the monkey's path
Pacoche forest, right on the way though the route Spondylus, you will be able to witness the diversity of Manabí, going through a coastal road we find a protected area called Pacoche forest; 13.500 hectares are home for the howler monkey and the second smallest frog in the world.
During December and May is when the rainy season comes; so there is a possibility that you will be able to walk half of the trail because of the mod in the other part of the path.
Pacoche, has a medium grade of difficulty
1mile or 1 hour and 30 minutes walk
35% of the path is uneven, and requires to wear running shoes; no recommended to people with walking problems.
Fee per group $20 is not included, and given directly to the ranger a the forest.
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2 pacoche lodge
This is a new alternative for those who would like to take a visit to this complex completely friendly to nature has its own restaurant and hotel; in this location you will be able to try the delicious Ecuadorian cuisine, hike through its path and be able to see howler monkeys, birds; also you will witness a demonstration of how we weave the Montecristi hats, Tagua carving, and how they make the delicious Tonga, at the end of this tour you will enjoy a plantain cheese ball and a natural juice.
The prices can vary depending on the number of people.
Estimate cover per person $15 in a group of 15.