Ecuador’s Most Unusual Part #1: San Lorenzo de Manabí

Ecuador is a magical, wondrous place that’s full of unusual plants, animals, culture and scenery.

Every place we visit in Ecuador has something (or many things) that make it unique, quirky, strange, and a fun place to visit. So we’re going to start featuring those unusual things in our videos.

San Lorenzo has been on our “must see” list for a very long time, so it seems only fitting that it’s first in our Ecuador’s Most Unusual Series. From a macabre mural to otherworldly rock formations to a unique lighthouse at the top of several hundred stairs, this quaint little Ecuador beach town did NOT disappoint!

Here are the links we mentioned in the video:
Exploring one of Ecuador’s most famous places!

Epic Adventure FINALLY Checked Off the Bucket List! (Isla de la Plata & the Blue-Footed Boobies)

Watch Our Video About San Lorenzo de Manabí, Ecuador

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