Ecuador is located in the northern part of Latin America, the Pacific Ocean washes its shores. Guayaquil is located on the right bank of the Guayas River and borders the west by the Salado Estuary and the hills Blue and White. On the south by the estuary of the Puntilla de Guayaquil that reaches the island of Puna.
Guayaquil is a very complete as it can perform different types of activities, besides being the nearest point of departure for the Galapagos Islands. Surface
The area of the city of Guayaquil is 32.440 hectares, but only 18,000 of them are occupied by the city and other settlements. The rest is green cord mangroves and tropical dry forest hills surrounding the city.
Guayaquil is located on the Guayas River Basin, a vast area of the Ecuadorian coast washed by the river of the same name and its network of tributaries. The two most important, the Daule and Babahoyo come together in a large flow discharging into the Gulf of Guayaquil, and this is considered the main geographical feature in the Pacific slope with a .000 average of 30'000 m3 of water. In addition, surrounded by arms of the sea.
Guayaquil is recommended to bring comfortable clothing, mosquito repellent, especially in the rainy months: January, February, March and April.
total: 344.5 km²
land: 316.42 km²
water: 28.08 km²
Tropical along coast, becoming cooler inland at higher elevations; tropical in Amazonian jungle lowlands
The investment is concentrated in 68% in five sectors: agriculture, fisheries, manufacturing, commerce and construction, according to data from Central, being the manufacturing, specifically, the most important value-added generated 1.2 billion dollars.
The city is home to 39% of the 1000 largest companies in Ecuador. Of this group of companies, Guayaquil companies represent 35% of assets, 37% equity and 39% of revenues. Likewise, the total sales of Guayaquil companies represent 36% of this group.