Muisne River

The Muisne River is a river of Ecuador that enters the Pacific Ocean in the Esmeraldas Province.

Muisne River
Muisne River is located in Ecuador
Muisne River
Mouth location in Ecuador
Native nameRio Muisne  (Spanish)
Location
CountryEcuador
Physical characteristics
Mouth 
 • coordinates
0°37′42″N 80°02′31″W / 0.628220°N 80.041822°W / 0.628220; -80.041822Coordinates: 0°37′42″N 80°02′31″W / 0.628220°N 80.041822°W / 0.628220; -80.041822

The Muisne River is the main river in Cojimíes sub-region of the Manabí mangroves ecoregion. It discharges 22 cubic metres per second (780 cu ft/s) into the Pacific.[1] The low-keyed Muisne resort is in the northern part of the Ensenada de Mompiche, on a 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) sand bar among the mangroves of the Muisne River estuary. It may be reached by ferry across the Muisne River from the small town of El Relleno.[2]

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  • Carrera, Paola U.; Jiménez, Pilar G.; Viteri, Xavier, Northern South America: Coastal Ecuador, WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature, retrieved 2016-06-19
  • "Muisne", Rough Guides, retrieved 2017-06-26