Ecuadorian Coast

It’s hard to beat a day on one of the Coasts beautiful beaches, dancing to the beat of merengue or African marimba, or a bowl of fresh, lime cooked ceviche.

Jungle, mangrove forests, quaint fishing villages, and stunning beaches run the length of the more than 2,000 Kilometer expanse of Ecuadorian coast.

Generally, the region is warm and humid with temperatures averaging 25 degrees C (76 F) to 31 C (90 F).

In Ecuador, it is a popular knowledge that the people that live at the coast are uncomplicated and have a cheerful personality.

Their climate allows them to have a very free upbringing and this makes them very open and relaxed.

Five distinct provinces make up Ecuador’s coastal region: Esmeraldas, Manabí, Guayas, Santa Elena and El Oro.