Hotel Las Arenas de Mancora

Address: Antigua Carretera Panamericana Norte Km 1213, Mancora, 073, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Antigua Carretera Panamericana Norte Km 1213, Mancora, is near Las Pocitas Beach, Cordillera Blanca, Main Gate, and Alpamayo.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Las Arenas de Mancora

Reviewed by jrubina

Fantastic Boutique resort by the baech

Reviewed Jul 13, 2015
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Today we rest!

A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 13, 2015

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Today we start relaxing at the resort. Early start at 8am and off to breakfast by the beach. It is a fantastic day. Perfect , clear blue sky and sunny (it rain last night and we were a little worried). Not much plan other than read our books and lie by the pool. We took a long walk along the beach for an hour or so and then jump in the pool. A …

A bit of resort time

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Sep 04, 2014

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... compared to Cruz del Sur etc) bus but in the end we just wanted to buy a ticket and be committed to leaving. Ticket purchased, we made it back to the hostel just in time to join a long queue of people checking out.

With a few hours to kill before our bus Max and I ventured up to the Mirrador, a lookout point where a lighthouse stood. No one really knew at the hostel how to getthere so we went off exploring, and after climbing up quite step and rocky terrain ...

Máncora, Peru- Day 1

A travel blog entry by shannonandthai on Jul 27, 2014

Arrived around 3am on Sunday after nightlong comfortable bus from Montañita. Ate amazing ceviche. Peru is much more poor than Ecuador. There are hundreds of "cabs" to take you around the city for $2, and are basically chariots attached to motorcycles. Had fantastic piña coladas while listening to a crusty gypsy Peruvian guy swooning all the ladies while he sang and played guitar. Fun night but had to go home early because we were completely exhausted. Traveler's diarrhea ...

Up the coast of Peru

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on May 10, 2014

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... centre on the way for some well needed sugar with coke and Oreos and then back on the bikes. Had slightly underestimated this. Cycling uphill is one thing but when you are cycling uphill in a DESERT and you cannot see an end to the miles of sand, and there are no people AT ALL and then you see a VULTURE you realise you are in the middle of nowhere and you better start peddling because you don't want to be out there when the sun goes down. Apart from the vulture we ...

We've turned veggie........for a few days!

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Feb 25, 2014

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... be retaken by the sand should the sweeping stop. We found a great restaurant, glancing at the name we scanned the menu and took a seat, the waitress hoovered nearby and under his breath John exclaimed disparagingly, "Is this a vegi place? There's no meat on the menu!" We hadn't looked at the restaurants' name hard enough, 'Angela's Vegetarian Restaurant'. Even though it was a vegetarian restaurant we ate there for our whole stay, it's owned by ...

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