Address: Playa las Pocitas, 300 metros Sur Muelle, Mancora, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Playa las Pocitas, 300 metros Sur Muelle, Mancora, is near Las Pocitas Beach, Cordillera Blanca, Main Gate, and Alpamayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Mancora

    Mancora Day 2

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 19, 2015

    Sleep in day after a big day yesterday. Most of the group rose close to midday and it was a day of rest and relaxing on the beach. We found out the hard way that the tides come in very close to the hotel gate. I left for a couple of minutes and came back to find some of our stuff covered in wet sand. Another local restaurant for dinner. Not being a seafood person options do seem quite limited. Opted for chook again. An early night had by ...

    The Go-Slow

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... being more likely to die on the way to the airport rather than on the plane was replaying in my head throughout the whole white-knuckle ride. Rather than avoid other vehicles the driver favoured mashing the horn until they moved, always at the last possible second, in a sort of high speed game of chicken. With a reggaeton soundtrack. I reckon I was happier to get out of that car alive than I was to be going to the Galápagos, and I was insanely happy to be going to the ...

    Made it to Peru

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... fishing.

    Ian had heard about the phenomenon that is Inca Cola. Peru and Scotland are the two countries in the world where there is a soft drink that outsells Coca Cola. Guess what - Inca Cola is IRN BRU, it's just that the Inca people used a different food colouring but it smells and tastes like the amber nectar. Ian drank 5 litres of it that first day -grinning like a child that hiccups and burps.

    So we had some beach action ...


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 15, 2015

    ... walk to the action, even further if you go via the road. There are plenty of tuk tuks around though, and are like parasites. Saying no to a ride is hardly the end of the matter as they go on to offer marijuana, cocaine etc.

    Considering the town has been built up so much, as the number 1 beach resort (and I should simply skip the other beaches that dot the coast) in Peru I am unimpressed. Very toruisty (Peruvians also flock here apparently) it, including the beach is ...

    A bit of resort time

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Sep 04, 2014

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    ... But at 3:45 we pulled up on the main strip in Mancora and I jumped off. There I was surrounded by a couple of mototaxis with one guy really in my face stating $1 to Loki, my hostel. I didn't mind too much as I had a $1 coin, but afterwards I realise why he was so in my face. Putting my bag on the back of the mototaxi and getting in, we pulled out from behind the bus, drove maybe 10 meters past the bus and pulled up outside Loki. It would have been maybe a 45 second ...