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Esmeraldas - Quito 318 km
Portoviejo - Quito 355 km
Guayaquil - Quito 420 km
Babahoyo - Quito 340 km
Machala - Quito 518 km

ESMERALDAS More About Esmeraldas, Ecuador

The Green Province, as it is called, is located on the country's northwestern coast. Here, the temperature ranges from 21 to 25 degrees Celcius. Its main attraction are the beaches in the southern part of the province as well as the Cayapas-Mataje Ecological Reserve to the north. The city of Esmeraldas, the provinces capital, is one of Ecuador's main ports and terminal for the nation's petroleum pipeline. The city is also equipped with a domestic airport, with connecting flights available to Cali, Colombia.


MANABI More About Manabí, Ecuador

Located along the central part of Ecuador's Pacific Coast, Manab? is known for its beautiful beaches, quaint fishing villages, commercial centers such as Manta, which is the country's second largest port, and Machalilla National Park, with its rich vegetation and varied species of fauna. It also produces many handicrafts and is known worldwide for its pottery and panama hats. The Province's climate is dry- to humid- subtropical, with an average temperature of 25 degrees centigrade. There are two domestic airports and an international cargo airport, as well.


GUAYAS More About Guayas, Ecuador

Probably the most economically active province of Ecuador, the province of Guayas, in southwestern Ecuador, is home to the country's main port, Guayaquil, and also to many important ecological reserves, such as Manglares-Churute. There are seaside resorts with plenty of hotels to choose from and small beaches where you can partake in a variety of sports. The province has an international airport and a well-developed infrastructure for holding national and international events. Several international hotel chains have branches in Guayaquil. With a humid, tropical climate, the temperature stays at around 25 degrees centrigrade throughout the year.various sports. The province has an international airport and infrastructure for holding national and international events. Several hotel chains have branches in Guayaquil. The temperature stays at around 25 degrees centigrade, while the climate is tropical and humid.


LOS RIOS More About Los Ríos, Ecuador

With an unbeatable tropical climate and a temperature which almost always oscillates between 22 and 23 degrees centigrade, Los Ríos, lying in the Guayas River Basin, is a great place to visit privately run protected areas and witness coastal traditions such as rodeos.


EL ORO More About El Oro, Ecuador

Famous for its abundant production of high-quality bananas, El Oro is a primarily agriculture, commercial province and is home to one of the nations major ports, Puerto Bolívar. With calm-water, mangrove-backed beaches, the island of Jambelí is one of the Province’s most popular tourist attraction. In general, the area’s semi-humid tropical climate (average temperature of 23 degrees centigrade) makes El Oro a great destination for sun-seekers.


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