Inti Sisa

Address: Vargas Torres y Garcia Moreno, Riobamba, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vargas Torres y Garcia Moreno, Riobamba, is near Silver Island (Isla de la Plata), Pro Bici, and Lakes of Ozogoche (Lagunas de Ozogoche).
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    Travel Blogs from Riobamba

    Landslides and closed roads

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... valley. There is a roadsign to Baños and the road is an excellent bitumen. But that road gets smaller and smaller and finally ends in unclear paths into something that looks like a quarry of pitchblack sand. It gets dark and we decide to go back 40 KM to Riobamba. We don't want to be lost here when it starts raining again. Tomorrow at daylight we will take another look. Back in Riobamba we find a nice hotel behind a wall and a steel gate. Clean and fresh. We ...

    Volcanos and Eruptions

    A travel blog entry by north2south on Jun 29, 2015

    8 photos

    ... eventually find its resting place in our hair, eyes, ears and lungs. However, battling with dust was worth seeing the extreme nature of Riobamba's Chimburazo Volcano. Francis, our tour guide, said we brought good energy because the peak was visible, clear of cloud coverage. On the peak were glaciers! A barren isolation creeped into Chimburazo's foothills making you almost think the place was interstellar. Even the wild pack of Llama's ...

    Jungle Boogie!!

    A travel blog entry by liamanduna on May 13, 2015

    7 comments, 116 photos

    ... of the Amazon Rainforest. The 4 days that ensued will never be forgotten and has made us hungry to go back for more in the future. On the way too our lodge we saw a wide variety of animals including all types of birds, different varieties of monkeys and baby anaconda that was about 5m long! After getting sorted at the lodge we headed back out on the boat and went swimming at sunset in the nearby Amazon lake. Once darkness fell we hopped back in the boat, ...

    Waterfall biking and ziplining

    A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Mar 27, 2015

    24 photos

    ... map, so a few times i backtracked thinking i missed the turn offs into the hills, but they were all along the main road (safe one that i never found). The view was amazing, from across the gorge massive mountains shot up and as high as you could see, with clouds at the tips. I had to bike through one tunnel and then i went through a second by accident (which was muddy and long with few lights).

    I saw one waterfall after ...

    Banos to Cuenca

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 20, 2015

    ... something. (More on this later.)

    He has a degree in Geography with possibly a minor in Environmental Science. He had an internship in Spain for a year (hence the Spanish) and would have stayed had the Spanish economy not tanked during the 2008 – 9 financial meltdown. He returned to Britain and took a job determining the most suitable location for a wind farm off the coast of south? England. He very well described a process which took 4.5 years to ...