Montanita Ecuador Surfers town!

You will find a large stretch of beach that will make any beach comer happy tip to toe, it has eight miles of wonderful sandy beach just waiting to be explored. If you want to play in those waves, you will find the best options, this is based on experts advice.

Montanita’s beach has a gradual sloping sandy bottom that lets you walk out over 100 yards before being up to your chest in water and no riptide. Grab your boogie board, surf board or just romp in the waves.

Spanish saying: en el mar la vida es mas sabrosa!

Meaning: by the ocean, life is wonderful!

Along these southern coastal beaches the best weather is from mid-December through May here.  This time of the year is also local’s high beach season, since you get must sunny days and temps between 75 and 85.

Water temperature is also great, you could spend over 4 hour in the water with no wet suit.

For the rest of the year from the end of May till November you have more overcast days, my personal experience is that you hardly see the sun, there is no rain, just cloudy, damp and windy and lower temperatures.

After living in Canada, I could not complain of overcast weather, my best option at that time of the year, it is to go to Playas de Villamil that is an hour drive from Guayaquil, and I get sunshine all year round whit one of the best climates in the planet.

Which it is great about Ecuador is the option to travel from the city to the beach and back to the highland in a couple of hour driving time…. Remember there are no severe weather patterns for the coast of Ecuador!

 

SUNSET by the beach of ECUADOR – Ruta del Sol, Coastal Ecuador

( Feb. 2013)

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About Lina Landivar

Ecuador News & Travel, Inside scope, property listings, key ready packs, plus free services, proven honest local references, and how to avoid getting “overcharge” while in Ecuador.

Posted on June 7, 2013, in Ecuador your new spot to live or retire, Personal Experience while in Ecuador and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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