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Guayaquil City Tour & Parque Historico

Guayaquil, the gateway to the Galapagos, has been transformed over recent years with its newly restored historic district characterised by centuries-old houses and narrow lanes. Las Peñas is the city’s oldest district, and once you’ve navigated its colourful streets you’ll be guided up 444 steps to the summit of Cerro Santa Ana for panoramic vistas of the city. As well as this Guayaquil cradles a string of excellent museums, a stately cathedral, Iguana Park (named after the resident creatures here) and the modern Malecon 2000 which hugs the Guayas River and is home to the towering Moorish Clock Tower, botanical gardens and Chamber of the Rotunda. This monument marks the historic meeting between Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin in the 19th century, reflecting a huge turning point in the history of the country. Sprawled over eight hectares and flanked by the Babahoyo and Daule Rivers, the Guayaquil Historical Park is a fascinating window into the wildlife, architecture and history of Ecuador. It was established by the Central Bank to preserve the culture and customs of Guayaquil and the coast, and is divided into three distinct sections. The Wildlife Zone is home to more than 50 species of bird, mammals, reptiles, plants and insects, reflecting the four different ecosystems of Ecuador: mangrove forest, flooded plains, tropical dry forest and drizzle forest. Then there’s the Urban Architecture Zone, with restored and reconstructed buildings from the turn of the century.


“Everything went off without a hitch. Accomodation was just what we wanted. Clean, great location and within our budget. The dive master was great. ”Sarah Darwin


Guayaquil, City Tour, historic district, Las Peñas, Cerro Santa Ana, cathedral, Iguana Park, Malecon 2000, Guayaquil Historical Park, species of bird, mammals, reptiles, plants and insects, Urban Architecture Zone

Itinerary at a Glance

Day 1: Guayaquil City Tour & Parque Historico
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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1
Guayaquil City Tour & Parque Historico

Pick-up time: 08:30 Days Operation: Daily Visit:

Las Peñas Cerro Santa Ana museums stately cathedral Iguana Park Malecon 2000 Guayas River Moorish Clock Tower botanical gardens Chamber of the Rotunda Guayaquil Historical Park
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2020 - Price per person
Days Price per person
2 - 3 Persons
1US$ 212.00 PP
*Price per person based upon double occupancy.
*PP (per person)
Included in the price:
  • Private transportation
  • Services of a professional bilingual guide
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees
Not included in the price:
  • Personal items and expenses
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Drinks

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