Bungalows La Buena Vida Surf & Stay Ecuador

Ecuador: Guayas and Manabi

New and beautiful beachfront surf camp where virgin jungle meets tropical waters

Amenities & Activities

Spa

Relax - It’s time to live the good life in Ayampe, which means pampering yourself during your visit.

Mist Spa at the Bungalows La Buena Vida provides a private, peaceful area where you can restore the harmony and balance back into your life. Our services ensure that your mind, body, and spirit are carefully nourished during this tranquil experience. Mist Spa offers Deep tissue, Stress Relief massages which is heaven for your sore body after a long day of adventure. And for the ladies that love to show off their beachy toes what better way then having a revitalizing colorful manicure and pedicure in Paradise!!

 

See Ayampe rocks, literally

This part of the Ecuadorian coastline has outstanding landscapes and an undisturbed tranquility. Ayampe is known for the infamous rock formation “Los Ahorcados,” which hosts some of the most beautiful sunsets in the Pacific Ocean. Ayampe's biodiversity is heaven for those searching for serenity and rest.

 

No surf? No problem

Not a surfer? Don’t worry. The Baja Manabi region and Ayampe have many other wonderful activities that will keep you busy all day long. Whether it is bird watching, whale watching (June to September), riding horses along the beach and mountains above, hiking through the trails, scuba diving, enjoying a yoga class, or tasting the local cuisine, Bungalows La Buena Vida can help you plan the perfect trip.

 

Burn some rubber (tread) in Ayampe

The Baja Manabi region has numerous roads, trails, and mountains for all levels and types of bicyclists. Bungalows La Buena Vida is located on the famous Ruta Del Spondylus, which follows along the gorgeous coast of Ecuador. Cross-Country bikers can expect to see some breathtaking views of the ocean, jungle, and wildlife off of this route. While, mountain bikers will enjoy the untouched mountain trails that wind through the scenic jungles and mountains of the Baja Manabi region.