Difference between revisions of "Coastal Lowlands (Ecuador)"
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Coastal Lowlands is a region in Ecuador.
Ecuador has miles and miles of beaches along its 2000+ km coastline. A large number of them are virtually uninhabited, even those with population density are pretty under-developed. Ecuador beachfront property is among the cheapest in South America, and there are many great investment opportunities, as the Correa administration continues to pump money into the road infrastructure in the coastal region. Accurate data about what is at each beach, is fragmented on the web. One decent resource where you can find detailed information, good photos and maps for all the beaches of Ecuador is here Travel guide for the Ecuador coastal region