Orilla del Rio

Ciudadela Entrerios, Calle septima Mz K1, villas 8 y 9 , cerca Av Rio Vinces, Guayaquil, Mz K1 Sola
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  • Solo72
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Forum Posts

Travel from Guayaquil to Panama City

by Traveling10

Is there any economical way to travel from Guayaquil by land or by sea. I am looking to travel at the beggining of January and was wondering if cruise ships or boats can transport you between the two places.

THANKS!

Re: Travel from Guayaquil to Panama City

by cochinjew

By Land, it is a nearly impossible route.
easiest is to fly copa airlines from guyaquil to panama city, but that wont be cheap.
guyaquil is a port city and you may find yourself lucky with some boat going up to panama..

Re: Travel from Guayaquil to Panama City

by Odinnthor

The land route is not the way to go. The pass into Panama from Colombia, is a seriously dangerous place to be these days, chock full of guerillas amd drug cartel crews. Better find a boat or plane ride.

Re: Travel from Guayaquil to Panama City

by grandmaR

I have been on a cruise ship that stopped in Guayaquil (Holland American Statendam) and subsequently went through the Panama Canal. But they didn't stop in Panama City going that direction.

The cruise ship was held up from clearing customs for nearly 4 hours - I think because the customs guys wanted some bribes or something. And someone else on VT has written that he had the same experience on a freighter. Since Guayaquil is a very big port, you might get a ride on a freighter that was going in that direction. I think a cruise ship would not be as viable an option - they don't usually pick up hitch-hikers. I don't know about private boats.

We also went to Manta Ecuador, which is a big commercial port mostly for tuna fishing.

Travel Tips for Guayaquil

Perla del Pacífico

by gabygc23

People who are always there to offer there frienship, and places in which you can feel relaxing When I visited it at first time i don´t know where was my hotel so I ask to come children and they carry me until find my hotel.

Packing List

by dreamkapture

If you come to Ecuador you will need light bags, prefarable Back Pack. Ecuador as many places to see so you will have to do some traveling, and the best way to do that would be with a light bag or backpack If your planing to stay to the cost, bring warm clothes, but if want to do Andeas also, you must bring close for temperature as low as 2 degree.

Comfortable walking shoes are recomended. Check the raining season before you come, you might need an umbrella. Bring sun screen, the sun over here is very dangerous, mosquito lotion.
Imodiom(diaharea), pepto bismol are good and handy. Battery are fairly cheap, but you better come with lots of films, does are a litle expensive here. A towel is always a good idea to carry one.

Just a little glance!

by Strannik

As tiring as job can be, it takes just a little glance outside the window (from the nicest building of Guayaquil ;) ) to refresh the spirit :)

The hills at the bottom are "Cerro Santa Ana" and "Cerro del Carmen", the best strategic places to have a complete view of the city.

Texas Room Poker Club

by jake5148

Texas Room is a really nice private poker room that has about 7 poker tables where there run high stakes, mid stakes and lowe stakes cash games from 5 pm to 6 am in the morning everyday. They also host daily tournaments for $30 USD. The place is really classy and well set up, I was surprised and actually think its better set up than most casino poker rooms.

The easy part

by Joemidwest

This was a more pleasant walk. You had a more relaxed look at the shops. It is better to look on the way up and buy on the way down. The same with food. If you can drink at night and do these steps you have more grace than I do.

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