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Bahia de Caraquez, a beach town located a short distance from the Equator in one of the most scenic areas in coastal Ecuador. Bahia de Caraquez combines the remains of an ancient and rich cultural history with the activities of a 20th-century Latin American resort.

Bahia de Caraquez, Manabi, Ecuador

Bahia de Caraquez, Manabi province

Bahia de Caraquez is one of the major Ecuadorian beach resorts. Housed in the Chone estuary lies Bahia, a laid back Pacific resort with a nice river fronted by well sculptured parks on the Alberto Santos Malecon. A small city easy to manage with very well preserved and clean beaches.

Several hotels are located around the ferry close to San Vicente and others along the beach. Bahia de Caraquez, or simply Bahia as Ecuadorians call it, is a resort town that was developed largely due to to the fact that a former Ecuadorian president liked to vacation there. Although a clean and friendly city, there is not much for the beachgoer to see or do here.

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