After a day of beach or visit to the Pearl of the Pacific, Guayaquil, it is unforgivable not to visit Puerto el Morro, a small parish that is located two hours to 11 km from the city of Guayaquil, this picturesque place is inhabited by fishermen, shell collectors, mussels, crabs and people working in shrimp farms. This small town has an extensive mangrove swamp, which is home to a large number of flora and fauna, among the most representative of the large number of birds that can be seen: seagulls, herons, pelicans, albatrosses, cucubes, etc. And at certain times there are sea lions, blue-footed boobies and the most representative are their bottlenose dolphins, who perform acrobatics to delight tourists.

The tour is done by boat and becomes an experience without equal, feel the breeze along with the unique landscape of the place. The boats offer several options of tours to tourists can take 90 minute and others longer ones with walks included of 3 hours, with the guarantee that we will enjoy them and see their dolphins and with a little more luck sea lions and the blue-footed boobies, on the longest visits

Safety is very important for which each passenger is given a life jacket, it is recommended to wear a windbreaker and comfortable clothes. The delicious coconuts await you, with which you can cool off from the heat.
Puerto el Morro invites you to live an unforgettable experience and feel its nature together with playful dolphins.

By Vanessa Carrera