Hostel Sereia do Mar

Av. Jabaquara 33, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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Paraty (3)

A travel blog entry by alanchapman


The weather forecast had been correct and the day was dry, sunny and warm.
At 11.00, we left the harbour on a galleon for a boat trip to the islands and beaches in the bay around Paraty. A group from Tucan Travel were on the same boat.
The scenery was great with a coastline of sandy beaches and islands and the forested mountains as …

Paraty (2)

A travel blog entry by alanchapman


Overnight drizzle had led to light rain in the morning; the first time my tent had got wet except for dampness from the ground. Stayed cloudy all day with light rain occasionally.
Postponed boat trip until tomorrow when the forecast was much better.
Strained another back muscle when moving around in the tent. Took a few weeks to clear up.< …

Feb 05, 2013

A travel blog entry by nomadmic

Great boat party with 4 trucks-worth of Drago peeps.. 'One for the road' at 10.30am Copious amounts of Caipirinhas, (naked) jumping off the boat. Poetry recital for Fryer who has so drunk he doesn't remember, hilarious horse and cart ride back to the hostal! And Stopping for a 'road drink' literally at the side of the road with Bex, Jess and Stiff! late night swim in the bay

Life´s a beach

A travel blog entry by cokercabana


The journey from Iguazu to Rio was a long one, 22 hours by bus, and as soon as I got to Rio I jumped on another bus for 4.5 hours to a place called Paraty. I had good reason, there is a massive festival called Rock In Rio happening during my final days in Brazil which had pushed the hostel prices to 3 times their usual rates, added to that Rio is a …

Pristine beaches, rainforest and cobblestones

A travel blog entry by dhruve_anjli


Endlessly charming and strikingly picturesque, Paraty is one of Brazil's most cinematic destinations. Although full of tourists, it's still very authentic, with cobblestones so uneven, we were nursing sore calves at the end of each day! It's been declared a UNESCO world heritage site, so the cobbled stoned streets of whitewashed houses and …

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Sereia do Mar Paraty

    Reviewed by alanchapman

    Hostel Sereia do Mar

    Reviewed Aug 12, 2013
    by (21 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Private en suite room was fine. Much better than the dorms. Good pizza restaurant. Breakfast OK. WiFi and a terminal. Good location across the road from Jabaquara beach. 15 minute walk into town.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Sereia do Mar Paraty

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent