Albergue El Nagual

Bulevar Santa Teresa y Bulevar La Coronilla, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Punta del Diablo

Punta del diablo

A travel blog entry by andresturner

Our friends Aoife and Luis, whom we had met originally in La Paz, Bolivia, were still in touch, and had recommended Punta del Diablo to us. We had also heard of this place from others, and sure enough, even our Lonely Planet guidebook had a section on it. It was on...Not only did Aoife and Luis speak highly of it, but put us in contact with Andrea, who had some cabins for rent in the area...We called her, and she was booked up for the days ...

We found the surf!

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... feature was a network of water features with wooden paths built over them. The final building was also shut no suprise as we were yet to see any other people in the whole park! However it led us to a bird watching hide where we enjoyed watching many birds fly around a lake. Yet again the nature was beautiful.

We cycled back via la playa grande which lived up to its name and was a massive beach. We spent some tome ...

Where the Beach Meets the Forest

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... In any case, I've never felt unwelcome here. During the week, people usually keep to themselves. But on the weekends, especially sunny ones, it's common for people to greet one another with a hearty buenas or hola.

When I first got to Punta del Diablo, I joined Jason for weekly yoga classes hosted by the owner of our cabana, Sara, a 30-something English woman who moved here years ago with her Uruguayan husband, Leo. Sara is a ...

Kicking back in Punta del Diablo

A travel blog entry by winsherlocks


After our awesome time at Kurumbe we headed to Punta del Diablo which is a little beach town 30 mins bus ride south from La Coronilla. We booked in to a really spacious hostel with a swimming pool. The weather was very changeable and we had quite a bit of rain early on but this did not stop us getting a swim in the sea (warmest water on the trip so far but strong currents) and Alex and Jodi spending hours in the pool. It took ...

Punta del Diablo...Un Paradiso

A travel blog entry by phartney


... Needless to say, I struggled much of the time to communicate and understand what others were saying, ESPECIALLY Bernardo. Most likely because I was under stress when he was giving me commands in the kitchen, etc. So, he was not afraid to let his frustration out on me, frequently calling me names in Spanish, including his favorite one, BOLUDO! But Bernardo is one of those guys that will express himself in those ways sometimes, ...


This hostel, located on Bulevar Santa Teresa y Bulevar La Coronilla, Punta del Diablo, is near Painted buildings.
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