Tour description provided by Viator
Explore Guayaquil on a private sightseeing tour as you learn about Ecuador’s largest and most populous city from a local guide. If you wish, continue your tour with an optional visit to the renowned Guayaquil Historical Park for a deeper look at Ecuador’s ecological, architectural and cultural history.
After meeting your informative guide at your hotel in the morning, begin your private city tour of Guayaquil with a stop Simon Bolivar Park. Learn about historical landmarks from your guide as you stroll though the main streets and avenues of the city. See the statues of Simon Bolivar and Saint Martin in La Rotonda.
Then, head over to Guayaquil’s oldest neighborhood, known for its charming restaurants, art galleries and craft shops, and climb the staircase up Cerro Santa Ana (Santa Ana Hill) for a majestic view of the city from more than 1,000 feet (300 meters).
Next, board your vehicle for a detour to the southern end of Malecón 2000, a 1-mile (2.5-km) stretch of boardwalk overlooking the Guayas River (Rio Guayas) and surrounded by sculptures, ponds and playgrounds.
After your tour, your guide will drop you off at your hotel in Guayaquil.
Hotel pickup and drop-off
What isn't included
Food and drinks