Departure in the morning towards Puerto El Morro, from where we will embark on a boat tour to the bottlenose dolphins estuary, on the way we can observe several species of seabirds from the mangrove, such as the pink herons, egrets and crabeater herons , we will also visit the island of the birds where we can see a colony of approximately 3000 frigates, more than albatrosses, pelicans and depending on the period piqueros, after walking on a path for 25 minutes we will undertake the return to the pier (this tour lasts about 3 hours). Lunch and in the afternoon we will enjoy the beach of General Villamil. Later in the afternoon we will go to Salinas, accommodation in hotel and dinner.
DAY 2: FULL DAY SALINAS
After breakfast, we will go to the Malecón de Salinas to enjoy its beaches, San Lorenzo and Chipipe, the Chocolatera, the wolf sighting sea lion, in the afternoon we will have the opportunity to visit the Genesis craft workshop where we will learn the elaboration of composite jewelery of natural materials such as the shell, snails, pearls and the most popular of all the traditional mollusk Spondylus and from whom the name of this important and traditional route of the peninsula has been chosen, we will visit the salt mines and we will be able to observe the process of salt and the stages that pass before the final process of this important product of mass consumption and export at the country level, we will take a walk to observe the flamingos, ducks, species of birds that live from the mineral nutrients that are extracted from this place that have as inhabitants these picturesque animals.
DAY 3: TOUR DE BAY ISLA DE LA PLATA
Departure in the morning, to Puerto Lopez, a small fishing village, where the boat tours depart for the island of La Plata, better known as the mini Galapagos. For its great resemblance to the archipelago of Columbus in comparison to its animals such as sea lions, blue footed boobies, spiny-tipped fish, frigates and others; This place is a privileged place for its great diversity of marine animals where we can practice submersible diving to appreciate and observe this beautiful activity.
DAY 4: AGUA BLANCA
Visit the Museum and Archaeological City of Agua Blanca in Machalilla National Park, where we can appreciate the well-preserved archaeological ruins of the Manteña culture. These ruins formed a solar calendar to celebrate the rituals of the winter and summer solstices. The Manteña and Valdivia culture typical of this area were the oldest pre-Columbian cultures in Latin America 4000 BC, we can also enjoy a bath in the lagoon of sulphurous waters and medicinal mud / return.
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