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Traveling to Ecuador Coastal Areas

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We are traveling to Ecuador in May and would like to explore the coastal areas. We are flying into Guayaquil. Would like to explore Salinas, Puerto Lopez, Mantanita, Bahia, Playas, Crucitas and Manta. What would be the fastest and safest method of transporation? Would prefer to not take the bus (too slow)?. Should we consider taking a taxi, rent a car or????
Not sure if we will make it to all these places but we know we want to start in Salinas and make our way up the coast. Any suggestions or feedback would be appreciated!

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