The Salango community has deep ancestral roots that represent about 5000 years of History and Culture.
Salango its people
Salango is located on the shores of the Pacific, in southern Manabi Province, in the buffer zone of the Machalilla National Park. The community seeks to consolidate its development process with the promotion of one of the main features the community-based ecotourism, taking advantage of the natural and cultural resource that are related to the ancient heritage of those who settled in this sector.
Amongst its natural attractions is the island of Salango, home to beautiful species of seabirds like blue-footed boobies, frigates, pelicans among others; just off the island’s pristine beach is the marine sanctuary, a site with schools of tropical fish and coral reefs, ideal for diving.
In the heart of the community is the Research Center and Museum Salango CIMS that protects and exhibits in its original place an archaeological collection of 245 pieces of cultural heritage that represent over 4500 years before the conquest. The center possesses laboratories and collections of archaeological, fauna, fish, and mollusks for studies and investigations. Part of the center includes the hacienda house that functions as a historic museum that recounts the last 100 years of Salango’s history.
The museum grounds function as an educational center for deepening the understanding of the area’s cultural and marine resources. Programs are provided for children and adults of different educational levels.
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Phone: (593) 05-2589-304
Mobile: 09 - 8557 - 8096
Location: 6 km. southwest of the Canton Puerto Lopez, Manabi Province, Ecuador, South America.
In the spondylus route.
...this is the Commune Salango, Ecotourism, Culture and History.