Day Trip to Puerto Lopez and Isla de la Plata from Guayaquil
"Departing from Guayaquil at 5:30am with a hotel pickup we will embark on the adventure of knowing the Isle of Silver also known as the mini Galapagos place whose scenic beauty and similarity to the archipelago of Colon makes it ideal for ecotourism. Located 50 km from coast resort of Puerto Lopez on it will cross one of the two tourist trails to choose (tip machete or red - footed boobies Nazca Alcatraz pelicans frigate birds
"During this 3-day trip you will have the opportunity to discover different sports on water and land! Day One:You start our first day at the canopy of Apaneca flying through the skies by several zip lines over coffee plantations! In the afternoon will go hike to Chorros de Calera; series of impressive waterfalls coming out of the ground. You will stay at your chosen accommodation. Visit of the mountain tow know for gastronomic fair in the weekends colorful murals and textiles.Overnight: Hotel Alicante / Santa LeticiaDay Two:In the morning you will go to Portezuelo Park where you can choose to hike through the coffee farms geysers and hike up the mountains into a thick cloud forest at 5000 ft. The Flora and Fauna here is incredible! Optional you can choose to take a horseback riding tour that takes you to the peak of Cerro Cuyanunsul through the cloud forest or mountain bike down Cerro Cuyanunsul. At the end of the day you will drive to the coast and stay at your chosen accommodation. 5 hours at one of El Salvador's well know waves for surfing. After your class
"Day One:Your first day starts at the Anthropology Museum David J. Guzman to have an impression of the Salvadoran history as its home to the very popular artifact found in the Tazumal ruins – the native god Xipe Totec. You will go to Santa Leticia in the Western highlands of El Salvador. The peaks of the Llamatepec mountain range that begin in the Aleutian Islands and end in the southernmost tip of Tierra del Fuego within cradles the Valley of Apaneca which in the ""Nahuat"" language of the Pipil Indians means ""Rivers of Wind"". Here you will will see three huge stone monuments and other vestiges of their great culture. Santa Leticia Site unlike other archaeological sites in Mesoamerica was not a mere commercial or habitat area but was always a special pl and power that fathomed the mysteries of life and death. Overnight: Hotel Santa Leticia or AlicanteDay Two:The second day tour starts at Joya de Cerén Archaeological Site declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1993 for being ceramics
Off the beaten path, the beach of San Lorenzo is a nice getaway. Check out the cafe/inn (Cabanas) on the beach and ask about the rain forest tours nearby. Depending on the time of the year, you can do...