How to get to CoCo Bongo
Arrive to the Quito Airport(UIO) you will want to take a taxi or bus to Terminal Terrestre Quitumbe.
Terminal Terrestre de Quitumbe
From Terminal Terrestre de Quitumbe you will want to take a bus to Bahia de Caraquez. It’s about 5 1/2 – 6 1/2 hours beautiful bus trip down the Andes. At this moment the only direct bus is Reina del Camino. When you arrive in Bahia de Caraquez, just take a short 10 minute taxi ride to CoCo Bongo. All taxis know where we are.
The Terminal Terrestre de Guayaquil is a bus terminal in Guayaquil, located on Avenida Benjamín Rosales and Avenida de Las Américas, between the José Joaquín de Olmedo Airport and the Río Daule Metrovía Terminal, its main building is called “Edificio Dr. Jaime Roldós Aguilera”. It currently offers interprovincial and international routes through 88 cooperatives that reach almost all of Ecuador.
From Terminal Terrestre de Guayaquil you will want to take a bus to Bahia de Caraquez. It’s about 6-7 hours bus trip that will take you through towns of Jipijapa and Portoviejo . At this moment the only direct bus is Reina del Camino. When you arrive in Bahia de Caraquez, just take a short 10 minute taxi ride to CoCo Bongo. All taxis know where we are.
The Terrestrial Terminal of Manta, It is called “Luis Valdiviezo Morán” located in front of the citadel El Palmar new modern construction where the 95 years of cantonization of Manta are commemorated. The 28 cooperatives that operate there, plus the eight that provide services with their own terminals in various parts of the city, 5 minutes from the Eloy Alfaro Delgado airport. With an approximate investment of $22 million, the new land terminal in Manta.
It’s about a 2 hour trip to Bahia, there are a couple direct buses, the one we recommend is Tusístico Manabí. You can also catch a taxi for around $40 or we can arrange a private driver to pick you up for the same price.