Guayaquil (Ecuador)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
South America - Galapagos

Coordinates
-2.17169 S, -79.88116 W

  Port Map

Guayaquil is Ecuador's biggest port, and also the country's biggest city. Malecon 2000, a tree lined waterfront complex, features gardens, playgrounds, restaurants, shops, fountains, a museum, photo and art galleries. Adjacent is the magnificent Club de la Union, Moorish clock tower, Government Palace and the imposing Palacio Municipal. The old district of Las Penas is a reminder of the old colonial city with narrow cobbled streets, brightly painted wooden houses and a 16th-century church. In Parque Centenario there is a monument which commemorates the Guayaquil Conference of 1822 between South American statesmen Jose de San Martín and Simón Bolívar.

The Ecological Reserve of Manglares Churute and Cerro Blanco Forest Reserve are situated outside the city, where visitors can take canoes into the mangroves to see wildlife. 19th century Guayaquil is recreated by Parque Historico. From there travelers can also visit the capital, Quito and Cuenca.

The Guayas province is named after the Puna Indian chief Guayas who fought bravely against the Incas and the Spanish. Guayaquil, the capital of the province, is named after the Chief, Guayas, and his wife, Quill, whom he's said to have killed before drowning himself, rather than letting her to be captured by Spanish conquistadors. Guayaquil was founded twice - in 1535 by Sebastian de Benalcazar and in 1537 by Francisco de Orellana.


Highlights: Malecon 2000, Las Penas, Ecological Reserve, Quito, Cuenca

The Guayaquil cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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Port Guayaquil cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Guayaquil, Ecuador. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

  1. January, 2017
Day Ships in port
Sunday
1 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 01 Jan - departing at 01 Jan)
Monday
2 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (departing at 02 Jan)
Sunday
8 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour II(departing at 08 Jan)
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 08 Jan)
Monday
9 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 09 Jan)
Sunday
15 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour II(arriving at 15 Jan)
Monday
16 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 16 Jan)
Tuesday
17 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (departing at 17 Jan)
Sunday
22 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour II(arriving at 22 Jan)
Artania(arriving at 08:00 - departing at 18:00)
Monday
23 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 23 Jan)
Sunday
29 January, 2017
MV Evolution(departing at 29 Jan)
National Geographic Endeavour II(arriving at 29 Jan)
Monday
30 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 30 Jan)
Tuesday
31 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (departing at 31 Jan)
Seven Seas Mariner(arriving at 10:00 - departing at 19:00)
Saturday
7 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour(arriving at 07 Jan - departing at 07 Jan)
Tuesday
24 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 24 Jan)
Thursday
26 January, 2017
Crystal Serenity(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 23:00)