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A very good to observe the city of Guayaquil from the top of Cerro Santa Ana.
To get to the top you need to climb up the mountain passing the nice neighborhood and get to the top.
On the way you can find restaurants and...More
The Faro seems to be the ultimate tourist experience. I chose to stay on a landing just below the lighthouse but my husband ventured up there. He said there were beautiful views over the area. There are stairs, loads of them, leading up to the...More
Went here as a couple and loved it. Hike up the stair of Las Penas to get to the lighthouse and the quant churhc. The view of the city is beautiful, especially a dusk when you can see the lights of the city. We ate...More
If you have trouble climbing steps or walking this isn't the place to go but if you can manage 500 steps and they are numbered then it is well worth the climb. 360 view of the city from the light house and it is spectacular.
I was only there for one night and knew that I had to see the view from the top. Yes, it is a hike, but a short and safe one. There were many guards hanging out while the tourists climbed the stairs. But once you...More
This is a great old lighthouse to visit and is one of the smallest ones I’ve ever been in. Once you’ve climbed the 444 steps up the hill it’s another 50+ steps inside the lighthouse to reach the observation deck. The steps are very small...More
El Faro is atop a hill in the older part of the city. This is an interesting glimpse of Guayaquil, giving you a chance to blend with locals and tourists alike. Also a small chapel at this peak. It was a great day to tour.
The steps leading up to the Lighthouse are numbered - (I won't mention how many!!) but if an unfit person like me can reach the top, so can you :-). The view of Guayacil from atop was worth it. You can climb up the Lighthouse...More