Guayaquil Port Shuttles
GYE airport transfers
A beautiful resort city along the western shores of Ecuador, Guayaquil offers an authentic South American escape idyllic for feeling the dramatic year-round warmth only found through temperatures along the equator. The Guayaquil Cruise Terminal is located on the far south side of town, at the very end of Avenue 25 de Julio. Also known as Puerto Marítimo de Guayaquil, the tourist arrival point is home to a mostly industrial backdrop. A few bus routes are located along Avenue 25 de Julio, while an array of small boat transfers can be found along the shores of Puerto Guayaquil. Avoid getting lost by booking a reliable transfer ahead of time, exploring hidden beaches with private transfer options like sedans, vans and SUVs, or enjoying meet-and-greet services for the ultimate convenience, arriving downtown's vibrant waterfront shops and several historic parks via local personal drivers who know the quickest route, or go the slow route with a chauffeured limousine in search of select elegance.
A diverse port-side metropolis renown for its vivid islands and close access to isolated natural wonders, Guayaquil is the place to be. A helpful building called Guayaquil Terminal is located further inland toward downtown’s Benitqo Juarez street; this building is home to clean facilities like restaurants and restrooms, as well as ATMs and patio views of the city. Organize the day here, enjoying casual help from a tourist information center as well as close access to various waterfront landmarks. Another good day to organize the day is the tremendously popular Malecón 2000, a vast waterfront hub of local shopping, restaurants and idyllic paths that lead toward the large Torre Morisca’s ornamental clock tower lookouts, not to mention the famous line of monuments facing the water at La Rotunda. Consider park-hopping afterward, choosing between the early 20th-century commemorations at Centenario Park, local iguana communities at Seminario Park (or ‘Park of the Iguanas’), and isolated benches at Forest Park’s paddle boat lakes, more iguanas and constant festivities that altogether offer a little bit of everything.