No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Ecoturismo Kuyima San Ignacio
Travel Blogs from San Ignacio
Hola señor. So punta abrejos has kinda delivered the goods today. We woke early and surfed for about 2 hours, ditching the idea of moving further south. The surf was fun, very ticky wave but got bunch fun ones which is nice. Kevin has a buddy here that we met and he kindly invited us all back to his casa for lunch, and boy did we get spoilt. His madre made us fish, spaghetti with tortas. It was so nice. We all ate like it was the last supper. I had the privilege ...
Hi there. Well today was fun, any day where you drink your first beer at 930am is setting you up for a good day. Shawn and I surfed twice, pretty ****** but good to get wet. We also surfed twice, first one highly successful the second time we had little bit of success. I caught a small fish that we are actually cooking up right meow. We also managed to snag an eel which we are also cooking up but are very sceptical about it tasting good. The water is cold here, which sucks but it's ...
We woke up at 6:00 am to gear up for our whale watching trip and we were at the breakfast table by 7:15. Breakfast was homemade delicious! It consisted of freshly squeezed orange juice, coffee, hash browns, eggs, toast and sausage. Now when I say homemade I really mean it. The loaf of bread was baked in the morning; the sausage and Canadian bacon were also done at home. Jerry or Gerry? Was one of our hosts at San Ignacio Springs a B&B run by the nicest Canadians ...
Journeyed another 250km+ north to San Ignacio ready for the arduous dirt road trip to the lagoon the next day for three days grey whale watching. Omens are good from speaking to others; San Ignacio doesn’t have the most greys but it does have the friendliest. Hopefully we’ll manage a trip to a ...
Pachico was the first human to be chosen by the whales for friendly contact. Out fishing one day, a huge whale swam towards his boat and to his astonishment came close enough to look him on the eye. The whale persisted, swimming around the boat and rearing its head until eventually Pachico reached out and touched it before it vanished into the depths. Today that friendly contact has spread among both whales and humans, generating what must rank ...