Be ready at your Guayaquil hotel at 8am to be picked up for your day of dolphin watching in Puerto El Morro, a rural parish known for its extensive mangroves, bird life, and bottlenose dolphins, called bufeos in Spanish.
The weather is quite sunny regularly during the months of December to April, so sunscreen is essential. During these months, temperatures are quite warm, with an average of 28°C. From May to November, temperatures are a bit cooler with an average of 26ºC.
Its Flora; Among his most significant wildlife is carob, cullulle, Muyu, acacia, cascol, plum, rattan, kapok, pitajaya raft among others. Some places are carob plants and Algarrobito.
Wildlife; You can find a variety of birds such as: gulls, herons, pelicans, albatrosses, mockingbirds, etc. At certain times they reach the coast variety of species such as sea lions, blue-footed boobies including a variety of whales. The bottlenose dolphins, locally called dolphins, living in the vicinity of Puerto El Morro and Posorja.
Attractions: You can go in tourist boats escorted by dolphins that are found in nature and unique wildlife in the world that can not miss to watch.