Manabi province in the center of the Ecuadorian coast has a climate that ranges from dry subtropical to tropical wet and an average temperature of 25 C. Politically is distributed in 22 cantons, each with something different to offer tourists own nationals and foreigners. The province has 18893.7 km2 accounting for 7.36% of national territory and its population of 1,185,025 inhabitants. corresponds to 9.8% of all of Ecuador and the length of its coastline from Ayampe Cojimies to reach the 354 km and its average width to the eastern boundary with Los Rios, Guayas and Pichincha is about 80 km distance in straight line from the limits to the south Esmeraldas Guayas is 250 km from the transport air in there regarding an international airport: Manta Eloy Alfaro and two domestic Tamarindos Portoviejo Reales and Los Perales in San Vicente. In water transport exists in Peripa Daule reservoirs, Poza Honda and La Esperanza and rivers and Cojimies Daule and between San Vicente and Caraquez Bay. Passenger vehicles account for 11 890.
Within interprovincial transport vehicles of passengers is important the existing fleet with over 500 units in Chone, Portoviejo, Jipijapa, Pajan and El Carmen. Furthermore, in almost all cantons there intercantonal transportation cooperatives, with an estimate of about 600 units. Several cooperatives met with direct routes inter Esmeraldas, Quito, Guayaquil, Ambato and Quevedo, allowing a steady flow of visitors to and from these places. International shipping is centered in the port of Manta also provides cabotage along the Ecuadorian coast, mainly wood, fuel and fishing.