Muisne Ecuador

Muisne Ecuador is a small village set on an Island with an extensive beach that attracts people from all over the world.


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The beach of Muisne with its soft sand has become one of the best attractions in Ecuador.

It is located 30 minutes south of Atacames beach in the Esmeraldas Province.

You will have to take a short 5 minute journey in canoe to get to this Island from mainland Ecuador, but because of its fairly isolated location, it is virtually untouched by the throngs of tourists that visit the more popular beaches in Esmeraldas.

There are some mangroves remaining in the area, and this is one of the few places where mangroves are still protected.

The narrow channel between the mainland and the eastern side of the island is crossed mainly by small motor boats for passengers and by barges for cars and small trucks.

Muisne Ecuador has a population of about 7,000 and there's also a small shrimp and banana production.

Muisne beach is like a lost paradise with long stretches of sunset perfect beaches.

Barefooted locals pedal the few tourists across the Island in rickety bicycle taxis, from the tiny town where the ferries dock to the small selection of oceanfront hotels offering basic budget-level accommodations.

Tonsupa Beach

It is located on the south west of Esmeraldas. It is a mixture of agricultural landscapes and the majesty of its extensive beaches.

Tonsupa has big and comfortable hotels and tourist complexes, apartments, cabins, hotels, inns, and resorts of good quality.

If you seek to enjoy calm beaches and the sunny days, then this is the place.

Tonsupa has beautiful waves and clean sand. You can eat many all kinds of seafood at the local restaurants.

Tonsupa is also a great spot for snorkeling, since it possesses a beautiful submarine landscape.

Same Beach

It is a quiet beach resort about 6km southwest of Sua beach. Same is slightly more expensive than Atacames.

The attractive gray-sand beach is palm fringed and very clean.

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You will be impressed by Ecuador's pristine beaches. Although right on the equator, the Humboldt current keeps temperatures in the F70s and F80s throughout most of the year.

Days are great to rest and swim. Nights however, dance clubs and loud music will usually rock even the most isolated beaches in Ecuador.

Muisne Ecuador suits its end-of-the-road locale and makes a perfect destination if you want to get away from it all.

Recommended Reading

Ecuador & Galapagos (Insight Guides)

Ecuador & Galapagos (Insight Guides)
With 250 photos and tons of great information, this is an essential addition to your pre-Ecuador and -Galapagos reading! There are better guides if you are only interested in the islands, but for a combination trip taking in Ecuador as well, it's hard to beat.

Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands

Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands
Small enough to fit into your pocket, yet containing comprehensive information and pictures of all the species you will encounter in the islands, this book is a must-have for nature lovers. Let's face it, Galapagos is largely about the wildlife. This book will NOT disappoint, and you'll have a great memento of your time with the seals, penguins and tortoises!

Galapagos: The Islands That Changed the World

Galapagos: The Islands That Changed the World
Definitely NOT a tourist's guide, but if you're like me, and find the history and geography of the islands irresistible, then this is a title you ought to invest in. Stunningly illustrated, and painstakingly researched, those of you who have been there will be enchanted again -- and those of you who have not will begin planning your trip!

Moon Spotlight Galapagos Islands

Moon Spotlight Galapagos Islands
If you're a seasoned Galapagos regular, then you will probably prefer something weightier. But for first-timers looking for simple, down-to-earth advice on where to go, what to see and the best shopping and eating on the islands, this is the book for you. Small, well-priced, and reliable!

Galapagos: Islands Born of Fire

Galapagos: Islands Born of Fire
The 10th anniversary edition of this photographer's tour of the Galapagos Islands is a stunning book, worthy of anybody's coffee table. This is a perfect post-trip talking point -- a great way to remember what you've seen, and spread the word amongst your envious friends!

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