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How to get it

For get it you can take plan antill Manta or Portoviejo and from here taking bus:

From Manta:

Manglaralto
Manglaralto
Shedule :

every 30 minutes



 

Manta-Jipijapa
Transporte Manta-Jipijapa
Shedule:

every 30 minutes



 

From Portoviejo:

Reales Tamarindos
Reales Tamarindos
Shedule :
05:00
09:00
11:00



 

From Guayaquil:

Transporte Jipijapa
Transporte Jipijapa
Shedule:
7:15
09:45
13:15
15:45
11:00



 

From Quito

Carlos Alberto Aray
Carlos Alberto Aray
Shedule:
9:30
20:00
11:00
Telephones :
+593 52300178
+593 91958320



 

Reina del Camino
Reina de Camino
Shedule :
North office Calle 18 de septiembre y Manuel Larrea esq.
9:00
20:00
Bus Terminal:
9:30
20:45
Teléfonos :
+593 52300207
+593 52572673



 

Taxi moto...
 
For your comodity you can find taxi motos and rent car service, from 5.00 antill 23.00 every day.
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