Isla Santay, Guayaquil

4.2
#3 of 12 in Parks in Guayaquil
Isla Santay sits connected to the city via an 840 m (2,755 ft) pedestrian bridge. The wetland island is a protected area, renowned for its biodiversity and conservation efforts. Explore the island by bike or on foot, passing through the small village where the island’s population of about 210 lives. You can stroll along the wooden boardwalk that crosses the island lengthwise, meet the crocodile community at the village, birdwatch, or experience the scenic green trail. Our Guayaquil trip maker site makes visiting Isla Santay and other Guayaquil attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I booked a bike to tour of Isla Santay, the bikes were a little rustic and out of maintenance but made for much easier getting around than by foot.  more »
  • Alright i had a great time here, you can rent a bike or just walk between the nature.. the experience is nice alone or in group i was alone and it is safe but you need repellent that i recommend. the....  more »
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  • Nice place, beatiful bridge over Guayas River. Walk or rent a bicycle. Pay $2 and come back on boat ride. Entrance is free.
  • It is a very quiet place and sure good that I remember again my thanks for your attention and collaboration was waiting for the arrival again last Tuesday the date of the day that good me I find very interesting
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