Silversea Luxury Cruises À GUAYAQUIL

GUAYAQUIL
GUAYAQUIL
GUAYAQUIL
GUAYAQUIL

This tropical city of more than two million people spreads out along the banks of the chocolate-colored Guayas River, about 12 miles inland from the Gulf of Guayaquil. The river, navigable for the largest of ocean vessels, makes Guayaquil one of the Pacific’s most important and best-protected ports. Approximately 85% of Ecuador’s exports flows through this port and down the Guayas River to the outside world. Guayaquil is a city of industry, oil and sugar refineries, cement mills, breweries, and several other factories concentrated along the crowded riverbanks. View more

For travelers, it is primarily a gateway to the Galapagos Islands as well as to the rest of the country. The city itself offers an interesting history. In July 1822, the two greatest Latin American heroes, Bolivar and San Martin, met for secret negotiations to determine the fate of Guayaquil. As a result, the city was incorporated into Gran Colombia, a union comprised of Venezuela and Colombia. Later, the country was annexed by the Viceroyalty of Peru until the war of independence from Spanish rule started in 1809. Ecuador is only about the size of Colorado, but the country offers remarkable and beautiful contrasts. Many visitors claim it to be their favorite country in South America. Ecuador’s scenic capital, Quito, can be reached via a 45-minute flight from Guayaquil. Lush green hillsides, snow-capped volcano cones and brilliant sunshine combine to make Quito a charming surprise. But it is the Galapagos Islands that rank at the top of most visitors’ itineraries. Called by the Spanish Encantadas, or enchanted isles, this cluster of volcanic islands lies 600 miles off the coast and just south of the equator. Their claim to fame originated with Charles Darwin. It was during his voyage on the HMS Beagle when he made his scientific observations that eventually led to his theory of evolution as outlined in The Origin of Species. In 1959, the centenary of the publication of Darwin’s famous book, the government of Ecuador and the International Darwin Foundation established, with the support of UNESCO, the Charles Darwin Research Station at Academy Bay, one mile from Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island. At the same time, the islands were designated by the government as a National Park in order to protect and preserve the many unique animals and plants found in the Galapagos. In 1979, the United Nations declared the islands a World Heritage Site. Caution: Guests are advised not to carry any valuables ashore and to be mindful of their belongings at all times in the city.

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VANCOUVER À LIMA (Callao)
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    oct. 01 2021
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    27 Jours
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    Silver Cloud
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    déc. 02 2021
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Excursions depuis GUAYAQUIL

Arts & Crafts Of Guayaquil

Discover the local handicrafts and origins of the world-renowned Panama hat during this panoramic, half-day excursion to the traditional neighbourhoods of Guayaquil.


Guayaquil, Las Peñas Neighbourhood, Artists Galleries and Studios

Depart the pier for the refurbished historic areas of Las Peñas and Cerro Santa Ana, which represent the idealized version of a South American hillside village with their brightly-painted homes and cobblestone alleyways. Many well-known local artists live-and-work in this area to take advantage of the quaint atmosphere, beautiful views, and many cafés and restaurants. Upon arrival, take a short stroll through the Las Peñas neighbourhood, and visit the artisan's galleries and studios.


Mercado Artisanal Guayaquil, Free Time, Shopping, Handicrafts, Toquilla Hat Workshop

Next, re-board your coach and head to the colourful and vibrant arts and crafts market, Mercado Artisanal Guayaquil. Upon arrival, some free time is made available to browse the handicrafts available for sale.

Leaving the market, continue on to the Toquilla Hat Workshop. Made of the fibres from the toquilla palm, Toquilla (Panama) hats have been handwoven in Ecuador since 1630. In 1906, Theodore Roosevelt wore one of those hats whilst visiting the construction of the Panama Canal. That photo travelled the world, and, since then, 'Ecuadorian' hats have been called 'Panama' hats. The Panama hat has adorned many famous heads, including those of Ernest Hemmingway, Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, Paul Newman, and Alberto Santos Dumont, and more.


Panama Hat Production, Weaving & Packaging Processes, Free Time, Shopping

Upon arrival at the Toquilla Hat Workshop, take a guided walking tour of the facility. Along the way, observe the production and weaving processes involved in the making of a Panama hat, and how they are shaped, ironed and fitted with a traditional black band. Afterward, see how the hats are rolled and packaged in little balsawood boxes in preparation for sale. Following your tour, some free time is made available to take photos, and, if you wish, purchase a Panama hat directly from the producers. Renowned around the globe, Panama Hats are flexible, can be rolled or folded into a suitcase, and come in many different styles for men, women and children. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.

Cacao Hacienda Experience & Cocoa Liquor Tasting

Observe the production process of chocolate from seed-to-store during this fascinating, half-day excursion and tasting at a cacao plantation.


Guayaquil, Scenic Drive, Hacienda La Victoria

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately one-hour drive to Hacienda La Victoria. Upon arrival, enjoy an interpretative experience at this authentic cacao plantation. Ecuador is home to what many consider to be the best cacao in the world. Until recently, almost all of this stellar crop was exported to Europe and the United States for processing, and labelled as 'Swiss' or 'Belgian' chocolate. A few years ago, however, a few Ecuadorian companies began processing cacao right here, rather than sending all the best beans out of the country. Slowly, this change is giving Ecuadorian chocolate the recognition it deserves.


Guided Plantation Tour, Nursery, Seed-Grafting, Post-Harvest Production

Upon arrival at the Hacienda La Victoria, your guided walking tour of the plantation begins at the nursery with a seed-grafting demonstration. Afterward, discover how to recognize the aroma of fine cocoa, as well as its importance to Ecuador and chocolatiers all over the world. Next, learn about cacao varieties, their flavours, uses, cultural and environmental significance, post-harvest production, and the status of cacao in the world.


Cocoa Liquor Tasting

Following your tour, proceed for a cocoa liquor tasting. This is a technical term for 100% cocoa paste, which is a semi-finished product and not chocolate yet. The tasting of cocoa liquor is a sensory experience that enables you to appreciate the natural flavours of cocoa in their purest forms before becoming chocolate. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.

Cacao Hacienda Tour, Workshop & Lunch

Learn about the production process of chocolate from bean-to-bar during this captivating, full-day cacao plantation excursion with a chocolate workshop and lunch.


Guayaquil, Scenic Drive, Hacienda La Victoria

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately one-hour drive to Hacienda La Victoria for a unique interpretative experience at this authentic cacao plantation. Ecuador is home to what many consider to be the best cacao in the world. Until recently, almost all of this stellar crop was exported to Europe and the United States for processing and labelled as 'Swiss' or 'Belgian' chocolate. A few years ago, however, a few Ecuadorian companies began processing cacao right here, rather than sending all the best beans out of the country. Slowly, this change is giving Ecuadorian chocolate the recognition it deserves.


Guided Plantation Tour, Nursery, Seed-Grafting, Post-Harvest Production

Upon arrival at Hacienda La Victoria, your guided walking tour of the plantation begins with a visit to the nursery for a seed-grafting demonstration. Afterward, discover how to recognize the aroma of fine cocoa, as well as its importance to Ecuador and chocolatiers all over the world. Next, learn about cacao varieties, their flavours, uses, cultural and environmental significance, post-harvest production, and the status of cacao in the world.


Chocolate Workshop, Freshly-Made Chocolate Bar, Lunch

Following your tour, proceed for a chocolate workshop. During the workshop, learn about chocolate from bean-to-bar, along with the steps required to prepare premium chocolate. In addition, explore the history of cacao and interesting cultural data, and receive a freshly-made chocolate bar as a memento of your visit. Following the chocolate workshop, proceed for lunch served at the hacienda. After lunch, re-board your coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.

Equadorian Dinner & Cacao Live Cuisine

Experience the abundant beauty, flavours and Old World charm of Parque Historico during this bespoke, half-day dinner excursion.


Guayaquil, Parque Historico, Park, Historic, Pastel-Coloured Houses, Small Zoo

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately one-hour drive to beautiful Parque Historico, a popular, scenic park surrounded by historic, pastel-coloured houses and featuring a small zoo. The Central Bank of Ecuador built the approximately 20-acre (about eight-hectare) Parque Historico in 1997 on the banks of the Guayas River as a theme park established for educational, cultural, environmental, recreational, and tourism purposes.


About Parque Historico

The park exhibits the history and culture of the old province of Guayaquil that emerged at the end of Colonial times, and the beginning of the Republican life of the country between the 19th and 20th centuries. The old province encompassed almost all of the Ecuadorian coast, including the existing provinces of Los Rios, El Oro and part of Manabi. The site also recreates the architecture, traditions, and urban and rural life of Guayaquil during those times, mixed with a beautiful, natural park filled with lush, diverse vegetation that forms different natural and wildlife areas with their respective flora and fauna.


Casa Julian, Traditional Ecuadorian Dinner, Cacao and Chocolate Dessert Prepared Tableside

Upon arrival at Parque Historico, proceed to your dinner venue, Casa Julian, for a delicious dinner of Ecuadorian fare accompanied by a magnificent view of the pier and Guayas River. After dinner, a special dessert with cacao and chocolate is prepared tableside for your enjoyment. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.

Flavours of Guayaquil

Depart the pier for the approximately 45 minutes drive to the city center to CENTRAL 593, a local restaurant with a very interesting proposal to revive Ecuadorian cuisine with a fun, modern and gourmet touch, here you will be served a variety of local snacks with ingredients such as corn, manioc, plantain, fish, and beef, among others.


Next, after a short drive arrive to a local coffee shop. The tasting experience continue with a visit to a local coffee shop to try one of the Ecuadorian coffee varieties and learn about the production of Coffee in the country. Discover Ecuador and its flavors as never before through this new and amazing sensory coffee experience where you will taste coffees from different origins in the country.


Re-board your coach and commence the short transfer to your final stop, where you will visit a Whisky pub and enjoy a delicious tasting to wrap up the afternoon.


At the end of your visit re-board the coach and depart for the approximately 45minutes drive back to the port.

Historical Park of Guayaquil

Discover the history, wildlife, traditions and lifestyles of Ecuador during this picturesque, half-day excursion to the Historical Park of Guayaquil.


Guayaquil, Historical Park of Guayaquil, Guided Walking Tour

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately one-hour drive to the Historical Park of Guayaquil, a must-see and iconic highlight of any visit to the city. Upon arrival, take a guided walking tour of this thematic park, which has three zones; Wildlife, Historic Traditions and Urban.


Flora & Fauna, Coastal Farming Traditions & Lifestyles, Typical Hacienda, Modern Ecuador Exhibit

Along the way, observe flora and fauna unique to Guayaquil and Ecuador, the traditions and lifestyle of 19th- and 20th-century coastal farmers, a typical hacienda one would have found on the Ecuadorian coast, and an exhibit depicting modern Ecuador. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Car with Driver & Guide (Full Day)

Explore Guayaquil at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Car with Driver & Guide (Half Day)

Explore Guayaquil at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Van with Driver & Guide (Full Day)

Explore Guayaquil at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Van with Driver & Guide (Half Day)

Explore Guayaquil at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Tea with Local Artist: Monica Zurita

Monica Zurita, La Puntilla

Depart the pier for the, approximately one-hour drive to visit the house of Monica Zurita. A local artist who likes sharing her experiences, passion and work with the visitors she has welcomed in her beautiful house, located in La Puntilla, an exclusive residential area of Guayaquil.


In 2009, Mónica, a housewife dedicated to her family, began working with cabochon (cabuya) natural fiber, as a hobby, in a makeshift workshop at her home.


Human silhouettes, horse figures, geometric shapes and elements of nature took shape in the paintings and became her main source of inspiration. Nowadays it is more than a hobby and she has presented her work in different exhibitions in Guayaquil and other areas of the country. Her house itself is the gallery to exhibit her work and show the world her art.


During the visit, Monica will show guests her art collection, pieces she has inherited from family members which are treasured by her. You will explore her workshop and a small gallery where she exhibits the pieces she is working on at the time. She likes sharing her anecdotes and vision of the world so sitting with her for tea and snacks is a highlight of the experience.


After this very enlightening visit, return to your vehicle and commence the approximately 60-minutes drive back to the port and the ship.

Treasures of Guayaquil

Discover the many historic, natural, architectural and cultural treasures of Guayaquil during this panoramic, half-day sightseeing excursion.


Guayaquil, Guayas River, 9 de Octubre Avenue, Bolivar Park, Iguanas, Malecon 2000

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 45-minute drive to Guayaquil. Located on the banks of the Guayas River, Guayaquil is Ecuador's principal harbour and largest city. Upon arrival, your route passes along the architecturally-rich 9 de Octubre Avenue and locally-popular Centennial Park, a green area that honours the heroes of Guayaquil's Independence. Continue on to the unusual Bolivar Park, also known as the 'Park of the Iguanas'. A stop is made here to see the colourful iguanas roaming around the park undisturbed, and perched in the treetops. Afterward, head to the South Market in Malecon 2000, a modern, urban park. Visit the Integration Plaza, Artisans' Market, Union Club and the first fort of Guayaquil, where a statue of Jose Joaquin de Olmedo (the first mayor of Guayaquil) stands in front of the Guayas River.


Civic Plaza, Moorish Tower, City Hall, Rotonda Monument, Municipal Museum, Exhibits, Artefacts

Your drive continues through the Malecon Simon Bolivar to the Civic Plaza. Here, visit the Moorish Tower, City Hall and Rotonda Monument, then re-board your coach and transfer to the Municipal Museum of Guayaquil. Take a guided tour of the museum's well-preserved collection, which is comprised of more than 12,000 pieces. The museum also offers diverse archaeological exhibitions, with about 2,000 artefacts from the pre-Columbian cultures of the coast and sierra. Art collections and objects from the time of colonisation, including paintings, portraits, coins and medallions, among others, are also part of the museum's collection. All of them perfectly distributed among four rooms; Pre-Hispanic, Colonial, Religious Art and Numismatic.


Santa Ana Hill, Las Peñas Neighbourhood

Leaving the museum, re-board your coach and head north to Santa Ana Hill, home to Guayaquil's oldest neighbourhood, the Barrio of Las Peñas. Here, the homes have been beautifully restored with brightly-coloured paints and design details. This visually-stunning neighbourhood is also home to various local artists. Many residents of this area are 'old timers', and happy to engage in conversations about the history of the Barrio, thus offering guests a unique, first-hand insight into the society and customs in Guayaquil in bygone years. At the conclusion of your tour, re-board your coach and commence the approximately 45-minute drive back to the pier.

Walk the Golden Age of Piracy

Drive 45 minutes from the pier to downtown Guayaquil, where you will see sites from the pages of pirate history and visit the places where citizens sheltered themselves from marauders who found Guayaquil to be a tempting target for revelry and robbery.


Continue to the crest of Cerro Santa Ana, a hilltop rising above the charming and recently restored district of Las Peñas, one of the city's oldest neighbourhoods. The area's 16th century cobblestone streets and refurbished buildings, cheerfully painted in bright colours, belie a time when raids by pirates where frequent. The remains of the fortress at the crest of the hill provide an enduring reminder, with the foundations of the citadel, built in 1629, and cannons pointing towards the water appearing forever ready to defend the city.


The stories of pirates and their lasting legend is compellingly told by a local expert on pirate history.


The last stop of the tour is a visit to the Municipal Museum that gives visitors an overview of the city's development and history with a display of archaeological pieces and descriptions of different historic periods and events that Guayaquil has gone through.


Afterwards, return to the ship

Programmes d’excursions à terre depuis GUAYAQUIL

4NT POST-CRUISE: MACHU PICCHU GRANDE EXPLORER

Indulge your senses with the scenic splendor and unique history of Peru. Board the legendary 'Hiram Bingham' for a picturesque train-ride to Machu Picchu. Upon arrival, explore the 'Lost City of the Incas'. Your overnight stay at the famed Sanctuary Lodge allows you to spend additional time at the historic site with fewer tourists.


Please note: Participants in this program should schedule their departure flight from Lima, Peru for departure after 10:00PM.


Please check with your travel professional for details regarding Peruvian visas. It is the responsibility of each guest to obtain appropriate visa documents prior to cruising.


DAY 1 - GUAYAQUIL / LIMA

Disembark your Silversea ship and transfer to the Guayaquil airport. A box lunch is included during your flight to Lima.


Upon arrival in Lima, you are met and transferred from the airport to the beautiful Miraflores Park Hotel, renowned for its location overlooking the Pacific Ocean. After check-in the remainder of the day and evening are at your leisure.


Dinner is on your own account.


Overnight at the Miraflores Park Hotel - Lima, Peru


DAY 2 - LIMA / CUZCO

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel this morning before returning to the airport for the short flight (90 minutes) to Cuzco. Once there, transfer to the hotel. After a quick stop to freshen up, continue on for lunch at a local restaurant.


Enjoy some free time this afternoon.


Overnight at the Monasterio Hotel - Cuzco, Peru


DAY 3 - CUZCO / MACHU PICCHU

A light breakfast is recommended at the hotel this morning. Later, transfer to the train station in the Sacred Valley where the Hiram Bingham train awaits. Your rail journey celebrates the spirit of expedition and perseverance that is the hallmark of the railways of Peru, taking its name from the explorer Hiram Bingham who discovered the 'Lost City of the Incas'.


Brunch is served en route. Upon arrival at the site, commence a guided tour of the marvelous Citadel, then take a stroll through this impressive archaeological site on your own. Explore the famous "Lost City of the Incas" and feel its pulse while visualizing the lives of the priests, craftsmen, and servants who lived in this seemingly incredible site. Excavations have only added to the mystery, revealing the skeletons of 173 people along with artifacts and woolen clothing, though no gold.


Afterward, relax with afternoon tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge, the only hotel located within the very grounds of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary citadel. Dinner is served at the Lodge.


Overnight at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge or alternate hotel if advised (e.g. Sumaq Hotel or Inkaterra Hotel)


DAY 4 - MACHU PICCHU / CUZCO

After an early-morning breakfast at the lodge, depart for an opportunity to witness an incomparable sight (weather permitting); the sun rising over Machu Picchu. Due to the proximity of the hotel to the site, overnight guests have time in the morning to enjoy the citadel with very few other visitors around.


Spend ample time at the ruins this morning exploring on your own. An early lunch is served at the lodge. Then it's time to board the Vistadome train for the return to Cuzco. Upon arrival, return to the Hotel Monasterio. The balance of the day, including dinner, is at your leisure.


Overnight at the Monasterio Hotel - Cuzco, Peru


DAY 5 - CUZCO / LIMA

Breakfast is served at the hotel this morning. Following check-out, begin a city tour of Cuzco and the main sights including the Korikancha Temple, a Dominican church and convent that was built on the foundations of the Korikancha, or palace of gold, the principal Inca religious building, dedicated to the worship of the sun. Continue to the beautiful square surrounded by stone arches and a spectacular arcade constructed during colonial times. Visit the Cathedral, whose construction was begun in 1560 and was consecrated in 1669. This incredible structure exhibits Gothic, Mannerist-Renaissance and Baroque influences.


Your Machu Picchu adventure comes to an end when you arrive at the airport for your homeward-bound flight. Your flight to Lima is scheduled to arrive there at approximately 7:30pm. Please make sure to schedule your onward return flight for departure after 10:00pm.


Program Inclusions:

  • One-night stay at the Miraflores Park Hotel or similar - Lima, Peru
  • Two, one-night stays at the Hotel Monasterio or similar- Cusco, Peru
  • One-night stay at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge Hotel or similar - Machu Picchu, Peru
  • Scheduled, Economy-Class flights: Guayaquil/Lima /Cusco/Lima - upgrades to Business Class are available for an additional cost only on the Guayaquil / Lima portion of this trip.
  • Meals: Breakfast daily; one brunch; three lunches and one dinner
  • Train: Hiram Bingham - Cusco to Machu Picchu; Vistadome - Machu Picchu - Cusco
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Transfers between airports and hotels in air-conditioned vehicles

Flight Details:

Day 1 - Guayaquil / Lima - approximately one hour and 55 minutes

Day 2 - Lima / Cusco - approximately one hour and 30 minutes

Day 5 - Cusco / Lima - approximately one hour and 30 minutes

Flight durations may vary due to changes in flight schedules


Luggage Information:

According to Peruvian law, only the following baggage will be allowed on the trains traveling between Cusco and Machu Picchu (Vistadome, Hiram Bingham, etc.):


1 personal item per person (such as a purse)

1 carry-on per person conforming to the following requirements:

· Maximum 5kg/11lbs

· Maximum 157cm/62 inches combined height, length, width


Luggage is restricted to a maximum of 44 pounds (20 kilograms) for domestic flights in Peru. Weight restrictions are very strict on domestic Peruvian flights; at the time of printing, overweight charges are US $35.40 for overweight luggage/ $70.80 per extra piece of luggage. Guests are responsible for any charges imposed by the airlines for overweight luggage. Please pack a small overnight bag to travel to Machu Picchu on Day 3. The remainder of your luggage will be held at the hotel in Cusco.


Visa Information:

Please check with your travel professional for details regarding Peruvian and Ecuadorian visas. It is the responsibility of each guest to obtain appropriate visa documents prior to cruising.


Accessibility:

The sights visited on this program are not well-equipped for mobility-impaired guests; therefore, this tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair.


Vaccinations:

Consult your physician for information regarding vaccinations or medications that may be appropriate for your state of health.


Please note: Gratuities to guides/drivers, meals and alcoholic drinks other than those noted in itinerary, and other personal expenses are not included in the price of this tour. Silversea Air Programme guests may be provided flights on LAN Peru in order to participate in this program. Flights are subject to availability, and any changes to the carrier will affect the selling price of the program.


All Land Adventures require a minimum number of participants in order to operate as described. If this minimum number is not met, Silversea reserves the right to offer the programme at a different rate based on private arrangements, or to cancel the specific departure. Silversea's published cruise cancellation policy will remain in effect. All Land Adventure fares are subject to change and are not guaranteed until payment is received in full by Silversea. All Land Adventures are non-transferable and non-refundable for any reason, within 90 days of sailing. This description is a general overview of this programme. Our local operator reserves the right to substitute other sites or hotels if local situations, including holidays and weather, require. The programme described in this brochure is provided by independent contractors. Silversea acts solely as ticketing agent. Silversea shall have no obligation or liability of any kind to guests for the business practices, acts or omissions in connection with or arising out of arrangements with independent contractors, including but not limited to airline carriers, ground-tour operators, and hotels since they are neither agents for nor employees of Silversea Cruises. Silversea's liability does not extend beyond the vessel.

Hôtels depuis GUAYAQUIL

GRANDE HOTEL: HOTEL ORO VERDE (CLUB ROOMS)

Hotel Oro Verde (Club Rooms)

Welcome to the Hotel Oro Verde in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where elegant service in a timeless European service is our promise. This full-service, downtown hotel offers the ultimate in sophistication and comfort for business and leisure travelers alike.

The hotel's superb location in the Guayaquil commercial and financial district means you are within walking distance of popular tourist attractions, entertainment and shopping, and cultural and historical sites.

SIMPLY HOTEL: Hotel Oro Verde

Hotel Oro Verde

Hotel Oro Verde Guayaquil was born from a perfect combination of the European hotel experience and authentic Ecuadorian service. For more than 30 years, it has been regarded as an icon of Ecuadorian hospitality. Savor fresh, local cruisine and international specialties at one of the five restaurants and bars or relax in one of the recently refurbished rooms.This full-service, downtown hotel offers the ultimate in sophistication and comfort.

GRANDE HOTEL: HOTEL DEL PARQUE

Hotel Del Parque

Hotel del Parque is a boutique, unforgettable experience of history and elegance. Set in a tropical oasis caught in time, perfectly placed within the affluent Samborondón neighborhood, from where you'll begin your Ecuadorian adventure. The historic 19th century property offers refreshing sophistication. Here you'll find Ecuadorian furnishings in cooling hues, impressive marble bathrooms and full air conditioning.

During your stay, you'll dine on fresh seafood in the refined, waterfront restaurant, or enjoy a massage or beauty treatments in a unique setting within the wood-beamed bell tower of the original restored chapel. Enhance your experience with cultural encounters such as chocolate tasting, coffee roasting and wildlife walks in the stunning tropical grounds.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.