guayaquil: located outside the urban perimeter. The place has a mangrove forest that can be visited by visitors through a wooden path. In the mangrove there are 28 species of animals in captivity, among them the white-tailed deer, the raccoon, the peccary. There are also tigrillos, sloths, monkeys and crocodiles. This adding to the parrots, harpy eagle and parrots. The site also has a replica of the Old Guayaquil, some of the buildings are original and were transported to the park. In the park you can discover the main fauna and the history not only of the city but also of the old province.69

El Lago Park: km 25, road to the Coast, which is an artificial lake with more than 2 500 000 m³ of water (reservoir) and where you can practice water sports such as kayaking, rowing in boat, shore fishing, spearfishing, diving, snorkeling, etc. and other sports and activities such as cycling, camping, picnics and enjoying nature.70

Puerto Hondo: tourist site to enjoy the flora and fauna (mangrove reserve) and practice water sports such as swimming, rowing boat, kayak, etc. It has a beach and traditional and typical food service.

Cerro Blanco: km 16, road to the coast. You can admire flora and fauna of dry forest, you can enjoy adventure tourism in an ecological reserve with the possibility of camping from one day to another.

Cerro Santa Ana: is located northeast of the city, next to Las Peñas neighborhood and a few meters from the Malecón. It is the place where Guayaquil originated. It is colorful and visiting it is pleasant, since you have to climb 456 steps, until you reach its peak, where you can see the north of Guayaquil. El Cerro is full of cafes, bars, craft shops. Etc.

Seminar Park: it is located in the Rocafuerte sector in the center of the city. In this park you can see a monument to Simón Bolívar, as well as a great variety of green iguanas. Seminario park is bordered on the north by Clemente Ballén y Millán street, on the south by Tenth August street, on the east by Chile street and on the west by Chimborazo street, which was regenerated for the specific use of pedestrians since it connects the park with the Cathedral of Guayaquil.

Metropolitan Cathedral of Guayaquil: it is located in the center of Guayaquil, it was built between 1547, it has beautiful semi Gothic towers, it was the main church in the mid 16th century. Originally the cathedral was built of wood, during 1590 the building was It was located on Santa Ana Hill, next to the House of the Cabildo and the Plaza de Armas, then the temple was destroyed by a terrible fire in 1692

Samanes Park: It is located north of the city, precisely in the sector of the Samanes. It is the third largest park in Latin America, since it extends from the Guayas River to the Via a Daule with approximately 851 hectares. It is a recreational park that has a large number of soccer, tennis, basketball and handball courts; It also has an area of ​​lagoons and a concert area with a capacity of 10,000 people. In this park a stadium was built that was named in honor of the late football player Christian Benítez Betancourt, with a capacity of 8,000 people. In this stadium the Guayaquil City Soccer Club of the Seria A of Ecuadorian soccer plays of local.

Extreme sports: Near Guayaquil there are small towns surrounded by a lot of nature ideal for practicing extreme sports and outdoor activities. Canyoning or canyoning that consists of descending by canyons or waterfalls is one of the most practiced by tourists who come to Guayaquil and who are looking for some adventure nearby, also rafting and tubing that consists of navigating fast-flowing rivers is another sport Outdoor adventure very practiced.

Typical Gastronomy in Guayaquil

The typical food Guayas is known for the excellent quality of its fish and seafood, for the great variety of vegetables and vegetables, and for its delicious fruits.

The great variety of native and unique dishes are highlighted in the 25 cantons that Guayas has; these delicious dishes are the result of the fusion of traditional ingredients and the culinary secrets that have been passed down from generation to generation, and in this way they have built a gastronomic identity for the province of Guayas and a plate of food has the special flavors that they have maintained and belong to the folcklore of Guyanese families ..

Among the main inputs or ingredients we have: Peanuts, green and ripe bananas, seafood, rice, poultry; all of these very easy to obtain.

This way gastronomic dishes are elaborated such as: rice with stew and meat, dried (chicken, chicken, duck, etc.), the fritada, the fish bun, bolones, cebiches, chicha slide, guatita, among others.

In the province of Guayas, especially in its capital Guayaquil, there are numerous food and beverage establishments that sell international dishes.

In Guayas there is a great diversity in restaurants, its gastronomic offer is very rich and it has great accessibility to restaurants of international and Creole food.

There are well defined areas among its 25 cantons; This gastronomic diversity is the result of its great natural resources, the environment and cultural influence. In this way we can establish areas where certain typical dishes predominate.

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Ecuador, officially called the Republic of Ecuador, is a sovereign country located in the northwestern region of South America. Bordered on the North by Colombia, Northwest with Peru, to the South and to the East with the Peru. The Pacific Ocean bathes the western coast, and separates it from the Galapagos Islands located thousand kilometers to the West.

Soo close Quito the capital of the Andes, stands the Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano in the world. It is currently one of the most traditional and culturally better preserved on the planet, it has 5 nominations for the Cultural heritage of humankind, two natural heritage of humanity and over 20 candidates for other commemorations of the Unesco .

History of the Ecuador

The first human settlements in Ecuadorian territory date back to 12 000 to.C., subsequently developed several pre-Columbian peoples. After the definitive independence from Spanish rule, part of the territory joined quickly the Gran Colombia, while the coastal territory remained independent until the annexation by manu militari by Simón Bolívar. In 1830 the Colombian territories of the South seceded and created the Ecuadorian nation.In 1979, the country returned to democratic system, although political instability between 1996 to 2006 led the country into an economic, political and social crisis, resulting in the dollarization of its economy and toppled three Presidents before the end of its mandate.

The Ecuador culture

Rag dolls representing the indigenous culture of Ecuador is a multi-ethnic and multicultural nation.It should consider the ethnic and regional diversity of Ecuador to analyze their culture. Ethnically it is marked by the presence of mestizos and indigenous, Afro-Ecuadorian, white; as well as regions such as the coast, the sierra, the East and the insular region, all of them with very rich specificities.

The Ecuador climate

The country has a tropical and humid climate, the air quality is very good by the presence of large natural forests, national parks, and the Amazon rainforest.

Geography of the Ecuador

Ecuador is located on the terrestrial Equator by which its territory is located in both hemispheres.The country has an area of 283,561 square kilometers. It is divided into four natural regions (La Costa, Sierra, the Amazon and the Insular region or Galapagos), in turn is divided administratively into 24 provinces.
In the Pacific coast are the provinces of Esmeraldas, Manabi, Los Rios, Guayas, Santa Elena and El Oro.In the Andes, in the North and central are , Imbabura, Pichincha, Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, Cotopaxi, Tungurahua and Chimborazo, in the South are Bolívar, Cañar, Azuay and Loja.In the Amazon, on the other hand are succumbing, Napo, Pastaza, Orellana, Morona Santiago and Zamora Chinchipe and in the island, the Galapagos Islands, made up of 13 main islands region.

The Ecuador economy

Ecuador is a major exporter of bananas (first place worldwide in its production and export), flowers, and the eighth World producer of cocoa.Petroleum accounts for 40% of exports and contributes to maintaining a positive trade balance.

Festivals in the Ecuador

  • Easter, many of the provinces celebrated on this date, with regional events.
  • November 2, the Difuntos.
  • 25 of December day, they celebrate Christmas, sharing in family.
  • 331 December, farewell of the year.

Regions natural of the Ecuador

Amazon rainforest, Andes mountains, Costa and the Galapagos Islands.

Ecuador national parks

Parque Nacional Yasuní, Cotopaxi, Sangay National Park, National Park Podocarpus, El Cajas National Park, National Park Machalilla National Park.

Languages spoken in Ecuador

Ecuador speaks the Spanish throughout the territory, also Quechua indigenous populations of the Sierra and the Amazon, but as it is a country with a tourist infrastructure in development, can be guides in several languages; It is possible to speak in English at the points of attention to tourists called "iTur"; created by the Ministry of tourism also in airports, Bus Terminal, municipalities and others find information points.

Shopping in Ecuador

We recommend going to the handicrafts market of Otavalo, located about 2 hours (120 km) of Quito city, there you can get variety of souvenirs and handicrafts that are found in the rest of the Andean region.And don't forget Cotacachi, a town with cute works in leather of high quality.
In the city of Cuenca also can be purchased pottery, textiles, jewelry, crafts in toquilla straw, wrought iron, etc.

Food typical of the Ecuador

Ecuador has a variety of typical food, in each of the natural regions, such as Costa, Sierra and East have their own typical food, in the East can eat a Chontacuro (worms grilled on skewer), in the Sierra you can eat a delicious "fry pork", a hornado, llapingachos, the Guinea pig, the classic "sing" in Cuenca, and a fish coconut coast, prieta salt, green bolon or ceviche de concha and many more dishes.In Manabi most importantly the food is tanning with lemon and fresh fish.

  • Pope locro, is a stew with squash, beans, corn or potatoes.
  • Roast Cuy or Guinea.
  • Cebiche or ceviche, this dish is very consumed in the coastal area.
  • Encebollado, is a stew of fish containing Yucca and pickled red onions.
  • Cuy or Guinea pig, is usually roasted.
  • Bolón de pescado
  • Bolón, is based green bananas broiled or fried previously.
  • Fritada is another delicious dish of Ecuador.Not be left confused by the name, is not a dish of fried meat.The meat of pig or pork is cooked in plenty of water and orange juice with cumin, garlic, onion, salt and pepper until the water has been consumed to be completed. Then the meat begins to Brown in its own fat. Also is it accompanied by mote (boiled maize).

Drinks and fun in Ecuador

There are many clubs and bars in constant renewal in the country.

  • A reference point for nightlife is Montañita where Sun, surf, beach and joy.
  • In Guayaquil, there are bars and clubs for all tastes.
  • In Quito, the area of fun, dancing, alcohol is known as the Mariscal. Current law restricts the opening of bars and nightclubs on holidays; the days Friday and Saturday until 2:00 am, on Sunday the sale of alcoholic beverages is limited.

Lodging in Ecuador

Ecuador has a good hotel infrastructure for all kinds of tourists, from Hostels up to Super exclusive luxury hotels such as the Hilton Hotel Oro Verde, Sheraton, Wyndham, Unipark, among others. All this is thanks to the good tourist development that has had the country in recent years.
If you need more information about where to stay, we recommend you to enter this link: Lodging in Ecuador and review the tourism infrastructure that exists in all of the Ecuador.

Tourism in Ecuador

Ecuador lies within the countries more diverse in its ecosystem and for this reason National Geographic categorized it within the top 10 tourist destinations in adventure.

Cultural in Ecuador tourist attractions

Historic center of Quito, Mitad del Mundo, Ingapirca ruins, historic centre of Cuenca, Latacunga, and much more.Come and visit Ecuador!

Natural tourist attractions in Ecuador

Galapagos Islands, National Park Yasuní, National Park El Cajas National Park Sangay, Parque nacional Podocarpus, Vilcabamba, bathrooms.
Glaciers and volcanoes: Antisana, Cayambe, Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, Chimborazo Illinizas.El is the volcano and highest mountain of Ecuador, is the farthest from the center of the Earth, and «the point closest to the Sun». Its last known eruption is believed that you occurred around the 550 dC.
Beaches: Crucita, Atacames, Bahía de Caráquez, Esmeraldas, Manta, Salinas, Montañita

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Galapagos Islands

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Galapagos Islands are worldwide known for their wide biodiversity and for being the point from where Charles Darwin developed the theory of evolution.We present you 5 facts that perhaps you didn't know about the Enchanted Islands.

The term "Enchanted islands" first appeared on a map in 1589.Sailors nicknamed thus to the Galapagos Islands, by referring to these "appeared and disappeared", since due to the sea currents strong, access to the Islands was limited at certain times of the year. The nickname transcended over the years and today is still saying that the Islands are "delighted", but referring now to the great biodiversity of flora and fauna.

The Galapagos marine iguana, is the only species of reptile in the world that has managed to adapt to life under water.

The Islands are named for the giant tortoises that live there (the Galapagos word meaning turtle). This species can reach up to 16 hours a day to sleep and mainly feeds on cacti that grow there.

In keeping with the turtles, originally there were 15 species of giant tortoises in the Galapagos, unfortunately 5 of them are completely extinct, so there are only 10. The main threat of the turtles is the human being, who for years has been dedicated to hunting them for their meat and oil.

The Galapagos Islands were part of the second world war! During this war, the Government of Ecuador allowed the United States Government build a runway with strategic aims in the Islands.When the war ended, the Americans abandoned the place. That track currently serves as the main airport of the Islands, which welcomes the year thousands of passengers.