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Several bus companies (Reina del Camino and Panamericana Internacional) operate from Quito to Manta; the trip lasts 8 to 9 hours and costs $8-10. Tame (www.tame.com.ec), LAN (www.lan.com) and AreoGal (www.aerogal.com.ec) also fly daily to Manta from Quito for around $100, roundtrip.

From Manta most buses head towards the commercial and travel crossroads of Portoviejo and Jipijapa, but an infinitely more appealing option is to find a bus bound for the scenic stretch of road heading south towards San Lorenzo and Puerto Cayo. This paved route features unparalleled views of Ecuador’s coast: uninhabited stretches of soft sand bound by turquoise waters and imposing cliffs.










11 Apr 2013




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