Manglares Churute and Hacienda Cacao with lunch: The tour begins visiting Churute The Mangroves Ecological Reserve. Located in the canton Naranjal, Guayas province 40 kilometers from the city of Guayaquil, this reserve is one of the most important in the country due to the amount of freshwater birds that inhabit the site. Upon reaching booking tourists do a canoe trip for 40 minutes in which they can visualize the formation of the largest in the Pacific coast of South America estuary. Then they perform a walk along the path of the Howlers. It is 1.4 kilometers walking through the tropical dry forest and you can see monkeys and birds native to the area. The tour is average.
After the visit to Mangroves Churute we went to a farm cocoa plantation where we will learn about the types of planting, a bit of history of the estate, will walk through the plantations and elaborate homemade chocolate. After the tour we expect the typical lunch made with ingredients from the farm.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
-End/closing time: At 5pm
Languages: Spanish and English.