The Guayas river, fed by melted snow from the top of one of the highest volcanoes in the world — Chimborazo (Chimborazo Spanish), is unique. Twice a day, depending on the tides in the Pacific ocean, in the region of its mouth (Gulf of Guayaquil) the river changes direction, turning their water back. This occurs when ocean tidal wave enters the river bed. A huge mass of heavy salt water pushes the water of the rivers, turning its flow back. However, it takes several hours, and normal flow is restored. The mouth of the river the place it flows into the Gulf of Guayaquil, constitutes the unique biological system. This lighter region with dense vegetation of red and black mangroves, Royal palms, and various endemic plants. Mangroves cover more than 160,000 hectares, making them the largest in South America. An ecosystem formed of Guayaquil saliva and Delta of the Guayas river extends from North to South-230 km, covers two countries and assets home to many PTI, crocodiles, a Jaguar, an ocelot, predatory fish such as white sea bass (corvina), Pacific white snook, mangrove grouper (pargo), and many others.
PROGRAM A FISHING TOUR
• Arrival at the Guayaquil airport “Jose Joaquin de Olmedo”.
• Meeting, transfer to the hotel. Double occupancy.
• Breakfast at the hotel. or on the boat.
• 5:00 transfer to the boat ( 26 ft center console and a small toilet)
• Full-day fishing in the Delta (lunch on the boat, soft drinks)
• Return at 16.00. Transfer to the hotel
• Night in Hotel Oro Verde 5 Star, 2 double rooms
• Dinners at your leisure (not included)
• Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport. Departure
In Guayaquil, the climate is tropical, hot and humid all year round, with slight fluctuations of the monthly average temperature: 20°C in August to 34°C in December. The rainiest period is in January — February.
The best time to visit: from may to December is dry and warm.
How to get there
The most convenient flights to Guayaquil from Kiev with one stopover in Amsterdam. Cost about$1,500.
Fishing in the Delta is good all year round, but you have to plan your trip focusing on the phases of the moon. Its influence in this place much as anywhere else. Ecuadorians distinguish two phases of the moon "quiebra" and "aguaje". Quiebra is the phase of the moon, occurring about twice a month, when the strength and pull of the moon decreases. At this time, the water is cleaner and the fish easier to notice the bait.
Best time from may to December