Cheap Flights to Manta

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How much do things cost in Manta?
Taxi 1hour Waiting USD 7.00
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre USD 750.00
Eggs (12) USD 1.85
Gasoline (1 liter) USD 0.39
Apples (1kg) USD 1.65
Cinema, international release, 1 seat USD 4.60
1 Pair of Jeans USD 70.00
Mid-range restaurant USD 26.00
* All price are converted to USD

About Manta

Cheap flights to Manta are an excellent purchase, if you fancy a trip to Ecuador's fifth largest city, and one of Ecuador's largest port cities. The local export here is mostly fish, and Manta itself is a city of about 200,000. If you enjoy a taste of Ecuador's seafaring society, and a chance to explore one of its largest cities, then Manta may be your destination of choice. The markets here are very popular excursion places, and the city also has a few beaches and museums to enjoy and explore also. Purchase airline tickets to Manta, and enjoy all that the city of Manta has to offer.

Marketplaces are a popular tourist activity, with the highlight of goods here being local pottery and painted pottery, hand woven blankets, bags, sweaters, scarves, and items made of Alpaca wool. Another popular trinket to purchase here is the tagua nut also called 'vegetable ivory.' It's a cool looking nut which can be easily carved, with beautiful hand carvings. It's a cheap and fun souvenir to purchase, and Panama hats are the favorite hats in Ecuador, with handmade Panama hats a popular market good. The other things that make for the best deals in the Manta markets are cacao and Ecuadorian chocolate-which is extremely delicious. With cheap flights to Manta you can explore the market scene and purchase local made goods at affordable prices.

Cheap tickets to Manta will let you check out the Museo del Banco Central, which is the city's most important museum. It's an excellent place to view pre-Colombian art, from Ecuador's native Manta tribe. It's also got numerous exhibits dedicated to the seven tribes which lived in this area of Ecuador from 4200 BC to 1530 AD, including the Valdivia, Machlilla, Chorrera, Guangala, Bahia, Jama-Coaque and Manteno-Huancavilca. There are also exhibits about the Jama-Coaque cacao shamans, who used the cacao as part of a hallucinogenic drug and their huge huts in which they resided. There are also exhibits which show native Valdivian red and grey pottery. All in all, it makes for an excellent museum to visit, and when you order flights to Manta, should be considered as a top travel destination.

Did you know that Manta is also a fun place to visit the beach? With cheap flights to Manta, you can, and Playa El Murcielago is a place where you can go, sit on a beach chair (or rent a chair and umbrella) and enjoy a day at the beach. The beach also has a variety of snack bars, so if you forgot to pack a lunch or want to enjoy something to eat or drink on the beach, you can. The water is pleasant to dip in and take a short swim in, and is pleasantly warm. There is lot of kite sailing on this beach as well, so bring or buy a kite on the beach. Next to the beach are a variety of market stalls to purchase crafts, as well as restaurants and cafes to eat in and explore. There are also a number of people playing sports here, such as soccer, and it's generally just a fun place to shop, hang out and eat at. Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Manta, as well as hotels in Manta, so that you can explore its beachfront, museums or market places. No matter if you're interested in just taking a look at the local handicrafts, or just want to see what the standard street cuisine is, you can do all of that here on a dime. It's a relatively inexpensive country, and a great place to go if you're looking to stretch your dollar on your next vacation.

Information about travelling to Manta

  • Average rain for this month in Manta
    60.7 mm
  • Minimum temperature during the year in Manta
    10 °C
  • Average temperature for this month in Manta
    28 °C

Airports near Manta

Jose Joaquin De Olmedo (Guayaquil)