...where the raw jungle beauty of Ecuador's north coast meets the tropical beaches of your dreams.
Only recently "discovered" by travelers, the tiny fishing & surfing village of Mompiche still retains a hefty dose of its roots: lush, friendly, laid back, and infused with a palpable afro-ecuadorian vibe.
Lush tropical jungle fringes the beach of the tranquil fishing village of Mompiche. Nature abounds here and offers nonstop gifts for those willing to slow down long enough to notice!
A mind-boggling range of unique & adventurous activities is available in Mompiche. We're happy to help you set things up.
Posada Hibisco is for travelers who want to watch the fishermen from their terrace and wave to surfers as they finish their coffee. Posada Hibisco strikes the balance of being right on the best and longest stretch of beach in Mompiche, and also within a 5 minutes walk of all the restaurants and shops in the Mompiche Village. You don't have to choose between closeness to nature, or being in town and all of its variety & entertainment.
The cottage at Posada Hibisco is the comfortable, large house closest to the boats and surfers of Mompiche Beach. Several rooms of the house have ocean-front views, and others have a calmer vibe to them, facing the garden. Complete with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a beautiful open-aired kitchen, the cottage is available to rent entirely (up to 10 guests) or by the rooms. Click to view the Mazunte Apartment, the Jambi Room, the Maumere Suite and the Riau Room.
Located behind the Cottage are Posada Hibisco's collection of Cabañas and Bungalows. With their tropical construction and private nature, these bungalows are great for small families, couples or solo travelers looking for 3 things: to be steps away from the best beach in Esmeraldas, to be in the middle of Mompiche's township, and to have their own quiet, private home to spend a quiet siesta. Check out the Holbox Cabaña, the Sayulita Cabaña, and the Sulawesi Bungalow (coming soon)!
at the end of village's infamous malécon, in front of the infamous Mompiche beach,
right next to the colorful rows of fishing boats. Look for the green wall and jungle mural!