Find your favorite beach activity in Ecuador.

Ecuador’s beaches are packed with fun activities for all ages. Depending on the beach you visit, you can find family-friendly activities such as:

  • Whale watching
  • Boat rides
  • Snorkeling

But if you prefer adrenaline-pumping activities, on Ecuador’s beaches you can also find:”

  • Paragliding
  • Scuba diving
  • Kitesurfing
  • Surfing

If you’re looking for activities for kids at the beach or for a couple, you can always choose to relax in a paradisiacal setting and simply reconnect with yourself and the nature of Ecuador’s beaches.

Discover the activity that best suits your preferences.


Activities at Sea

Discover many options of activities to enjoy the sea and the beaches of Ecuador.

Whale Watching

Available during the humpback whale season from June to September.

Diving and Snorkelling

Activities available both on the beaches of Ecuador and in the Galapagos Islands.

Kayak in Galápagos

Travel through the interior of the beautiful Galapagos Islands in a different and entertaining way.


Activities on the Beach

If you want to keep your feet in the sand and enjoy an interesting activity on the beach, these are your options


Surfing is an activity that has become very popular in Ecuador, discover the best spots here.


Fall in love with incredible landscapes from the magical skies above the beaches of Manabí.

Relaxing on the seafront

Relax at a hotel or small beach with great ocean views or a festive atmosphere.


Activities to do around the beaches

Here you will find activities for leisure or relaxation that can be practiced very close to the beaches or in the coastal region of Ecuador.


Reconnect with yourself in a yoga class in a natural setting near the Ecuadorian rainforest.

Hiking and Bird Watching

Observe the flora and fauna of the coastal forests through outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking.

Ceviche en el restaurant The Fish House by Fausto Acosta

Cooking class

Learn the secrets of Ecuador's coastal gastronomy from the locals.